Just arrived in Germany? Then Alpine Skiing should be on your list of things to try. Here is our quick guide to everything you need to know about skiing…
Another mega event in the Tirolean Alps has wound up with the Snowbombing Festival in the ski holiday resort of Mayrhofen.
With 70cm of new snow arriving in Kitzbuhel, those who got first bite at the fresh snow had some of the best conditions of the winter.
Skiing is one of the most exhilarating outdoor sport activities you can do but with all sport there is always a potential for injury.
The Tannenbaum Ski Club is the biggest ski club in Europe. Geared towards singles and couples who enjoy a very energetic crowd – this is the party club!
Erbeskopf is the largest mountain in Southwest Germany and is the perfect place to test your metal if you are a beginner or intermediate enthusiast.
They seem to be on almost every peak these days but there are a few igloo hotels / bars that really stand out.
Whether you’re a pro on skis or have never given them a try, your tour in Europe is an excellent time to hit the slopes. A long weekend or a… Read more
The highest ski resort in the immediate vicinity of Innsbruck, Axamer Lizum is playing to host to a ski tourers paradise right now. The frequent snow falls have covered the… Read more
The 3000m+ high ski area of Obergurgl – Hochgurgl, Austria is opening later this week to kick off another mammoth season in this Otztal resort, located on the southern border… Read more
The FIS race season opened this weekend with men’s and women’s Super G races on the Rettenbach glacier high above Solden. The women went yesterday and surprisingly there were no… Read more
It was hard to believe that it is only the 2nd week in October – the Stubai Glacier, just south of Innsbruck served up one of the epic days of… Read more
A list of local ski clubs for the U.S. community in Germany, meet new people, and ski some of the best mountain ranges in the world!
The Wilder-Kaiser is the largest ski area in Austria, and it provides endless opportunity for winter sports enthusiasts of all skill levels. Not an enthusiast yet?