The concept of Après-Ski originally comes from Austria. There are traditional ski huts, snow bars and and party venues in all ski areas. The Après-Ski hot-spots include Ischgl, St. Anton am Arlberg, Saalbach-Hinterglemm and Sölden. Schirmbar, Almrausch, Kuhstall, Mooserwirt, Krazy Kangaruh and Hinterhag are real hits and are well-know even beyond Austria's borders. The places here stay alive well after midnight, and provide a great atmosphere with Jagertee and mulled wine. As far as sporting Après-Ski activities in Austria are concerned, hardly any desire is left unfulfilled. The adventurous type can have a go at ice climbing, paragliding or snowrafting, whilst those looking for something calmer and more romantic ought to try out snowshoe hiking or a horse-drawn sleigh ride. Almost every ski area has a large swimming pool, often with a sauna and spa area. Austria is renowned for its varied choice of traditional dishes and drinks. The most well-known dishes include Wiener Schnitzel, Tafelspitz (boiled fillet of beef), Kärntner Kasnudeln (cheese pasta) and various types of dumplings. the most popular sweets include Mozartkugeln (praline-filled chocolates), Sachertorte, Salzburger Nockerln (soufflé) and several types of strudel.