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The modern globetrotter is always on the road. And their luggage is packed with unique items and extraordinary experiences. No Problem! La Loupe also attracts fans of its digital version: All editions of the magazine are available in the kiosk and it's super easy to flip through them online. Give it a shot and be inspired right away!

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LA LOUPE Garmisch - Partenkirchen No. 1 -

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LA LOUPE Garmisch - Partenkirchen No. 1

174 engl. ⁄ Bergsport

174 engl. ⁄ Bergsport WN alpin, the first address for all kinds of gear in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, looks back on long standing tradition. This (family) history is clearly visible in the sales areas. WN alpin Skiwerk is not really a museum but it is definitely worth taking a look! Historical exhibits such as rucksack-folding skis from the 1930s and regional particularities from the 1950s can be admired here. Then there’s the ski-bindings producer Marker which was founded in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and used to be based here that also presents a piece of history: Amongst the unique pieces from the Marker family’s personal stores there is – to name but one example – a present Hannes Marker received from the French Team at the Ski World Championship in 1958 for his pioneering accomplishments. There also are exciting stories to be read at WN alpin Skiwerk, like historical anecdotes about the Skiclub Partenkirchen’s decision from 1923/24 to not tolerate poachers amongst its ranks any longer. pioneer in the past & present It was the grandfather of WN alpin’s present owner Werner Niedermaier, who began producing skis in the Allgäu region in the 1930s. As a result of the Winter Olympics in 1936 skiing quickly gained popularity in the region of Garmisch-Partenkirchen until it became a ‘respectable’ national sport, the number of overnight stays rose, mountain railways were built. Ski production was in the hands of ‘carpenters, wheelwrights and rake makers’ – their knowledge and skill when it came to working with wood were decisive for the ideal result. Even then there already was a race for the best material, newly developed bindings and highly valued ski wax.The

specialist shop Bergsport WN alpin takes you back to the pioneering time of skiing and offers the newest equipment for your personal outdoor adventure at the same time. International brands, ideal service and passion for what’s special: That’s what Bergsport WN alpin stands for to this day! Kunst & Kultur 175