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Urban on a pleasantly human scale, set amid enchanting nature, and strategically located for excursions around the international Lake Constance. Venue of the Bregenz festival and many other festival events. Known for its contemporary architecture. A destination of choice for meetings and conventions, with Bregenz, Dornbirn, Hohenems and Feldkirch as the major towns. Bodensee-Vorarlberg Tourismus GmbH Postfach 9 | Römerstraße 2 6901 Bregenz | Vorarlberg T +43 5574 43443-0 email@example.com www.bodensee-vorarlberg.com
Brandnertal, Alpenstadt Bludenz, Klostertal, Großes Walsertal
Three striking Alpine valleys, Brandnertal, Klostertal and Grosses Walsertal, and the alpine town of Bludenz make for the charms of this holiday region. 800km of hiking trails, 300km of mountain bike routes, two 18-hole golf courses, horse-back riding, archery. For families: supervised activities for children during the summer in the Brandnertal, Sonnenkopf Bear Land, chocolate festival in Bludenz. "Enjoying nature without spoiling it" is the motto in the Grosses Walsertal biosphere park.
More Space – More Time: With the ski areas of Lech Zürs, Klösterle and Stuben on the Vorarlberg side, and the new connection to Warth-Schröcken, the Arlberg ranks among the world’s finest and most successful ski resorts, confirmed by a string of award-winning listings. 94 cableways/lifts, 340km of runs, 200km of deep powder descents, up to 2,810m altitude.
Genuine Mountains. Genuine Experience: Montafon with the ski resorts Silvretta Montafon, Golm (Tschagguns/Vandans), Gargellen and Kristberg (Silbertal). Add winter havens such Bartholomäberg, a hiker’s eldorado famed for its scenic views, and Silvretta Bielerhöhe heights (2,032m), 61 cableways/lifts, 220km of runs, altitude up to 2,430m.
Mountain Adventure & Nature Enjoyment: The Kleinwalsertal cooperates closely with neighbouring Allgäu in Germany. A region set in unspoiled nature, where quality and authenticity reign supreme. Country spanning ski area Kleinwalsertal-Oberstdorf. Accessible without an Austrian toll sticker via the A7 motorway in Germany. 46 cableways/lifts, 124km of runs, altitude up to 2,220m.
The Elegance of Simplicity: Bregenzerwald and its typical architecture - a ski area to enjoy nature and all good things in life. Abundant snow cover, rich in natural snow, a delight for devotees of ski touring and off-piste skiing. 92 cableways/lifts, 266km of runs, altitude up to 2,060m.
Alpine & Family-style: the Brandnertal, the alpine city of Bludenz, the Klostertal and the Grosses Walsertal biosphere park. The familyfriendly ski areas in the Brandnertal and on Sonnenkopf in the Klostertal feature 23 cableways/lifts, 85km of runs up to 2,300m. Winner of the EDEN award, the Grosses Walsertal biosphere park promotes winter sports in unspoilt nature. The ski areas of Faschina (linked with Damüls), Sonntag-Stein and Raggal feature 34 cableways/lifts and 2 km of runs.