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Stone heart on the Hohe Fürleg mountain in the Karwendel Mountains
Updated 3 days ago in Bits & Pieces from Christina
2 min reading time
No matter whether you are a Tirolean native living somewhere else in the world or simply a lover of all things Tirolean who can't wait to get back to the Heart of the Alps, we have put together a list of 15 telltale signs that you are missing Tirol.
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Hiking in the mountains, like here in the Brandenberg Alps, everyone is on first-name terms.
, © Tirol Werbung / Jens Schwarz
Updated 4 days ago in Bits & Pieces from Pauline Krätzig
7 min reading time
The roads are steep not straight? The air smells of snow or flowers? You are offered a shot of schnapps at 10 o'clock in the morning? Three sure signs you are in Tirol. Check out our list of 100 things that tell you you're in Tirol.
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7.53 A.M. On the mooooove! Cows cross the village of Forchach early in the morning.
Updated 9 days ago in Feel Good from Vera Schroeder
4 min reading time
Tirol has lots of good reasons to rise and shine early in the morning. No matter when you set your alarm, you will always find someone else who is already up and about. Holidays may not seem like the right time to rise with the lark, but we recommend giving it a go. You will be surprised what you find.
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Morgenstund_Header
Updated 11 days ago in Bits & Pieces from Anke Helle
14 min reading time
There is nothing that our author finds more difficult than getting up early. Can she learn to appreciate the morning hours with the help of local farmers high in the mountains of Tirol?
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Taking a hiatus from city life, enjoying the spirit of the mountains.
Updated on 22.04.2021 in People from Sebastian Höhn
8 min reading time
Fire, water, cattle and wood. Essentially, this is all Sarah Kofler, Janis Pönisch and their two children need each summer, when they leave their work and city life in the valley to spend two months on an ‘Alm’ high in the Austrian Alps. Tending 34 cattle in a world that you thought was long gone at the heart of Hohe Tauern National Park.
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Greeting in Tyrolean.
, © Illustration by Bertram Haid
Updated on 20.04.2021 in Nature from Benjamin
7 min reading time
Tirol’s huts offer all the necessities; however, we want to point out that a mountain cabin is not a hotel— instead, these are places that encourage hikers to slow down, to interact and to leave no trace.
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Foto: Tirol Werbung.
Updated on 15.04.2021 in Sports from Mathea
3 min reading time
Hiking is a sport open to everyone, but after a long walk in the mountains you may well find yourself with tired legs. That’s why good cardiovascular fitness as well as strong muscles are important. These also help keep you safe when negotiating rough terrain and make walking and hiking a more relaxing and pleasant experience.
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Welcher-Typ-bist-du
Updated on 13.04.2021 in Sports from Ines
5 min reading time
As varied as the rich flora and fauna of Tirol, it can be interesting to consider the various inclinations and preferences that make us all unique, especially outdoorsmen. People approach hiking differently and people hike for all manner of different reasons, but I have started to notice some broad groups that account for most hiking styles. There are those seeking solitude and there are those who want to push the limits. There are those who want to capture pictures of that perfect moment and there are those who want nothing more than enjoying delectable dishes served on quaint on-mountain eateries. Naturally, there are many exceptions but I’ve found these seem to capture most hikers I’ve come across. What do you think?
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Kühlschrank-Guatz-Essen
Peter Fankhauser from the village of Kaltenbach in the Zillertal Valley has launched his own personal cooking revolution. It goes by the name of "Guatz’Essen" and is a restaurant serving only vegetarian and vegan dishes – nothing special in London or Berlin, but a bold step in meat-loving Tirol. All the ingredients used in the kitchen are sourced from his own permaculture garden. While the vibe is similar to what you will find in some of Austria's hippest dining locations, the prices at Guatz’Essen are very down-to-earth. We met up with the man himself to find out more.
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Apfelradln_1_klein
Updated on 06.04.2021 in Food & Drink from Klaus
2 min reading time
Apples, flour, eggs and milk. That's all you need to make "Apfelradln", one of the most popular sweet treats in Tirol. Mix them all together and pop them in the pan with a little butter for a few minutes et voilà. Check out the recipe below for what we think is probably the best way to eat fruit.
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