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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:

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

A good choice for your holiday:

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

A good choice for your holiday:
Biosphere reserve Großes Walsertal

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

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Contact and Travel

We are happy to help with your Vacation Planning!

Do you have any questions? You are welcome to contact us by phone or e-mail or visit us in our tourist offices.

We are looking forward to your call, e-mail or visit!

Please note the opening hours of the tourist offices.
You can contact us via phone from Monday to Saturday from 08:00-18:00 each day.

Travelling to Alpenregion Vorarlberg

Vorarlberg, the western province of Austria, borders Germany in the north and Liechtenstein and Switzerland in the west. Vorarlberg is known far beyond its borders as a summer and winter holiday destination in the Alps. The alpine region of Vorarlberg with the Brandnertal, the alpine town Bludenz, the Klostertal and the Biosphere Reserve Großes Walsertal is located in the heart of Vorarlberg and is easily accessible by all means of transport. We are looking forward to your visit!

Important Information about Arrival via the Arlberg

Due to renovation work, the Arlberg road tunnel is closed from 15/04 to 22/11/2024 and not passable during this period.

The following regulations apply during the Arlberg road tunnel closure

Due to renovation work, the Arlberg road tunnel is not passable from 15/04 to 22/11/2024. It will then be possible to travel to Vorarlberg via the Arlbergpass road (B197/L197).

Cars, station wagons, camper vans and trucks without trailers as well as cars and station wagons with trailers (including caravans) are free to drive over the pass as long as the trailer does not weigh more than 750 kilograms (hzG - maximum permissible gross weight).

However, cars and station wagons with trailers weighing more than 750 kilograms (hzG - maximum permissible gross weight) must use the long-distance diversions via Germany, the Fernpass or Switzerland on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays between 09:00 and 17:00 during the high season (01/07 to 06/10/2024).

ASFINAG advises you to allow extra time for the journey over the Arlberg Pass. Especially on weekends, traffic congestion may cause delays on the B 197/L 197 Arlbergpass road.

You can find more information about this on the ASFINAG website at www.asfinag.at.

Note for Cyclists: "Bike-Taxi-Arlberg" at Arlbergpass

Due to the closure of the S 16 Arlberg Tunnel, road traffic will be diverted via the Arlberg Pass road. Due to the expected additional traffic volume during the peak travel season, there will be a ban on cycling on the B 197/L 197 from Langen railway station to the top of the pass in St. Christoph. This ban will only apply to uphill cyclists in the period from 15/04 to 22/11/2024.

For cyclists wishing to cross the Arlberg Pass from Vorarlberg, the "Bike-Taxi-Arlberg" is available during this period:
• Cyclists can book by telephone T +43 676 441 73 50 from 07:30 to 18:30 and are transported daily by taxi and bicycle trailer to the top of the pass.
• The order/reservation can be made in advance (e.g. today for June) or at short notice up to approx. 30 minutes before departure.
• The price is EUR 7,00 per person and bike; a total of 8 passengers with bikes can be transported per taxi.

Signposting will soon be installed at the Klösterle tourist office, at Langen railway station, in Stuben and at the Valfagehr service station.

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3 Valleys and one City for your Holiday

Three impressive alpine valleys - Brandnertal, Klostertal and Große Walsertal around the alpine town of Bludenz will make you curious and want to explore the region. Arrive and enjoy!

Getting There

  • PKW
  • Rad
  • Bahn
  • Zu Fuß

Discover theRegion


Discover three valleys and one alpine town

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Welcome to Brandnertal

The variety of sporting activities make Brandnertal a dream destination for active holidaymakers, families and connoisseurs. The Brandnertal Bike Park, lots of hiking and biking routes, the climbing park, different theme trails, a golf course and the Alvierbad guarantee a varied summer. There is also the Lünersee to marvel at - one of the most beautiful places in Austria.

To Brandnertal

Welcome to the Alpine Town of Bludenz

The Alpine town of Bludenz forms the centre of the five surrounding valleys and combines nature, culture and city in a stimulating way. The two villages of Bludenz and Nüziders are the ideal starting points for discovery tours into the surrounding regions and the Muttersberg. A mountain world full of sporting, cultural and culinary possibilities awaits you.

To the Alpine Town

Welcome to Klostertal

Klostertal provides intensive encounters with nature at the foot of the Arlberg. In summer the many scenic hiking and mountain tours, cycling and mountain biking routes as well as sporting challenges such as the via ferrata by the Fallbach will inspire you. Water plays an important role in Klostertal: From thundering waterfalls to beautiful mountain lakes a lot is offered.

To Klostertal

Biosphere Reserve Großes Walsertal

Breathe in - breathe out - breathe in. Summer in the biosphere reserve is above all one thing: relaxing. Start your day with a delicious mountain breakfast, hike across alpine meadows, climb to summits and linger on the region's most beautiful viewpoints. Free from everyday life, you can discover the unique natural jewels of the valley: with its alpine gardens and flower meadows, its lakes, rivers and high alpine peaks.

To Großes Walsertal
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