Alfenz cross-country ski trail - 2nd section | Klösterle am Arlberg

Distance5,0 km

Elevation gain53 m

LevelModerate

Duration1:00 h

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Distance5,0 km

Elevation gain53 m

LevelModerate

Duration1:00 h

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Alfenz cross-country ski trail - 2nd section | Klösterle am Arlberg

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Alone on the way through a deeply snow-covered picture-book landscape, a feeling of relaxation quickly sets in - this also succeeds on the longest cross-country trail in the valley, the "Alfenz" cross-country trail. The start of the trail is located behind the Albrecht bakery in Klösterle am Arlberg. The snow-sure cross-country trail leads mainly along the course of the Alfenz stream out of the valley to the valley station of the Sonnenkopf cable car. From there it is also possible to connect to the cross-country ski trail to Dalaas (another approx. 8 km). The way back runs on the same route or alternatively with Landbus L90. The tour can of course also be completed in the opposite direction.

Changing facilities: There are no changing rooms on site. However, there is the possibility to change in the public toilet at the community center or at the Sonnenkopfbahn.

Current status: You can find this in the daily updated trail report.

Author's recommendation

The restaurants in Klösterle am Arlberg invite you to warm up and fortify yourself after cross-country skiing.

Equipment

Good, warm winter clothing, ideally in layers and complete cross-country skiing equipment.

Rental of cross-country skiing equipment in Klostertal:- Sport Milanovic (Sonnenkopfbahn valley station), Klösterle am Arlberg, www.milanovic.at

Route description

Start: Behind the bakery Albrecht, Klösterle am Arlberg

End: Behind the bakery Albrecht, Klösterle am Arlberg

Start behind the bakery Albrecht - trail along the Alfenz out of the valley - valley station Sonnenkopfbahn - same way back or further to Dalaas

Properties

  • Out and back

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