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Do you have any questions? You are welcome to contact us by phone or e-mail or visit at Klostertal Tourism.

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

Travelling to Klostertal

The Klostertal with its villages Braz, Dalaas, Wald am Arlberg and Klösterle am Arlberg is located in the western part of Austria, on the border to Germany, Liechtenstein and Switzerland in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg. Vorarlberg is a small country and is very easy to reach by car, plane, bus and train. The Klostertal is located between Bludenz and Klösterle am Arlberg. Conveniently located on the Arlberg expressway, the Klostertal is easily accessible by all means of transport.

Important Information about Arrival via the Arlberg

Since 06/10/2023, the Arlberg road tunnel has been open and passable again after several months of renovation work. Travel through the tunnel is therefore possible up to and including 14/04/2024. The Arlberg road tunnel will be closed again from 15/04 to 22/11/2024.

Toll Arlberg road tunnel:
Arlberg motorway (S16 - Arlberg tunnel):
Single trip for EUR 11.50 (as of October 2023)

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.

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: Arlberg Express Bike-Shuttle 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 Arlberg Express shuttle service is available during this period. The maximum capacity of the minibus is 7 seats per trip. No reservations can be made in advance. The price per person (bike) is EUR 7.00.

Cyclists who would like to cross the Arlberg from Tyrol will find all the necessary information here.

Plan Route

Travel to Klostertal

The Klostertal with its rugged mountains, crystal-clear mountain lakes and roaring waterfalls provides intense nature encounters at the foot of the Arlberg. It stretches from the Alpine town of Bludenz in the west to the Arlberg in the east as the state border with Tyrol.

Getting There

  • PKW
  • Rad
  • Bahn
  • Zu Fuß

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