Culinary Highlights

by Anja in Bits & Pieces

Which Trail Food Type are You?

When you’re preparing to go out for a hike, food can make or break your ascent—and did you know that everything tastes better at altitude? You get to meet different types of personalities on the trail, and they all pack different snacks to keep their energy levels up. Here are five different types of trail…

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by Klaus in Recommendations

Pristine & Remote: Peer Alm in Navis

Luxury hotels, spa resorts and amusement parks? These are the things you definitely won’t find in Navistal Valley. It’s Tirol’s beautiful little secret. A gorgeous remote area, tucked deep in rugged mountains, it provides visitors with unmatched solitude, a multitude of recreational opportunities as well as great local food.

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by Klaus in Food & Drink

Burgeralm: A Haven for Cheese Lovers

Raw-milk alpine cheese, Tilsiter cheese, yogurt, butter, cured bacon… if you want to sample finest, handcrafted regional specialties, put Burgeralm Alpine Pasture Hut in Rettenschöss on your itinerary. Moreover, you can soak in the majesty of the mountains at this family-friendly place which is easily accessible and makes for a great day out.

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by Klaus in Food & Drink

7 Must Try Drinks in Tirol

As much as we love the authentic food in Tirol, your experience isn’t complete without trying some of the signature beverages—from milky over fruity to bubbly! Here are seven of the best refreshments you need to know about to drink like a local.

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by Rosanna in Food & Drink

The Best Vegan-Friendly Places in Tirol

Eigentlich ist die Tiroler Küche ziemlich deftig: Die Klassiker sind Kaiserschmarren, Speck- oder Kasknödel, gekocht wird mit viel Fleisch und Milchprodukten. Immer mehr Restaurants und Hotels zeigen aber, dass es anders geht und haben sich auf pflanzliche Küche spezialisiert. Wir haben uns umgeschaut und eine Auswahl an veganen Lieblingsorten im ganzen Land entdeckt.

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by Theresa in Food & Drink

Kaiserschmarrn: The original recipe to try at home

An icon of Austrian cuisine, “Kaiserschmarrn” is a fluffy shredded pancake, which has its name from the Austrian Emperor, Kaiser Franz Joseph I, who was very fond of this kind of dish. To me, it’s the perfect comfort food for when I am taking a break from skiing (I am kind of a sweet tooth!).…

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by Guest Author in Food & Drink

Enjoy!

“You get nice round knees from eating soup,” is the somewhat peculiar Tirolean saying. It probably refers to the fact that soup was a staple food product until only a few decades ago. Not a starter like today, but a main course. One that was frequently eaten early in the morning. And again in the…

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by Irene in Recommendations

Lavish Minimalism: Stieralm in Nauders

Originally an abandoned Alpine pasture hut at an elevation of 2,000 meters, Stieralm has been converted into one of Nauders’ loftiest fine dining experiences. It’s the most delicious way to celebrate a perfect day on the hiking trails or slopes.

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