Alpenature is created to give you
a peace of mind so that
you can truly enjoy your holiday.
Spend real quality time with your friends and family, and leave all the
planning and booking to us. Our unique experiences are tailored to
the entire group, including non-skiers, for a memorable winter trip!
Meet Emanuel & Viona.
Emanuel Misslinger, a.k.a. Emi, is an Austrian ski and snowboard guide with 28 years of experience under his belt. Besides the Arlberg region being his playground, New Zealand also has a special place in his heart where he spent eight winters as a snow sports instructor. He is the go-to person for anything Tyrolean, from culinary to shopping and more. He also loves surfing and is a professional videographer.
His partner-in-crime, Viona Wang, went to New Zealand in 2015 to pursue her passion for outdoor adventure. The Singaporean learnt how to ski (from Emi, of course) before moving to Austria, where she completed her Ski Instructor Level 1 qualification in 2016. She was a ski instructor and assistant supervisor of Skischule Arlberg’s kids ski school for three seasons. A born foodie and avid photographer, she is always on the hunt for the best restaurants in St. Anton and beyond.
We strive to create high quality and unforgettable travel experiences, which are also sustainable. A widely popular destination among Europeans, St. Anton am Arlberg is our home, and we want to spread the love across the globe, putting it on every Singaporean and Southeast Asian’s radar.
Our services are designed to explore the beauty of the Arlberg region and avoiding crowds at the same time. You may wonder: How is it eco-friendly when people travel so far for a holiday? Well… we should never stop travelling and exploring the world, but we can improve the way we do it. For example, after flying halfway across the globe from Asia to Europe, we can choose to stay longer at the same place, rather than packing the itinerary with too many destinations.
We can have an amazing holiday Europe and also reduce our impact on the environment.