After a winding mountain drive through the entrance of the Brandnertal you reach Bürserberg. The idyllic mountain village lies at the foot of the Tschengla high plateau. The widely visible Schesabruch, one of the largest mudflats in Europe, characterises the upper landscape. And what makes Bürserberg a perfect holiday destination? Lots of sun and a great variety of leisure and recreational activities. For example, the "Ausserberg" waterfall and the Mondspitze can be explored starting from Bürserberg.
The Tschengla high plateau with the Alpe Rona and its mystical stone circles is the highlight in Bürserberg for hikers and mountain bikers. Enjoy fine alpine cheese and discover various hikes for both walkers and mountaineers. If its thrills and spills you seek then there is plenty of action in the Bikepark Brandnertal where downhill routes can be negotiated with the bike or the fun sports route with the mountain go-carts.
The winter world of Bürserberg offers guests countless opportunities to discover nature. Alongside the ski area of Brandnertal there is also the Tschengla high plateau with its numerous winter and snowshoe hikes and the three cross-country ski trails offers a wide range of ‘off slope’ activities. Here you can enjoy the crystal-clear winter air as well as the panorama at the various winter activities. A great insider tip is also husky dog sledding with Husky Toni.
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