TRISANNA talks to chef of the century Eckart Witzigmann, patron of the “Culinary Way of St James,” about simple food, regional cuisine and the impact of good ideas on curious chefs.
Here at Trisanna, we very much enjoy writing about good food. Particularly if it’s served in unusual places. A brief overview of what’s in Trisanna’s pantry before the “Culinary Way of St James”, a food pilgrimage hike, gets underway next weekend.
Why humour is healthy – and what it’s got do to with a couple of very special days in Paznaun.
From June 30 to July 2, the first Women’s Summer Festival will take place in Paznaun. This weekend is all about leisure time, sport and relaxation for active women. Here are our four reasons why […]
A real cable railway thriller in Paznaun. In the summer of 1962, work began on building the Silvretta cable railway. The site was found, the valley and mountain stations were built. Then the cable was delivered. The problem was, it was too heavy. Far too heavy. Then something amazing happened.
For centuries, life in the Alps was extremely harsh and difficult. Yet the mountains with their impressive, rugged silhouettes have become a place of longing for many people. What happened? Why do we find so beautiful today what we dreaded so much yesterday?
It’s beautiful. Special. And 133 years old. These pictures let you see the Trisanna Bridge with the eyes of someone who doesn’t yet take the technical achievement for granted.
If you toil up the mountain on your bike, you’ll be rewarded in Paznaun with an enormous panoramic view. This attracts many mountain bikers. Six rules to make the very best of being together on the mountain.
They are beautiful, practical and elegant. Maps from Marmotamaps cover all the ski resorts in the Alps – and look wonderful, too. And Marmota will soon be working exclusively with Trisanna!
The cable railway doesn’t go up the mountain all by itself, of course. On the last day when the Silvretta Arena lifts are operating, the Silvretta cable railway staff bid you farewell. Bye! – Pfiat […]
TRISANNA regularly meets up with people who live in Paznaun. And who give the landscape its face. Today: Alois Ladner. Photos by Philipp Horak
The weekend is just round the corner, the last weekend of the winter season. Here at Trisanna we’re happy to raise a glass to toast with you. With gentian schnapps from Galtür, of course. You can listen in here to what it’s all about.
When Zucchero makes a guest appearance on the Idalp on Sunday, it will be hot. Italian pop music has a very special effect on us, after all. Trisanna presents twelve of the best Italian hits, in preparation for the open air concert in Ischgl.
TRISANNA regularly meets up with people who live in Paznaun. And who give the landscape its face. Today: Gertrud Ganahl. Photos by Philipp Horak.
In the avalanche winter of 1999, Othmar Zangerl came to a decision: he resolved to become a mountain rescuer. This means rescue missions which can last late into the night and be dangerous for him, too – but above all, it means helping people in need.
TRISANNA puts a very familiar object under the magnifying glass. Well, actually under the macro lens. What do you see? Click and be amazed!
TRISANNA regularly meets up with people who live in Paznaun. And who give the landscape its face. Today: Sissi Jehle. Photos by Philipp Horak.
It is a story of style, passion and self-belief; but above all, it is the story of a woman. The story of I for icon, I for inspiration, I for IMPERIALE. Blessed with a majestic charisma, the modern empress needs no regal attributes to express her captivating personality. Her timeless jewellery, an elegant reflection of her femininity, perfectly accentuates her charm and generosity.