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[nüüs] - News from Kleinwalsertal
The Nüüs contains stories from Kleinwalsertal, the most beautiful cul-de-sac in the world - who we are, how we live, what we do. Cohesion, a lot of passion and an eye for details make it possible that we and our guests feel at home. Read here why Kleinwalsertal is special then come and see for yourself!
WINTER NÜÜS 2019/2020 - BEST OF
A MAN WITH AN INSTINCT FOR SNOW
Karle Bischof is Deputy Piste Manager at the Kanzelwand lift. He is a snow manager, snow cat driver, explosives supervisor and organiser. He could even be described as a ‘snow whisperer.’ He knows that the pistes need to be left to settle for between six to eight hours after they have been groomed, just like well-prepared bread dough. This is the only way to ensure that the pistes are in perfect condition for fun and adventure the next day and are just like a tasty slice of bread fresh from the oven: crispy but still beautifully soft.
WINTER HIKING – LIVING IN THE MOMENT
Britta Maier is a passionate skier. Someone you usually meet on the slopes, but last winter, she discovered winter hiking and its many benefits. Away from the hustle and bustle of the ski areas you can wander through snowy landscapes and enjoy nature in one of its most breathtaking displays. Walking through the wilderness, Britta learned how fulfilling it can be to recharge your own battery at your own pace and experience the winter in all its glory, up close and personal. An additional bonus, she reveals some of the most beautiful routes for winter hiking in Kleinwalsertal ...
FLICK THROUGH THE COMPLETE Winter MAGAZINE (2019/2020 Version coming soon)
Summer Nüüs 2019 - Best of
THE BIG IMRPOVISATOR
Original instead of conventional - that's Mathias' Matl 'Fritz' motto. He is not only an alpine farmer, hunter and operates two huts. Matl opened the only private ski school in Austria and will soon be serving delicious coffee in Hirschegg. Matl's wife Sabine pulls in on everything as he follows his instinct for new life projects and puts his passions into action rather than writing down business plans.
LIFE IS A PONYHOF! AND THE GSCHTRÜBBELHOF STILL MUCH MORE.
A "confusion" of humans and animals, that is what "Gschtrüübel" stands for in the Walser dialect. And that is what Isabella and Matthias Büttner have created with their newly opened nature-adventure farm: a place where everyone can participate in the farm life and all live in harmony with nature. Cows, goats, minipigs, ponies, ... whatever you have to do in the barn, you can join in or just watch. To marvel and have fun, while learning a mindful and respectful handling of animals, that's the goal...