Discover the Klostertal at the foot of the Arlberg.
Klostertal with its holiday villages of Dalaas / Wald am Arlberg an Braz lies between the alpine town of Bludenz and the renowned skiing region of Arlberg. Warm hospitality is a time-honoured tradition here. It reaches right back to the Romantic period of postal carriage tourism.
In Bärenland [Bear Land] on the family and fun mountain Sonnenkopf, families and little adventurers discover a whole wealth of amusement and entertainment. Walkers and mountain bikers are also well at home here. The 18-hole golf course Bludenz-Braz, with its magical alpine backdrop is a challenge for every golfer.
Winter vacation in the Klostertal
The Sonnenkopf ski area is family friendly and suitable for beginners and intermediates happy skiing a smaller ski area with quiet open slopes; but it can also be good for experienced powder hounds using Klostertal as a low cost base from which to explore the entire Arlberg ski area.
The Sonnenkopf ski area, up to 2,300m, is served by nine ski lifts with 30km of marked runs best for beginners and intermediates, 1,200m vertical top to bottom skiing and including interesting off-piste. The black run, 1,5 km, with a gradient of 70% which is part of the steepest slopes in Austria is available for expert skiers and snow boarders.
Culinary specials in the Klostertal
Culinary connoisseurs are spoiled with delicacies produced from domestic produce, as well as exquisite wines. The repeatedly accoladed cuisine from the two restaurants Gasthof Rössle and Traube Braz cause even the most experienced of connoisseurs to rave with enthusiasm.
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Summer vacation in the Klostertal
Easy cycle paths and demanding mountain-bike routes invite cyclists to discover nature and landscape, to master tricky trails, to challenge the body or simply to enjoy the ride. Over hill and dale, through valley and forest, up mountain and summit!
The 18-hole course, situated between Bludenz and Arlberg, has been integrated into the alpine landscape with a great deal of sensitivity. Set out in stages, along forest and meadow, the course enjoys an elevated breath-taking panoramic view, with the 11th hole crossing Klostertal into Arlberg. Tricky greens and well-placed dog-legs prove a challenge for beginners and pros alike.