National Geographic : 1937 Apr
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE SHIRT-SLEEVED AND EVEN SHIRTLESS, THEY GO SKIING These mountaineers are more in danger from sunburn than freezing, for the sun is warm on the clear, lofty heights of Vorarlberg. Beyond them, seen from the Ulmer Hiitte, are the Fervall Group and the Riffler. () National Geographic Society Autochromes Lumiere by Hans Hildenbrand LOVERS OF WINTER SPORTS INVADE THE EASTERN TYROL TOWN OF KITZBUHEL So many come from England and the United States that anyone depending upon ears alone might think it an Anglo-Saxon village. But typically Tyrolese is the paintless old house, with its overhanging balcony and its bell which calls skiing parties home from the hills at mealtime.