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Enjoy magnificent views and enchanting mountain scenery with all of the senses. On a slow-paced walk there is plenty of time to take in the attractions along the way in a contemplative mood.
Ramble over meadows and through forests; cross a time-worn bridge; head for a chapel; climb uphill and downhill past rushing mountain torrents, and trace the history and culture of civilisation in the Kleinwalsertal.
Since time immemorial, farmers in the Bregenzerwald have cultivated their low-lying meadows and alp pastures in a three-stage system of farming. A journey through time across alpine cultural landscapes.
Ride up the mountain on the new aerial tram to enjoy glorious panoramic views: over the gentle slopes of the alpine foothills as far as Lake Constance to the north; and awe-inspiring mountain scenery to the south.
Alploch, or alp crevice, is the name of a rugged gorge that was cut into the limestone by the rushing waters of the Ach River. You hike through the gorge on narrow footbridges to spectacular rock formations.
Along the shores of Lake Constance, the trail passes noteworthy buildings and magnificent scenery. In the warm season, there are plenty of beautiful spots to take a dip.
The artistically designed themed trail has unexpected insights in store. Stories from the Montafon and alp culture are told by sculptures, QR Codes and Montafon originals.