After three hectic days at the ISPO 2019 Björn and me headed over to the small village of Warth in the Bregenzerwald Region of Vorarlberg, Austria.
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If “Bregenzerwald” and “Vorarlberg” sound familiar to long-time readers of the blog, the reason is that I have been there with the family three years ago in the summer. We loved our stay and after I saw Warth briefly last year on the MDV Transalp I decided it’d be just the right place to go after ISPO 2019. But as skiing alone is boring and making photos of one skiing alone is pretty difficult, I asked my friend Björn from the St. Bergweh Blog if he’d like to accompany me. Björn is a great Snowboarder and we have similar values, so I was happy when he agreed to join on this trip! What follows are just a few visual impressions from this long weekend in Warth, the long-form article will follow in a bit!
We skied both on the slopes of Warth-Schröcken and Ski Arlberg, to which the former belongs, while the latter is the largest skiing resort of Austria. But besides hitting the slopes we also found a few spots of untracked powder, which we enjoyed to no small degree.
See more photos in the Flickr Album and on Instagram. And as Björn always finishes his articles with a Music Video, I will honor this tradition with the great song which we listened to a few times on our drives from Munich to Warth and back:
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