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A good choice for your holiday:
Alpenstadt Bludenz

  • 163 landlords and hosts
  • 34 lifts and cable cars
  • 123 kilometers of pistes
  • Pure nature

A good choice for your holiday:
Brandnertal

  • 163 accommodations
  • 34 lifts and cable cars
  • 123 kilometers of pistes
  • Pure nature

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Klostertal

  • 163 landlords and hosts
  • 34 lifts and cable cars
  • 123 kilometers of pistes
  • Pure nature

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Biosphere reserve Großes Walsertal

  • 163 holiday properties
  • 34 lifts and cable cars
  • 123 kilometers of pistes
  • Pure nature

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Snowshoeing in Brandnertal

Experience the Magic of Our Snowy Winter Landscape.

Snowshoe hikers enjoy a light-footed hike off the beaten track through the solitude of the mountains. Everything is possible, from the simple signposted round trip to demanding high-altitude tours. The number of new signposted routes is constantly increasing.

Selected Snowshoe Tours in Brandnertal

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Snowshoeing Brand
Brand

Starting point: at the Alvierbach bridge under the golf house.
The marked snowshoe route in Brand leads from the Alvierbach Bridge (directly under the Golf club) out of the valley.

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Snowshoeing Furkla Alpe in Bürserberg
Bürserberg

Starting point: Bürserberg Tschengla hiking car park

This challenging tour starts at the Tschengla hiking car park in Bürserberg. From there, the trail leads to Furkla Alpe and Garsellijoch. Once at the highest point, hike on in the direction of Alte Statt-Weg and then back to the starting point.

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Snowshoe tour Tschengla in Bürserberg
Bürserberg

Starting point: Bürserberg hiking car park Tschengla

The marked snowshoe route on the Tschengla high plateau at 1,200 m above sea level leads past the Alpe Rona and the Steinkreisen. From the Tschengla high plateau you have a great view of the surrounding valleys and the Alps.

Guided Snowshoe Hikes in Brandnertal

Information about the current situation:

The Vorarlberg state government has ordered the early end of the winter season. All ski areas in Vorarlberg were officially closed on March 15th. Accommodation facilities will close on Monday, March 16, 2020 after the last guest has left safely. Based on the Epedemic Act, all accommodations will remain closed until April 13, 2020.

Your health comes first in challenging times like this. We keep you up to date on all developments via our newsletter and social media channels.

We look forward to seeing you again in the coming summer or winter 20/21.

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