Every great holiday week has to come to an end. To make your farewells a bit easier and remind you again of all the great moments you’ve enjoyed, we’ve put together the perfect playlist for your journey home.
Thomas Kleinheinz is 37 years old and responsible for marketing and proposal development at the Silvrettaseilbahn AG cableway company. The best part of his job, however, is soaring to new heights – with his drone. A conversation about nature and goosebumps.
An occasional series discussing the big questions of skiing – questions with only yes or no answers. Today: is it ok for a couple to wear the same skiing gear?
On days like this in particular, avalanche backpacks with air bag systems are an investment in your own safety. We’ve taken a look at what’s around on the market right now.
The skiing holiday: a time of harmony, family, togetherness and total relaxation. But sometimes it’s impossible to avoid an argument – about the right slope, the lunch break or the yeast dumplings. We asked Professor Trisanna the best way to steer through the difficulties.
If you were just on mineral water yesterday, off you go, out into the mountains, the slopes are sure to be emptier now! But if you saw the old year off in style, here are a couple of tricks to get you skiing today all the same.
Today the Trisanna photo editor shows you how to write a message in the sky with Light Painting – and which apps you need for it. So you can send your friends and followers another little farewell message at the end of the year. (Or of course a “Welcome to 2019” as well)
There are many sophisticated cocktails which taste pretty amazing. But they’re really special when they’re smoking and flaming, too. One of the best barkeepers in Ischgl lights up a drink for Trisanna each Sunday in advent. Today, to conclude the series: Brown Derby.
Arthur Hörmer is 45 and runs the local authority security service in Ischgl. Whilst the tourists are enjoying themselves at night, he and his team are making sure that everyone behaves properly. He explains to Trisanna why broad shoulders are a great help, but not the most important part of the job.
This is where we take an occasional look at the big moral questions in the daily life of a skier. Such as how should we react to people who just yank open the cablecar window even though it’s really cold and snowing?
Emil Zangerl, 85, is the face of Paznaun’s smuggling past. For decades he smuggled goods from Switzerland into the valley. On skis, too, and mostly when it was very dark. He tells Trisanna some of his best stories. Today: how it all began.
Want to feel like Marcel Hirscher for once and fly down the slope under the floodlights? Today would be your chance to do so: with See’s traditional nighttime skiing.
Paznaun is a really bloodthirsty part of the world – at least, Paznaun as it appears in local legends. Even at Christmas. Episode 2: the legend of a gift which almost tore a family apart at Christmas.
The festival of joy and of the family – this is why most people (at least those who don’t work in tourism) celebrate Christmas at home in their own four walls. That’s a mistake. We have five good reasons why Christmas is best celebrated in a hotel.
There are many sophisticated cocktails which taste pretty amazing. But they’re really special when they’re smoking and flaming, too. One of the best barkeepers in Ischgl lights up a drink for Trisanna each Sunday in advent. Today: Tropic Thunder.
Ski instructor and guide Sandro Kleinhans is 26 and comes from Ischgl. Moving away from here was never on the cards for him. Because he’s where he likes to be more than anywhere else – and that also means up in the mountains. A conversation about feeling good – on skis and in the town.
When the first snow falls, the advent markets open and there are fairy lights are hanging everywhere, Christmas isn’t far away. Photographer Ronald Lorenz captures Paznaun’s loveliest moods. We asked him what he looks for most of all in his pictures.
Children ask questions – and we have the answers. This time: why is it warmer inside igloos than outside, and how can you tell the difference between a fir tree and a spruce tree (note: this is particularly important at Christmas)?
“Don’t be a drudge, take a sledge.” And it’s true, there aren’t many things which are more fun than tobogganing. But which sledge should it be? Our friends at the “Sueddeutschen Zeitung” (SZ) newspaper ran a test recently – with the following result:
An occasional series discussing the big questions of skiing – questions with only yes or no answers. Today: skiing with a rucksack?