by Eva in Sports

Autumn skiing on Tirol’s five glaciers

While some are still enjoying autumn walks in the mountains and valleys, snow-hungry skiers and boarders are already heading for Tirol’s glaciers. I have to admit, skiing in autumn has many advantages. Here are a few of the highlights for the 2019/20 season together with some information on what’s new in the region’s glacier ski…

4 min. Reading time
by Michael in People

Summit Stories: Kilian Scheiber and Wildspitze Mountain

The Iceman’s name is not Ötzi. The Iceman’s name is Kilian Scheiber. A Vent-native, this mountain guide has bagged the peak of Wildspitze for more than 400 times – although it was not exactly what you would call love at first sight between him and the highest mountain of North Tirol (and Austria’s second tallest).

9 min. Reading time
by Rosanna in Food & Drink

Pitztal Glacier: High Altitude Baking

Is it true that weather and altitude have an impact on baking? And how many pieces of cake are enjoyed a day at Austria’s highest lying coffee bar and pastry shop? Norbert Santeler, Pastry Chef at the Pitztal Glacier Ski Resort, knows all the answers.

4 min. Reading time
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