The following holiday destinations are members of Best of the Alps: Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, Cortina d’Ampezzo, Davos Klosters, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Grindelwald, Kitzbühel, Lech Zürs am Arlberg, Megève, Seefeld, St. Anton am Arlberg and St. Moritz.
The partnership is based on close co-operation and joint marketing efforts in the fields of B2B and B2C marketing.
The timeless charme and singularity of the Best of the Alps places create a deep connection, identity and freedom of thought so that many people reach for new opportunities to fulfil their dreams. The project "Alpine Ingredients“ invites guests to get to know extraordinary people of the Alps community, to explore beautiful landscapes and to take part in the cultural life of the Alps holiday destinations. The following stories have been published yet:
Telemark skiing may be one of the most elegant forms of skiing, but it sure feels awkward at first!
You will find more than perfect conditions for ice climbing in Sertig Valley – and you will also feel like you've travelled to another world.
Whirlpools and palm trees at 2560 metres above sea level next to people in ski wear dancing on tables: The Jatzhütte mountain restaurant has been known for its legendary parties since 1988. What’s also special about them: They never start before 2.33 pm.
Ditching the office for an amazing outdoor experience is always a great idea, but the Davos Klosters swissalpine is not your ordinary city marathon.
Hans-Martin Heierling, manufacturer of custom-made ski boots, reflects on consumerism and the happiness that lies in owning little.
The Davoser sledge is a legend. Master carpenter Paul Ardüser has successfully brought it back through crowdfunding.
Chain saws, logs and safety glasses at the International Sculpture Symposium in Davos : where art is being made, things can get messy.
Swiss sculptor and painter Christian Bolt doesn't like lies in art. He likes inner precision. What does he mean?
Rolf and Gloria Theiler live in a luxurious Swiss chalet in Klosters. Among other places, that is. Because Chalet Eugenia, the beautiful estate where Princess Diana used to spend her holidays with her kids, is just one of four residences in Switzerland and South Africa the family owns – and rents out to those who can afford it.
Pius App is considered to be a lateral thinker with unorthodox ideas, although he does not really like that label. His ideas for Schatzalp high above Davos, however, generate quite some buzz.
Instead of advising companies in multi-million Euro deals, Rudolf Wötzel now serves traditional Swiss dishes up in the mountains. Turns out, that’s even more fun.
For years, Armin Amrein was a TV chef. Now he cooks in a furniture store.
Brewing craft beer at 1600m altitude in a village with 200 inhabitants and two churches: That's life for head brewer Basti Degen.
Heribert Dietrich is Chef de Cuisine of the Walserhof hotel in Klosters. In our interview, he told us about charred rabbits, regional goats and crying farmers.