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Dear friends and guests of our small Bella Vista Hotel!

We are back again, and so happy to Welcome you again at your holiday-home in our beautiful mountains. We can’t wait to enjoy magical hours in the nature together with you guests. On July 4th we are again able to open our doors for you and Welcome you in our little paradise.
We are getting ready for you, renovating the bathrooms, creating and enlarging our outdoor area.

We are planning by far one of your best summer vacations. We promise to look after your heath, we want to do our best in those times and still provide you a safe and relaxing vacation. Therefore we made changes for your safety and health system. Anyway: Trafoi is a place for you to calm down, a place to reenergize right in the alpine nature, enjoying healthy fresh mountain air.

We probably won’t be able to do certain activities, but therefore we are going to enjoy those few even more.

We just wanted to inform you that certain activities won’t take place due to covid-19 and national and regional restrictions.

But we will do the most possible to offer you a healthful and remarkable holiday.

The world is changed, but we and our beautiful surrounds are still the same and WE ARE READY TO WELCOME YOU.

Your family Thöni

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The Blue Avalanche

The italian Bonanza

The heyday of Italian skiing: between 1971 and 1975, the Azzurri eclipsed everyone. At the top was Gustav Thöni, with two gold medals at the World Championships in St. Moritz, in addition to gold and silver at the Olympics in Innsbruck and Sapporo.

The 1973 World Cup of Skiing in Berchtesgaden was spectacular. Italian ski racers occupied the first five places: Piero Gros, Gustav Thöni, Erwin Stricker, Helmut Schmalzl and Tino Pietrogiovanna. All Italians on the podium, truly a sensation! From then on, the press dubbed this era the Valanga Azzurra (Blue Avalanche).


Giant slalom Bertesgaden from 7 January 1974:

  • Piero Gros ITA (2:07.00)
  • Gustav Thöni ITA (2:09.23)
  • Erwin Stricker ITA (2:09.83)
  • Helmuth Schmalzl ITA (2:10.48)
  • Tino Pietrogiovanna ITA (2:10.77)
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