After skiing and snowboarding, warm up and celebrate in a ski hut - après ski completes the ski day.
After a day on the slopes, stop off at a hut or a pub, have fun, listen to music and meet nice people: That's the famous après ski! "Après", meaning "after" in French, already explains it. The catchy melodies that are part of après ski have now developed into a musical style of its own.
So where during the day skiers wedel down the slopes and snowboarders make their turns, it gets quieter in the late afternoon. The numerous huts at the edge of the slopes or directly at the valley station are particularly popular: That's where the winter sports equipment is parked and the guests head into the warmth. Inside, hits like "Anton aus Tirol" (Anton from Tyrol) by DJ Ötzi or "Schifoan" (Austrian dialect word for skiing) by Wolfgang Ambros can be heard, which - although it was written in 1976 - is still sung along with great enthusiasm.
In the evening, the après-ski scene slowly disperses. Then it's time for dinner, and to go home or to the accommodation. In order to be able to enjoy the next day on the skis...