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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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Tips & Emergency Contacts

Marking of Snowshoe Tours on Site

Our snowshoe tours and winter hiking trails are signposted with pink directional arrows and marker poles.

If there are no traces (for example, in fresh snow) or in the case of insufficient knowledge of the area, we recommend participating in a guided snowshoe tour. Our experienced mountain guides will guide you safely through the winter landscape and have some adventurous stories in store.

We recommend courageous loners to pay attention to weather reports and avalanche warnings and to equip themselves with appropriate equipment.

Explanation of Tour Descriptions


Easy: also suitable for beginners. The orientation is simple. Switchbacks are rarely required.
Medium: good condition and experience when creating the track are required. You may have to cover longer sections with switchbacks.
Hard: only for experienced tour operators. Allow no slip-ups in certain sections of the route.

Avalanche Danger

Low: mostly low risk with appropriate route choice.
Means: include sections of the route that are reason enough to stop the tour early in the event of unfavorable snow build-up or strong day heating, even if the route is selected carefully.
High: Tour may only be tackled in very safe conditions.

Of course, a careful assessment and assessment of the current threat situation can not be replaced by this categorization!

Emergency Contacts & Avalanche Service

Emergency Numbers
112 euros emergency call
144 Mountain Rescue Vorarlberg
144 rescue

Information in Emergencies:
What happened?
When did it happen?
WHERE was something happening?
HOW many injured?
WHO reports?

Do you have reception on your mobile phone?

If YES, dial 112
If NO, turn the phone off and on again, then dial 112 again (also instead of the PIN). If there is still no reception, change location and dial 112 at regular intervals.

Tour Planning - The Right Preparation

  • As a waterproof trekking or snowboard boots, ski wear in the layer principle, functional top for changing, gloves and cap are recommended. Do not forget sunglasses and sunscreen
  • Take snacks and (warm) drinks. Refreshments can be found in the directions
  • Get information from the avalanche warning service and weather stations
  • Do not commit slopes over 30 ° inclination
  • Do not leave too late - the dusk sets in at 4.30 pm in winter
  • Stick together in snowfall and fog
  • Orientation aids such as map, altimeter, compass are recommended (especially for snowshoeing and ski tours)
  • Take your headlamp, mobile phone and first aid kit with you

Respect your Limits

Forests and meadows, rivers and lakes are valuable recreational and recreational areas. Those who travel in nature, should also remember that nature is a highly sensitive habitat for plants and animals worthy of protection. Especially forests have a very important protective function. The initiative Wohngemeinschaft Natur of the Vorarlberg state government informs residents and visitors about a respectful approach to nature. In this sense, we also ask you to respect protective and protective regions. Key recommendations: Stay on signposted trails and keep nature clean.www.respektiere-deine-grenzen.at

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