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Cross-country skiing in the Brandnertal

The silent version of skiing...

Anyone who has ever enjoyed the feeling to move almost silently through the snowy landscape, does not want to leave the cross trails in the Brandnertal again.

About 20 kilometers magnificent alpine and valley trails are waiting for enthusiastic skiers in the Brandnertal.

Especially recommended are the trails on the high plateau Tschengla / Bürserberg (former the 15 km-long panorama loop trail) with stunning views of the surrounding five valleys. They are regarded as one of the most beautiful trails in western Austria at an altitude of 1200-1300 meters above sea level.

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Anyone who needs to hire the equipment for their cross-country skiing adventure is in very good hands when coming to our shops in Brand and Bürserberg.
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All cross-country skiing trails around the Brandnertal:

en:Cross-country skiing in the Brandnertal;

Cross-country skiing in the Brandnertal

  • de:Panoramaloipe Alpe Rona; fr:Piste de ski de fond panoramique "Rona" - Bürserberg;

    Rona Panoramaloipen

    Tschengla / Bürserberg

    The former Rona Panoramaloipe was recreated as part of the EYOF 2015, the European Youth Olympic Festival, which was held jointly by the countries Vorarlberg and Liechtenstein in January 2015. Now there are three shorter trails that make the high plateau Tschengla a true cross-country paradise.

    Length: 3,5 km
    Altitude difference / difficulty: challenging
    Note: skating possible on 80% of the routes!

    From "Wanderparkplatz Tschengla" short walk to the entrance of the trail "Vilschena". The circuit "Vilschena" leads to the high plateau Tschengla past the mystical stone circles to the district Vilschena and back. Due to the differences in altitude the trail "Vilschena" is classified as challenging.

    View track "Vilschena" on interactive map winter

    Length: 2 km
    Altitude difference / difficulty: low
    Note: skating possible on 80% of the routes!

    By feet or on the "Olympia trail" to the start of the trail "Plandedon" slightly above the Alpe Rona. From there the trail starts on Plandedon path north.

    View track "Plandedon" on interactive map winter

    Length: 2,5 km
    Altitude difference / difficulty: slightly rising
    Note: skating possible on 80% of the routes!

    The entry for the newly created Olympic ski run is just a short walk from the Wanderparkplatz Tschengla. The circuit is located near Alpe Rona and opens a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains, and specifically on the Zimba, the Matterhorn Vorarlberg.

    View track "Olympia" on interactive map winter 

  • de:Langlaufloipe Innertal; fr:Piste de ski de fond Innertal - Brand;

    Inner Valley Trail


    Difficulty: easy
    Length: 6 km
    Height differential: 80 m
    Walking time: 1 hour

    Start at the riding arena in the village centre (entry possible at a number of locations). Along the Alvier stream in the direction of the valley - with two moderate climbs away from the stream and then back along it to the "Herz-Jesu" Chapel. Cross Brandner Straße and take a loop beneath the "Mottakopf" (slight climb, moderate descent) before the trail leads back.

    View track "Inner valley trail" on interactive map winter

  • de:Rundkursloipe Bürs; fr:Piste circulaire de ski de fond - Bürs;

    Circuit Trail


    Difficulty: easy
    Length: 4.5 km
    Walking time: 1 hour

    The well-prepared double-track trail, which is ideal for beginners, starts at the substation (turn into the Werkstraße from the main road at Café Dörflinger). Its course is level and without climbs and it offers a fabulous view to the mountain chain around Bludenz.

    View track "circuit trail" on interactive map winter