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As the Muttersbergbahn whisks you up, your eyes will turn to the steep faces and rugged terrain of the Raetikon massif, with the glacier-clad Scesaplana overlooking the Brandnertal like a towering queen.
What is Friedrich Schiller doing in the Raetikon? No, he is not rhyming dramatic verse, but lending the craggy rock his noble writer's profile.
The Vorarlberg-based fitness expert Toni Mathis recommends walking uphill and riding downhill. That tones the muscles and is easy on the joints. So let's get going!
“Matonagrat“ – sounds like forbidding high-alpine terrain and abysses left and right. As a matter of fact, the ascent is a good deal easier than it sounds.
Many trails lead to Maria Bildstein, short and long, steep and gently mounting, sunny or shadowy, hiking trails and pilgrimage trails dotted with wayside crosses and stations-of-the cross chapels, visitation chapel, spring and memorial site.
600 metres of elevation and always overlooking Lake Constance. Mounting from Loch to the landmark mountain of Bregenz and Lindau comes close to watching a never-ending movie featuring Europe’s largest inland lake, which stretches over 64 km.
A sparsely frequented hiking route that promises good views of the Bregenzerwald mountains and the nearby regions.