Ski adventures

We started our ski adventures back in 2007 in France. We used an organisation called Sportura. With a bunch on friends in a too small chalet where we had our food vacuum packed for the entire week. Nevertheless, we survived, had lots of fun and started to improve our skills over the years. After 3 years we evolved from France toward Austria, where we met the real après ski and since we mostly sticked to Austria. In 2018 we decided to explore new regions and Livigno in Italy was our target. In 2019 we were also lucky to be part of the first Tomorrowland Winter edition in Alpe D’Huez (France).


Closing Muse 2016


Ischgl – Our all time favorite Ischgl is often called the Ibiza of the Alps. Think of a cozy city center, plenty of restaurants, well


Sölden 2011, 2013, 2016 – We visited Sölden several times and this also stays one of our favorites as you can ski a lot and

Sankt Anton

Sankt Anton Easily reachable as it’s in fact above the auto route. You can either take the pass before the tunnel, or go through the


Flachau – The beginning 2010 – Our first Austrian ski trip was towards Flachau. Getting to the ski resort of Flachau was one of the


Gerlos – Dutch village 2017 – We visited Gerlos for a short ski of 3 skiing days.   143 km of Slopes 43 km for


Saalbach – Only with good snow conditions 2014 – Saalbach itself is a nice village with a car-free main street. The main lifts are all


Tomorrowland Winter Main staige

Tomorrowland Winter

Tomorrowland Winter (Alphe D’Huez) From the minute Tomorrowland announced there would be a winter edition our friends and we started talking of going there. As


The beginning (2007 & 2009) Our first ski trip was in 2007 and with an organisation called Sportura we went with a bus towards Saint


Saint-Sorlin-D’Arves – Bad experience 2008 – In our second year of winter sport the group of friends got another composition and as all male friends



Livigno – Tax free ski paradise! Getting to Livigno There are plenty of discussion on how to get to Livigno. By reading those we were