I have always been a beach person. I have always liked the sound of the breaking waves. The view of ocean always calmed my soul. The sun and warmth was always necessary for my good mood. It still is. However, it’s been almost a year since I’m living in the mountains. Waking up every morning and seeing snowy tops makes me feel at home.
Those snowy peaks makes everyone humble. There’s certain intensity about that high alpine. It is guarded by wind and snow and ruled by gravity. And it is where we find these moments that defines us as people. When we are on the mountain, everything and everyone else feels tiny. Including all our worries and problems. It’s just the present moment and us, especially when we know that it has been snowing in the night and fresh powder is waiting. This is what I have discovered about the mountains, which actually added a lot of joy, fun and of course, challenge to my life. If you want to read more about it https://aisteri.com/blog/first-winter-season-in-the-alps/
I have always wanted to share my experiences with other people. Especially the best ones! Happiness is real when shared! Right now I have a possibility to share my newly found love for the mountains with 6 travellers. Imagine New Years celebration in the Austrian Alps. Riding, challenging yourself and improving by day; star gazing and story telling by the fire at night. We will be on top of the world when clock strikes twelve. All the fireworks will be right underneath us!
The trip includes living in a mountain hut right on the slopes. Depending on the riding level we will focus on improving skills or experience powder hunt. Professional instructors or guides will be available to make sure that everyone challenges themselves and does it safely. Or maybe someone wants to improve park riding skills? One of the best Zillertal parks is situated just few minutes from the cabin.
All you need to do is download WiGo app, find me and register for the New Years celebration in the Austrian Alps trip. Let’s share the celebration that neither of us will ever forget