Trisanna photographer Philipp Horak is in the Silvretta Arena ski area, a day before the season opens. The mountain landscape is white, beautiful – and unusually empty, waiting for visitors. Click here to see the […]
It’s an iconic Paznaun mountain peak, that much is clear. Just click to find out if you’ve recognised it frin this lovely image from Marmota.
Trisanna brings you ten things we’re sure you didn’t know about the German pop music queen.
A thought experiment: what would happen if from one day to the next there were no more cable car lifts in Paznaun? The results of this investigation are quite surprising.
The new construction of the Trisanna Bridge in 1964 was a pioneering technical achievement. TRISANNA shows you how it happened – in video form.
Lara comes from a sporty family. She was already on skis at two years old. At first she was trained by her father, and competed in many Alpine skiing races before she switched to free skiing at the age of ten.
The device in the picture above shows an interesting achievement of modern times: a webcam. Webcams are weatherproof cameras which take pictures at short intervals and make them accessible via a website.
For a long time, farmers in Paznaun had a rigid concept of when certain activities had to be carried out on certain days. Now it’s time for “Galli” – and Trisanna knows what that means.
Nothing would happen cheese-wise without him: the hotelier from Wirl, Herman Huber, has helped create the good reputation of Paznaun’s mountain cheese. These nine photos celebrate the man and his cheese on the day of the 23rd Mountain Cheese Olympics in Galtür. Photos by Daniel Zangerl.
The Mountain Cheese Olympics take place next week in Galtür. For the 23rd time, producers and consumers come together to taste and award prizes to the best mountain cheese of the year.
Maritta Jungmann knows Paznaun like the inside of her pocket. And in that pocket she always carries a camera. Maritta’s pictures give a wonderful impression of the area, its moods, its beauty and all the […]
She loves the colours of autumn, enjoys the peace and serenity after the season, and has the same favourite motif in summer and in winter. Trisanna meets the painter with a passion, Heidrun Rudigier.
Accidents happen on the mountain just as much as in the valley. The biggest hiking or mountain-climbing mistakes can be avoided, however, with a simple but surprising trick.
Anyone who has ever celebrated anything in Paznaun knows these three men and their friendly smiles. Their names are Norbert, Werner and Gottlieb, and together they are “Paznaunerklang”, the band for any occasion. The three Paznaun locals sing their greatest hit for Trisanna: “Im Paznaun gibt’s koan Zaun” (“There’s no fence in Paznaun). Just click and enjoy.
Bilberry season. Trisanna doesn’t just know all the secrets of bilberries, we also have four recipes from the best chefs in Paznaun. Classic, clever, with a real feeling for how to bring out the best of the blue berry.
We love the bilberry, as it’s called in Paznaun, although it has many other names: European blueberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) if you want its name in High German, whortleberry, hurtleberry, wimberry, wild berry or huckleberry. No other berry has as many names, and no other is probably so beloved. Trisanna has six good reasons why.
Jo finished his training as an internist in Zams in 1986. He worked there as a senior doctor until the beginning of 1999. In the same year, he set up his own practice in Imst, which he ran until he retired in the year 2015.
Katharina Parth founded the Hotel Yscla, and strongly believed in tourism in Ischgl. The story of a businesswoman who lacked neither obstinacy nor humour.
It’s 121 years old and wears its age with dignity. The view from the Ascher Hut is astounding and the paths up to the peaks of the Samnaun range are amongst the most beautiful you can take from here. Part 5 of Trisanna’s series on the mountain huts of Paznaun.