Squash and Spinach stew with lentils

Ingredients- 1 medium-sized squash (ideally red kuri squash)- 250 g frozen spinach- 1 tin coconut milk (400 ml)- 750 ml vegetable stock- 150 g lentils (red, brown or black)- 2 ...

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Chestnut soup with pear and hazelnut garnish

Ingredients- 1 shallot or small onion- 4 white beetroots- 400 g pre-cooked chestnuts- 2 tbsp olive oil- 600 ml vegetable stock- 50 g hazelnut kernels- 1 pear- 1 tsp honey- ...

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The decathlete of adventurers

He has stood on glacial ice looking down onto lush jungle and run a marathon in the most isolated country in the world. For his latest challenge, Saas-Fee’s Lothar Supersaxo ...

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Coming soon: Bouldering in the Saas Valley

Despite its popularity worldwide, bouldering is still a niche sport in Switzerland. The essence of the sport is reducing climbing to the bare essentials. The only equipment required is some ...

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“Now, we are the target”

In 2020, under head coach Tom Stauffer (51), the Swiss Alpine Ski Team achieved a historic victory. For the first time in 30 years, they won the FIS Nations World ...

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Death? Not an option

On 21st December 2018, Canadian Snowboarder Max Parrot was diagnosed with cancer. Two months after completing chemotherapy, he competed in the X Games and came away with the gold. This ...

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Suonenweg Saas-Almagell – Saas-Grund

The Suonen are ancient watercourses, found all over Valais, which were originally built to irrigate fields and gardens. The Suonen Trail follows these old channels closely so, throughout the walk, ...

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Höhenweg Grächen – Saas-Fee

This challenging, panoramic high route, known locally as the Grächener Höhenweg (High-altitude Trail Grächen – Saas-Fee) runs from Hannigalp, above Grächen, to Saas-Fee. To reach the start point, jump on ...

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