From the town of Bludenz, the region of the Alps extends over three valleys and includes the biosphere park of the Großes Walsertal. Klostertal, Walgau, Brandnertal – they are all home to mountains, glaciers, forests, mountain lakes and rivers. Lünersee at the foot of the Schesaplana, at an altitude of 1,970 m, lies like a transparent, blue gem in the beautiful countryside. At 2,965 m, the Schesaplana is the highest mountain in the Rätikon, with the history of the Rhaetians reflected in the nomenclature of many places. Hundreds of kilometres of hiking paths, ski lifts, a golf course, summer meadows and farms present themselves at their best.
Bärenland Sonnenkopf – it is easy to convince the kids to join you on a hike in the Bärenland, with its agenda equally as diverse as the beauty of the mountains.
A high-altitude tour takes you across the Gehrengrat from Spullersee to Formarinsee, a tour which is also suitable for families, and which you won’t forget in a hurry.
On the Muttersberg close to Bludenz, there is everything a basis station set amongst lovely hiking paths needs – from the bad-weather programme in the indoor play park through to the sun terrace.
The suspension bridge on the Marul forest nature trail delights visitors both young and old – as do games of skill and the lovely countryside itself.
An almost primeval stock of trees can be found in the middle of a wild setting in Bürs Gorge, all of which is suitable for families.