Winter

Winter

Why this winter will be your cross-country skiing winter

Cross-country skiing is becoming a real trend sport. And quite rightly so: cross-country skiing is a really cool all-round sport for everyone. It’s high time to get it out of its shadowy existence. Eleven reasons why this winter is the perfect opportunity to finally strap ...
Kitchen,Winter

Tyrolean Wine Noodles: Grandma’s Christmas Recipe

Many wonderful smells hang in the air at Christmas time. One scent brings back childhood memories that are particularly happy: Grandma’s wine noodles. Wine noodles with mulled wine (or, in a child-friendly way, with berry juice) are a real traditional Tyrolean dish at Christmas time ...
Winter

Everything but après ski: Five really fun alternatives for après skiing

Our year-round motto: Everything but ordinary! And our winter motto 2020/2021: Everything except après! We have always preferred pure winter sports fun instead of après ski madness. That’s why we will continue to focus on real nature experiences and enjoyment in the snow, hotels and ...
Summer,Winter

The most beautiful walks and hikes in autumn

Golden larch forests, great light and mystical moods: autumn is a special season. And a real outdoor season. We have the best hikes and bike tours in autumn for you so you can fully enjoy the golden season. Walk around the Gschwandtkopf On this round ...
Summer,Winter

Really easily accessible: The arrival in the Olympiaregion

A shorter drive means a longer holiday! The arrival to the Olympiaregion Seefeld is short and fast, so that you get more out of your holiday. More relaxation, more mountains and more time for what is really important. No matter if by train or car ...
Kitchen,Winter

Tyrolean easter tradition: Fine fasting soups

Every year the traditional fasting period begins on Ash Wednesday in Tyrol. It’s an ancient Christian custom supposed to cleanse and strengthen body and soul during the 40 days until Easter. However, the focus is not necessarily on beach bodies or superfluous kilos, but rather ...

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