Tessa Mellinger

Immer auf der Suche nach den besten Geschichten, schönsten Fotomotiven und köstlichstem Kaiserschmarrn ist Tessa am liebsten in den Bergen unterwegs. Mit Tourenski oder auf der Langlauf-Loipe, mit dem Mountainbike oder Rennrad, kletternd in der Vertikalen oder einfach mal zu Fuß trifft man sie im Gebirge, im Tal oder auf der Alm.

Winter

Long-distance hiking in the snow: Welcome to the White Carpet!

When your shoes crunch softly over the snow with every step, your breath glistens white in the air, the trees bend gently under the weight of the snow and you can already smell the delicious food on the Alm from afar – then you experience a ...
Winter

The devil in person: Krampus Festival in Seefeld

Soon it’s time again: The Krampus Day iscoming closer and you can already hear the eerie ringing of the bells of the “Krampus” and devils in the distance. What causes one to shiver and sweat, makes the other feel happy. Daniel (Danny) White is one ...
Kitchen,Summer,Winter

Really excellent: Blessing of awards for the restaurants of the Olympiaregion Seefeld

The new gourmet guide “Gault & Millau 2020” has been published and brings a real award blessing for our region. The best restaurants in Austria have been ennobled and 5 restaurants in the Olympiaregion received a total of 12 toques (stars). The restaurant Le Treize ...
Winter

The most beautiful time of the year: Advent and Christmas in the Olympiaregion Seefeld

When the snowflakes and the sound of Christmas music dance in the air and the heavenly scent of biscuits, mulled wine and firewood flow through the village, it is there: the Advent season. We enjoy the magic of the season in a very special way. ...
Winter

How the Seefeld Christmas Market came to its Christmas Tree: A Pre-Christmas Story

We were on a mission: For months we searched in the forests of the region, every fir and every spruce was closely examined. Until it was finally found: the perfect Christmas tree for the Seefeld Christmas Market. The demands are high, because it has an ...
True Locals,Winter

True Locals: Monika and Hansi Bantl

The Leutasch valley has a total of 2,380 inhabitants. Two of them are Hansi and Monika “Bantl” Neuner. They represent the Leutasch area like hardly anyone else: they have their roots in this area and put in a lot of effort to ensure others also ...

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