Après-Ski was first suspected around 1895. It was definitely mentioned in 1924 , the year of the first Winter Olympics in Chamonix, when evening entertainment was referred to as après-ski. The social get-together after a cold day of skiing in the Alps was probably enjoyed with French wine and food. Usually this is a lot of fun. In Austria, the hosts adopted the term Après-Ski most likely because of its interesting sound and substituted the „Fünf Uhr Tee Party. We should thank the Austrian hosts for continuing to work on this product. Because après-ski has evolved from year to year and winter and skiing can no longer be imagined without it.