[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!
Summer Nüüs 2018 - Best of
BEEKEEPERS AND THEIR BEES IN KLEINWALSERTAL: IN SEVENTH HEAVEN
When bees start their flight operation, one thing is certain: It's summer in Kleinwalsertal! The whimsical bees breed, Carnica in Kleinwalsertal, is considered gentle and adapts to the climate here. Learn more about the three beekeepers Herta Fritz, Kurt Müller and Achim Schneider, their work and how important bees are for our ecosystem.
TRAILBLAZER - STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN
Renewing the Ifen ski area also meant a lot of work for Uli Ernst. After the trail to the Ifenhütte was claimed by construction vehicles Uli knew: a new trail was neccessary! Uli Ernst takes us with him and shows us what he had to pay attention to. The mountain guide and alpine trail maker explains with whom he had to get in touch and how such a trail emerges from the landscape and is ready to walk on. Now everyone can explore the Ifen area on this new trail but why don't you come and see for yourself.
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Winter NÜÜS 2017/2018 - Best of
PETER AND HIS HEAVY HORSES
When Peter Hammerer tugs his two Norikers in front of the sled, a girl's dream comes true for our author and off we go through the snow-covered winter landscape! For over 30 years the coachman with the thick fur has been making his tracks through the snow. Read how beautiful such a sleigh ride is and what the daily life of a coachman looks like.
THE VALLEY DETECTIVES
If an avalanche goes off and people are trapped, time is short - Cisco and Eny are two of the avalanche dogs who give their best in those situations. But that's not easy. The dog owners Christian Heim and Clemens Moser explain what the education of Cisco and Eny looks like and what "the job" as avalanche dog demands.