I hope you all had a wonderful start in 2018! I am already on the road again, looking forward to my next outdoor adventures. These are some of my upcoming outdoor highlights in January and February.

Snowshoeing Zugspitze

This is going to be so exciting. I have never been to the Zugspitze before and so cannot wait to explore it.

Whichever way you look: jagged rocks and ice stretch to the horizon, with only the sky above. In fair weather, Germany’s highest vantage point at nearly 3,000 metres above sea level offers clear views over 400 peaks in Germany, Austria, Italy and Switzerland – including the highest mountains in the eastern Alps such as  the Großglockner (3,798 m), Wildspitze (3,768 m), Ortler (3,905 m) and Piz Bernina (4,049 m). Extensive views of up to 250 km and a boundless sense of freedom – that can only happen on the Zugspitze!

Cross-Country Skiing in the first holiday region of the Zillertal

The first holiday region of the Zillertal offers cross-country skiing enthusiasts over 125 kilometres of cross- country skiing trails of various difficulty levels for skating and classic cross- country skiing.

Since I did not get to spend much time in Hochfügen/Kaltenbach last time, I am planning a long weekend with a blogger friend, getting ready to check out the slopes, enjoying a magical winter wonderland.

Igloo Village in Switzerland

Together with my blogger friend Milos, I will get to experience the whole igloo-feeling in Davos, Switzerland. A great adventure or a romantic trip for two – the Igloo Village has been on my bucket list for quite some time. At an altitude of 2620 metres, near the Schifer-Totalp slope junction, the Igloo Village spoils guests with mulled wine and fondue.

This trip is scheduled for the end of February.


St. Moritz in the beginning of March 2018

St. Moritz is one of the world’s most famous holiday resorts: Olympic host city and part of a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Some places on earth are simply unlike anywhere else. The mere mention of their name is strangely compelling and brings to mind all manner of stunning imagery. St. Moritz is one such place. Not just because this is the place where James Bond dashed down the ski slopes in «The Spy Who Loved Me». For it was here, 1,856 metres above sea level, in the heart of the spectacular Upper Engadin lakes district, that the notion of winter holidays was born and where Olympic Winter Games were held on two occasions. Today, St. Moritz is the number one alpine holiday destination. Its name is a registered trademark and stands for style, elegance and class.

So, these are my next upcoming trips. I will share all my highlights with you on the blog and on my social media channels.

Till then, have a wonderful time.


photo credits: pexels, St. Moritz, First Holiday region of the Zillertal