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Why does the Bregenzerwald look the way it does? Which are the values behind what the beholder sees and feels in the villages and surrounding nature?
At 3 clock early in the morning, with headlamps towards the summit. From step to step the day brightens until we reach the top...
Vorarlberg’s highest peak, mount Piz Buin (3,312 m), rises in the Silvretta range at the border between Vorarlberg and the Swiss canton of Graubünden. In the Romansh language, the name Piz Buin means “oxen peak” and alludes to the century-long use of this high-alpine terrain as alpine pastures across national borders.
What a small country, and what an abundance of pathways to explore it on.
On several dates in September are themed culture and pleasure walks in the Brandnertal valley and in the town of Bludenz under the motto of berge.hören. Together with musicians playing folk and world music, the party will hike to a mountain lodge, gather new acoustic and visual impressions, and ultimately enjoy a culinary treat at the lodge.
‘Min Weag‘ is Vorarlberg vernacular meaning ‘my way‘. This new circuit has been developed by the Vorarlberg State Tourist Board in cooperation with local mountain guides, who edited the different hand-picked tours.
Many of Vorarlberg’s hiking trails tell about history, civilisation or peculiarities of nature.
The Kleinwalsertal is the world’s first Lebensfeuer® region. Trained Lebensfeuer® coaches offer this diagnostic measurement of vital energy, or ‘lifefire’, in six premium partner hotels. In addition, free-lance coaches offer their services at a number of other hotels.
In all regions there are themed trails that familiarise hikers with local history and civilisation and natural attractions.
In all regions there are guided walks where you can enjoy the beauty of the mountains and explore the whole region.