An occasional series discussing the big questions of skiing – questions with only yes or no answers. Today: skiing with a rucksack?
DJ Ötzi is a star, and everyone knows his hits like “Anton aus Tirol” or “Ein Stern”. His concerts are usually sold out – and today the singer is guesting in Kappl. Here are five things you never knew about DJ Ötzi.
Do kids get hangovers? If they do, then Frank und seine Freunde will definitely get rid of them today. Ahead of his interactive concert in Galtür, we asked Germany’s favourite children’s musician a couple of questions.
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 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.
After the slopes is before the slopes, and on our skiing holiday, we like to spend the time in between in the hotel. You can listen to music there, too. But what? This playlist, for example, which sets us up perfectly for the evening.
Every great holiday week has to come to an end. To make your farewells a bit easier and remind you again of all the great moments you’ve enjoyed, we’ve put together the perfect playlist for your journey home.
Want to feel like Marcel Hirscher for once and fly down the slope under the floodlights? Today would be your chance to do so: with See’s traditional nighttime skiing.
We don’t want to argue about the point or pointlessness of the selfie phenomenon – we have nothing really to add to the debate. But what we can do is give you a couple of tips on how to take the perfect selfie.
So, have you all been good? Hopefully you have, because this evening at the 17th Ischgl Krampuslauf procession, the Krampus are out and about and up to mischief once more. But who is actually behind those masks and costumes which scare us so much? Christian Jäger, 25, ski instructor, for one.