Beate Erlmoser

In the end, it was the mountains that brought them back to the Pongau after their quasi-scattering existence during their studies. And it was a good decision! As soon as the weather and the family allow it, Beate is on the mountain and enjoy her earthly existence from above. In order to convey this enjoyment to her two sons, her goal this year is to explore Ski amadé with at least one of them!

  • 6 packing tips for your ski holidays

    The ugly truth is: as a family, you always have a lot of luggage on a trip. Regardless of whether it's for a short trip or a whole week, packing for a ski holiday or a day of skiing remains the same in the end and it usually takes on almost the...
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  • A day full of Adventures

    Spending Sunday skiing in Altenmarkt really paid off. In addition to the gondola lift, the pommel lift at the foot of the mountain is an adventure for young and old. With four different runs, which all offer a variety, it never gets boring.
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  • Where to go skiing with the kids, from young to old

    Our boy are now 4 and 6 years old and would love to become professional ”freestylers”. That's why we're always looking for new adventures for both of them. For us that means that basicly to be well prepared with snacks and a shovel - because...
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  • The Dumpling

    Also known as “Kloß” in German. “Knödel” (dumpling) is an extremely popular side dish in typical Austrian home cooking. For a long time, it was also on the menu of a renowned St. Johann restaurant as a main course, simply gratinated with...
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  • 6 reasons why a snow groomer loves that job!

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  • Wiener vs. Frankfurter

    This is a meal served in almost every Austrian alpine hut, more of a snack, it’s great for a quick stop and a bit of fuel to carry on the day with. An Austrian guest will order a pair of ‘Frankfurter’s” whereas a German guest will order...
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  • The ultimate skiing position

    There are a few different styles of skiing, from sliding short turns to longer carving turns. The most important bit is getting the “basic alpine position” right.
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  • 5 tips for a pleasant day’s skiing with toddlers

    Warm clothing is the most important thing of all. Fingers and toes get cold quickest. It is best always to follow the weather forecast. If there is talk of sub-zero temperatures, it is sensible, for example, to have the kids wear two pairs of...
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  • Cheese dumplings and wedding things

    On the search for a secret recipe from a local mountain restaurant hut, I set off with my sister to Flachau! The “Gipfelstadl“ (which can also be reached from Wagrain), was our destination! I had heard that the cheese dumplings (Kaspressknödel)...
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  • Goldegg – Small, but excellent!

    1,2,3 is all you need, really! There are two drag lifts in Goldegg (Buchberg 1 and Buchberg 2), whereby one of these is the connecting lift to the other lift! Unfortunately, Buchberg 3, the third drag lift has probably been closed down permanently,...
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