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.
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!
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.
If we don’t want to freeze in the mountains, we have to wrap up warm. For this we need smart textiles, multiple layers of clothes and, at home, well-insulated walls. It’s interesting- and quite surprising – to see how the animals of the Alps manage.
A couple of kilometres behind Ischgl, and it’s a completely different world. The Galtür ski area is big, full of character – and has enthusiastic fans. Views of the majestic mountain world included (and gondolas […]
What’s falling from the sky in thick flakes is more than just a special form of water. No two snowflakes are completely identical – and every single one is uniquely beautiful. Trisanna shows you some impressive images.
If you post photos of your Ischgl holiday on Instagram, you will probably do so from here. No other image is as popular as the signpost on the Pardatschgrat. We can understand why. Holiday greetings to the whole world should look spectacular, after all. Carry on snapping! We’ll put up the best posts from today, and in the future, on Trisanna.
The height of weather in Ischgl. A short chronicle of the whims of the weather in Paznaun down the centuries.
So you think you know Ischgl? Find out just how much you still have to learn. Click here to be cleverer within a minute!
Art in the snow. The artist Simon Beck tramps through the snowy landscape to produce wonderful patterns. See for yourself!