alpʌɪn skiːɪŋ is the sport of sliding down snow-covered hills on skis with fixed-heel bindings also commonly known as downhill skiing.
As a wintersports enthusiast I find happiness in mastering this unnatural way of descending.
Meanwhile, I enjoy the majestic natural beauty, the unpredictable weather conditions and the sound of crisp frozen water.
Whether I slide down the mountain on a pair of skis, a snowboard, a sled or on my backside,
it is defenitely not the most natural way of moving forward.
Carving is all you want!
SWITSERLAND I 1979 > 1992
Virginlike snowslopes, clearblue skies and **** star accomodation, that's what Switserland is known for. A bit expensive but definitely worth exploring
Choose your ski resort
Davos - Lenzerheide - Churwalden - Klosters - Leysin
FRANCE I 1997 > 2016
Exquisite prepared snow terrains for beginner or advanced snow addict. That's what the French Alps can offer next to the off-piste ski experiences.
La Plagne - Chamonix - Les Menuires - Les Arcs
AUSTRIA I 1985 > 2012
Muhlbach-Am-Hochkönig was the first step in my ski career. The intimate Austrian little villages hidden between steep mountain slopes offer a perfect hide-away for the snow and ski fanatic
Mulhbach - Sölden - Ischl