He’s the head official in Galtür and runs one of the most interesting museums in the Alps: the Alpinarium. In our Trisanna portrait, he speaks about family, art and working with so few staff that the museum director sometimes has to play caretaker, too. Click on the title for the full interview.
These pictures show what Galtür once looked like. We’ve already reported here on the history of the village, but we can’t get enough of these photos – have a look for yourself.
Zegg and Cerlati Ischgl present the beautiful, colourful jewellery collection of Tamara Comolli. “Our philosophy is to design pieces of jewellery which are timeless and versatile.”
This is a place with a long history. The St. Nicholas chapel in Ischgl was first mentioned as long ago as 1443. Today, the parish church is not only a magnificent feature of Ischgl’s skyline, it’s also a magnificent place of peace in the middle of the bustle of skiing and parties. Trisanna tells its story. And shows you some wonderful pictures.
Comfort up the mountain, and sport on the way down the slopes. That’s how skiing works for most people. An awkward question: what about people who suffer from a fear of heights?
For a long time, bicycles and snow have gone together as badly as hot chocolate and sunsets. But since the arrival of the fat bike, you can go out on the mountain on two wheels even in winter – mostly downhill, though.
He drives his snow groomer over the steepest slopes of the Silvretta Arena. And in his free time, he takes sensitive photos of the nature he loves.
From the 1894 book of legends by Professor Christian Hauser.
Zegg and Cerlati Ischgl present the Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar. IWC Schaffhausen has returned to a round case for the Da Vinci collection, which was so successfully established by the Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar in 1985.
The avalanche risk level in Paznaun has just been classified as “very high”. A good moment to remember how dangerous avalanches are and what we can do to avoid that danger – at least in part.
Accidents happen time and again in the snow. Even if you get off lightly, it can take hours until help arrives. But least you can’t die of thirst there, can you?
He runs the Neue Mittelschule middle school in Kappl. Most of Paznaun’s children pass through his hands on their way to further education. Andreas Juen likes going skiing in Kappl, eats cheese noodles, and reveals […]
He is 31, has lived in Ischgl for twelve years, and has been awarded two chef’s hats by Gault Millau (equivalent to Michelin stars). Andreas Spitzer loves Austrian cooking in general and Kaspressknödel (Tyrolean cheese […]
Puzzling shapes are appearing on the slopes of Ischgl: Formen in Weiss (Shapes in white). And puzzle is the right word. Trisanna asks: what exactly are we looking at here?
The photo shows where the Ischgl pedestrian zone today leads into the Silverettaplatz square, in the direction of Galtür. The photographer was probably positioned on the first floor of the “Wippespension” Silvretta guesthouse, where the manager of the Heidelberger Hut, Eugen Zangerl, ran a restaurant on the ground floor. What year was it?
23 100 skiing and snowboarding accidents took place in 2017, according to statistics from the Austrian Road Safety Board. Alpine skiing is in second place in the list of sports injuries. First place goes undisputedly to football, with 49 600 accidents. What’s happening – and why?
Stiff fingers and frozen toes are some of the more unpleasant side effects of winter. But it really isn’t so difficult to keep your hands and feet warm. Five tips to make you more comfortable.
Postcards are from the Stone Age, of course. Why write postcards when you’ve got a mobile in your pocket and can send the latest photos from anywhere? We asked artist Alexandra Klobouk to draw a […]