In real life he’s called Simon Horn, but anyone under the age of 10 knows him by a different name: HerrH (Mr H) is a star of “Neue Deutsche Kindermusik” children’s music. This evening he’s playing in Kappl. Trisanna had a few questions for him.
At the Nordic World Ski Championships in Seefeld, the team competition is happening on the long hill today. The ski jumping takes place on the Berg Isel in Innsbruck. We think that the competition could easily have been held on the Idalp, too. After all, great jumping goes on in the fun park there – every single day.
Daniel Tschoder is 45 years old, grew up in Mathon and flies visitors and locals over the mountains of Paznaun with his paraglider. He tells Trisanna how you can become addicted to heights – and what makes his homeland so special. Especially up in the air.
The Austrian dialect is sometimes not that easy to understand. For non-Austrians, of course, but also for Austrians themselves. Trisanna explains five expressions which you really need to know – and which you mostly only hear on the mountain.
Skiing is a competitive battle, there’s no denying it. It should be fun, but all the same, you always have at least one eye on other people. The positions they’re skiing in, if they’re just as fast as you, and what are they wearing? Trisanna knows when you’re with the cool guys and when, sadly, you’re not.
The basic equipment for a skiing holiday also includes a smart phone. You can use it as a tracker, a weather warning device or a booking portal. Three of our favourite apps here at Trisanna.
Yes, places change over the years. Trisanna’s photo editor has dug out old pictures and then photographed the same places for you again, several years later. Today: the centre of Galtür.
Children ask questions – and we have the answers. This time: why do we get blue lips when it’s cold, and why are trees felled in the winter?
For many visitors, Sunday is traditionally the start of the skiing week. Based on the first letter of your name, Trisanna can tell what your first day will be like.
Helmut Lunner is 53, works as an event manager at the Paznaun tourism association in Ischgl, and lives in Galtür. He’s the man responsible for bringing the really big stars to Paznaun. Originally from Carinthia, he explains to Trisanna how you grow into a job, and what makes an event a good event.
Paznaun is an historical region, full of wild stories about clever people, forward-looking deeds, figures of good and evil – and the devil is never very far away. At least not in the legends. Today, a hunter shoots a chamois and has a serious problem as a result.
This is where we take a look at the big moral questions in the daily life of a skier. For example: can I wear joggers to dinner if the hotel specifies “evening wear” but 1) it’s a very nice tracksuit and 2) I wear it at home every evening anyway?
515 expertly-prepared hectares of slopes are waiting to be skied down in Ischgl. That sounds pretty impressive, but how big is that really? We’ve made a few comparisons.
Whether you’re skiing with friends or with the family, souvenir photos are always important. Here’s a couple of quick tips to make your group photos really perfect.
They’re our best friends, so we really don’t like leaving them at home. But winter holidays with a dog are not so easy. At least not when you want both humans and animals to have a good time. We’ve put together 5 tips for you.
Sabrina Popp is 38, but when you ask her, she says she’s 40 – rounded up. Originally from Germany, she has spent the past 11 winter seasons in Ischgl; in summer, she travels around the world. She tells Trisanna why she lives her life the way she does – and why she’s so attached to Paznaun all the same.
The Alpine Ski World Championships is a time for experts. And on Austrian TV channel ORF in particular, they use expressions which normal people can’t understand. But Trisanna is here to help: we’ve asked Ischgl experts to explain sports journalist German to us. Today: what, then, is an aggressive snow?
At every Skiing World Championships, the TirolBerg is the meeting place for sportspeople, officials and VIPs – and this year in Åre is no different. Ischgl is traditionally one of the hosts. We spoke with Andreas Steibl, director of the tourism association, to find out more on the purpose of the event.