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Spring skiing in St. Anton am Arlberg., © Tirol Werbung / Manfred Jarisch
Imagine sitting with an inventive drink, on a sun drenched terrace, listening to chill music while overlooking the most awe inspiring mountain views after a day on the slopes. Sounds like paradise doesn’t it? Spring is my favourite ski season. Having enjoyed the awesome spring conditions on the slopes, I find myself a patio and spend the day catching some rays, and take in the warm and cheerful buzz. Here are my top 10 sun terraces on the slopes in Tirol, in no particular order.
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Historic Old Town of Hall, © Tirol Werbung / Bernhard Aichner
For winter-loving sun worshippers, the best time to visit Tirol is arguably March, the month of fresh, lively, new beginnings. The year’s second season marks the end of the coldest days and sparks a feeling of renewal. Summer is on the horizon—but ski turns on corn, slush, or powder are yet to be indulged.
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Snowshoe Walk in Rofan Mountain Range.
Updated 4 days ago in Sports from Jannis
17 min reading time
The beauty of snowshoeing comes from its simplicity—just strap in and go! I discovered this gentle winter activity last year and find it’s a perfect alternative to Alpine skiing. Do you want to traipse through deep powder in the backcountry, scaling peaks, or is a snowshoe run on packed trails followed by sledding down more your style? Or maybe, it’s somewhere in the middle where you’d like to snowshoe through a peaceful forest, connecting with the Zen of nature. For your snowshoeing pleasure in Tirol here are eight highly recommended trails.
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Cross country ski technique
One decision to make when you first start cross-country skiing is whether you want to classic ski, skate ski, or learn both at the same time. Martin Tauber, cross-country ski pro and four-time Austrian national champion, breaks the two cross-country skiing techniques down into easy understandable parts. Learning how to cross-country ski is a great way to find a fun activity that keeps you healthy and in good spirits over the winter. If you’ve never skied before we’ll show you just how easy Nordic skiing is, and if you have skied before you might pick up a few tips and tricks too.
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Updated 11 days ago in Recommendations from Eckard
6 min reading time
Make-up artist, photographer and Seefeld local Rainer Renauer takes us to his favourite places to shop and to dine. And, as Seefeld is one of the best cross-country skiing destinations in the world, he showed us his favourite ski tracks.
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Updated on 12.02.2024 in Recommendations from Klaus
5 min reading time
In spring, love is around every corner so what could be more appropriate than a romantic weekend getaway with your significant other? Whether your idea of romance is historic surroundings, romantic seclusion or sleeping in a bed of hay, there’s a hotel in Tirol to set your heart aflutter.
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Updated on 05.02.2024 in Recommendations from Julia
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Sure, skiing is a big part of winter here in Tirol. But I also like to try other winter activities away from the pistes with my kids. Here are a few ideas on what to see and do on holiday beyond the ski slopes.
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Imster Schemenlaufen
Updated on 29.01.2024 in Arts & Culture from Benjamin
6 min reading time
The carnival season – known throughout the German-speaking world as "Fasching" or "Karneval", but referred to here in Tirol as "Fasnacht" – sees all manner of weird and wonderful beings roaming the streets. This year the festivities will not be able to take place due to coronavirus restrictions, so we wanted to take this opportunity to transport this centuries-old tradition to your home.
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Early risers can ride a piste groomer to the Hexenseehütte before sunrise, where a fine breakfast awaits, before hitting the slopes. An unforgettable experience.
, © Seilbahn Komperdell GmbH - Andreas Kirschner
Skiing is a great sport for lots of reasons. Some skiers like staying fit on the slopes, while others search for the ultimate adrenaline kick. Families enjoy spending time together in the fresh air, foodies complete a few runs in the morning before settling down to a long lunch. We have put together twelve unforgettable skiing experiences in Tirol, with something for everyone.
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Updated on 22.01.2024 in Recommendations from Eckard
3 min reading time
As a passionate skier, I have my favourite ski resorts all across Tirol, depending on month and snow conditions. However, my favourites not only deliver the adventures that skiers want, but also have a certain small-town appeal, a sense of history, and the laid-back vibe that brought downhillers there in the first place. In short, I definitely value ski town ambience. To me, there needs to be a legit town with locals, restaurants, and jaw-dropping scenery doesn’t hurt. And of course, there’s the skiing. All of the spots on this list have more than just amazing skiing—they are about embracing a lifestyle.These are my 5 favourite spots in Tirol:
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