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Updated on 30.08.2021 in Sports from
14 min reading time
Exploring new routes in a sheer rockface, climbing as many mountains as possible, enjoying the thrill of a high-speed descent – there are lots of ways to do Tirol. Visitors keen to go back to the roots and discover the region like the early alpine pioneers hundreds of years ago should have a go at mountaineering "by fair means". This means no cable cars, gondolas or ski lifts to shorten the approach – just 100% leg power. Our team set off to climb the Watzespitze, the highest peak on the Kaunergrat ridge, by fair means. Let's see how they got on.
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A harness around the chest gives added confidence and safety.
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Julia Rothhaas
Updated on 19.07.2021 in Sports from Julia Rothhaas
12 min reading time
Our author used to love hiking, but since an accident she has had a fear of the mountains. Now she's keen to get back on the trails – and rediscover part of her old self.
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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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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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TEXT Gero Günther | PHOTOS Gero Günther
Updated on 09.03.2021 in Sports from Gero Günther
16 min reading time
“Mountains are mute masters who make silent pupils,” wrote Goethe. In reality, however, there is no outdoor activity that lends itself to a good old chat quite like hiking in the mountains. Two years ago, our author set off along the Stubai HighTrail with his 18-year-old son for a bonding session unlike any other.
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Ort: Sellrain
Tobogganing is fun and easy just so long as you have the right skills to keep your sled under control. Andreas, who runs the Rauthhütte mountain hut in Leutasch, showed our intrepid reporter Christine how to enjoy this traditional winter sport. His quaint hut, which has its own toboggan run, provides a warm welcome to sledders, winter walkers and ski touring enthusiasts in winter.
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Axamer Lizum
Updated on 09.02.2021 in Sports from Michael
10 min reading time
Nikolaus Niedermoser from Neustift Ski School in the Stubai Valley provides lots of handy tips on improving your skiing technique in his YouTube video series. This blog post sums up Nik's most important pieces of advice. The fascinating thing about skiing for me is that I always learn something new every year. Short turns, carved turns, skiing switch, hitting the kickers in the park or cruising the backcountry powder - whatever you are into, the right technique makes skiing more fun. Check out the following tips and tricks from a long-time ski instructor.
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TEXT Maximilian Reich | PHOTOS Hans Herbig
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Updated on 03.02.2021 in Sports from Guest Author
14 min reading time
In the Ötztal Valley – to be precise at 47° latitude – lies Austria’s largest outdoor adventure park. Our author, for whom summer in the mountains had so far meant nothing more than an easy walk in the meadows, agreed to take on the challenge of Area 47.
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12 Tiroler
Updated on 03.02.2021 in Sports from Sabrina Engl
4 min reading time
In his new book, Olympic ski jumping champion Toni Innauer has come up with some innovative ways to stay active inspired by the animals of Tirol. Check out these 12 exercises for mind and body.
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Cross Country Skiing in Obertilliach, Osttirol
Updated on 06.11.2020 in Sports from Eva
3 min reading time
As the grandfather of all skiing, the cross country discipline has about the same kudos that your cardigan-wearing grand-pops does; but perhaps we should respect our elders a little more?
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