Winter and summer vacation in Vorarlberg
A perfect holiday region in the far west of Austria
Brandnertal with the villages of Brand, Bürserberg and Bürs begins close by the alpine town of Bludenz in southern Vorarlberg. The Alpine Town of Bludenz is the centre of 5 valleys - a classic holiday region. This is where mountains, nature and urban culture go hand-in-hand. Klostertal with its holiday villages of Dalaas/Wald and Braz lies between the alpine town of Bludenz and the renowned skiing region of Arlberg. Also the Grosses Walsertal Biosphere Park with the villages of Thüringerberg, St. Gerold, Blons, Sonntag, Fontanella-Faschina and Raggal-Marul is accessibly by car in a few minutes from Bludenz.
Winter holidays in Vorarlberg
The family-friendly ski areas in the Brandnertal and on Sonnenkopf in the Klostertal feature 23 cableways/lifts and 85km of runs, up to 2,300m. Winner of the EDEN award, the Grosses Walsertal biosphere park promotes winter sports in unspoilt nature. The ski areas of Faschina (linked with Damüls), Sonntag-Stein and Raggal feature 34 cableways/lifts and 2 km of runs.
Summer holidays in Vorarlberg
Three striking Alpine valleys, Brandnertal, Klostertal and Grosses Walsertal, and the alpine town of Bludenz make for the charms of this holiday region. 800 km of hiking trails, 300 km of mountain bike routes, two 18-hole golf courses, horse-back riding, archery. For families: supervised activities for children during the summer in the Brandnertal, Sonnenkopf Bear Land, chocolate festival in Bludenz.
Enjoy our variety of summer activities such as hiking, archery, mountain biking and much more
Interactive summer map
All summer hikes, mountainbike tracks, , the interactive summer map.
interactive summer map
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Location & arrival
Located in the far west of Austria and therefore it's easy accessible for our guests from Germany, Switzerland and principality of Lichtenstein.
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