Travel Tips

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A Day In The Snow: Skiing in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

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Three village resorts, one lift-linked ski resort: No one knows Serfaus, Fiss and Ladis better than the locals, so we asked Serfaus-native Eva Patscheider to join us for a day. She knows the resort peak to pub to pillow and shares a few secrets about her hometown with us, from the ‘world’s best Kaiserschmarren’ to the top lookout spots on the mountain and everything in between.
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A Town Steeped in History: A Day in Schwaz

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What is today a sleepy little town with pastel-washed houses and winding streets was once, believe it or not, the place where the richest and most powerful people of Europe lived, where an elephant took a rest, where famous physician and alchemist Paracelsus pursued his research and where a church stood the test of time. Schwaz offers surprises that stretch the traditional image of the town.
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A Town Steeped in History: A Day in Hall in Tirol

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A few minutes by road east of Tirol’s capital Innsbruck is what many assert to be the most beautiful town in Tirol—ancient Hall, origin of the Dollar and where kestrels fly in and out of Hasegg Castle. And with a wonderfully preserved historic center actually larger than that of Innsbruck.
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Nordic Skiing in Tirol – My Best 8 XC Ski Tracks

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During the last few years, I more and more became a big fan of cross country skiing – I started with the skating technique but over the last two years I found classic is the way to go. Fortunately, I was lucky enough to ski in almost all of Tirol’s Nordic ski centers. So here’s my best of list, my personal top eight of Tirol:
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Where Getting Away From It All Comes Naturally: Snowshoeing in Tannheimer Tal Valley

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Scenic Tannheimer Tal Valley is a spectacular outdoor playground, well known for Alpine skiing. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the activities on offer here—strapping on a pair of snowshoes, for example, is more than just taking a refreshing plunge in some snow! I have taken an exhilarating snowshoe hike in the company of local mountain and ski guide Leo Ammann.
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Why You Should Give Winter Camping a Try

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Winter camping. Brrr. Merely the thought of winter camping may be enough to make you shiver and turn up the heat indoors. But for some winter sports enthusiasts, the first sign of snow might mean a camping trip. There’s an excess of rewards available to those brave adventurers willing to venture outside this time of year. Don’t pass up one of the best times of the year for outdoor adventures ...
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