No good “Marend” (the Tirolean dialect word for a late-afternoon snack) or breakfast in the mountains would be complete without a loaf of freshly baked bread. Here is a great recipe for all you amateur bakers at home.2 min. Reading time
From hard riffs to bubblegum pop, Carribbean calipso to Alpine afro – Tirol is home to a surprisingly diverse music scene that has much more to offer than just brass bands and yodelling.2 min. Reading time
When a fresh batch of snow falls to the ground, the world tends to quiet down. The Mountaineering Village of Schmirn is a place that receives huge amounts of snow each winter. However, this is as well a place that is far away from the madding crowd and from the noise of civilization. For one…8 min. Reading time
Selection of our most interesting stories about huts, traditional recipes and the people who make Tirol what it is.
Respecting the natural environment in Pillberg where Grafenast Hotel is set within, Unterlechner Family has been placing eco-friendliness and sustainability at the forefront of everything it does for decades—long before it became an international trend.6 min. Reading time
13 locations across the globe, 13 struggling restaurants and 13 episodes: “Restaurants on the Edge” is the latest food show launching on Netflix on February 28, 2020. One episode is set in the Austrian Tirol and tells the story of Miriam and Dave from Pettneu.6 min. Reading time
The best places to eat? The most interesting things to see? The most beautiful mountains to climb? In our series Ask a Local we talk to people from Tirol and get the inside line on where they live. Today it’s the turn of Petra Astner from Fieberbrunn.5 min. Reading time
“All roads lead to Rome,” the saying goes. However, everyone knows that pilgrimages are about more than just getting from A to B. They are a chance to escape the stress of daily life, to be at one with yourself – and to explore the nature of Tirol.10 min. Reading time
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Snowboarding and Innsbruck go together like salt and pepper. As you’d expect for a place that is considered ‘the Birthplace of snowboarding in Europe’, their “Skyline Park” is pretty awesome. Terrain park shaper Bjarni Thor Valdimarsson, an Iceland native now living in Tirol, gives us an insight into what goes on behind the scenes.4 min. Reading time
Casey Moore is a professional photographer living in East Sussex, England. He is well known for his analogue photography and still develops each photo by hand. This year he spent his winter holidays in Tirol and of course he brought his camera with him. The following series of photos were all shot during his family…3 min. Reading time