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Diverse Hiking Trails with the Montafon Brandnertal WildPass

Fantastic hiking trails and tours await you in the varied hiking regions


Our wide range of hiking trails in Brandnertal have something for both leisure and experienced hikers. Numerous stop-off points and resting places on individual routes invite relaxation and enjoyment. And new to Brandnertal is the Tierweltenweg animal kingdom trail: this trail is wholly dedicated to the diverse fauna of the Brandnertal and answers many interesting questions, such as: How do marmots live in their burrows? How well can an eagle see? The trail leads past the village cableway mountain station pass the Innere Parpfienzalpe up to the Niggenkopf, and from here along the hiking route into the Palüd region and to the Palüdbahn mountain station. The trail can also be followed in the opposite direction.

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You will always be confronted with boundaries at Gargellen: be it the national border with Switzerland on the Madrisa circuit or approaching the limits of your stamina on one of the numerous hiking tours. Maybe you are also simply looking to distance yourself from the stresses of day-to-day life. Whatever the case, the boundaries to impressive new worlds are just waiting to be crossed at Gargellen. Where bold men used to carry their goods over the pass, today's adventures in this former smuggler's paradise are for the whole family. Take your time and breathe...

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Erlebnisberg Golm

At Golm you will find the ideal conditions for exploring the fascinating alpine world of Montafon on foot. The family-friendly hiking region offers themed trails for all ages. Golmi's Forschungspfad, the diverse children's hiking route, combines walking with play. On the Gauertaler AlpkulTour, you will learn about the Montafon alpine and Maisäß culture. In addition to numerous other hikes, it also offers climbers the chance to explore the wonders of the Golm Höhenweg ridgeway.

Walking and slides - the perfect combination for all ages. In the Waldrutschenpark-Golm, you can shorten your walk with 7 different slides between 30 m and 80 m long. Totaling 380 m in length, this is Europe's largest slide park!

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The Lünersee lake is one of the largest natural mountain lakes in the Alps and offers diverse trails for experienced and leisure hikers alike. Enjoy the breathtaking natural alpine panorama and find the best walk for you. By way of example, the ideal family hike is the circular trail around the Lünersee lake. The route lasts 1 ½ to 2 hours and takes you along the picturesque banks of the Lünersee. 

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Hiking on the Kristberg, Montafon's sunny terrace, complete with a unique panoramic view. Discover a whole host of different hiking trails on the Kristberg and in Silbertal with your family and friends. From leisurely walks and gentle hikes along the "Silberpfad" path through to mountain tours lasting several hours, you can choose the best route for you, your family, and friends. Enjoy the fresh alpine air and impressive view of the Montafon alpine landscape. There are also twelve stop-off points in the hiking trail network: from cozy inns to rustic chalets and alpine pastures, you can experience culinary diversity, gourmet delights, and a change of scenery.

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The Silvretta Hochalpenstraße high alpine road takes you to the most famous mountain in the region: the Silvretta. The far-reaching hiking trail network around the Silvretta Bielerhöhe leads you to Piz Buin, the highest mountain in Vorarlberg. For a somewhat easier route, there is the stroller-friendly circular trail around the Silvretta reservoir. Or you can hop on the Tafamuntbahn cableway and explore the landscape around Lake Wiegensee, one of the last moorland lakes in the Alps.

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Silvretta Montafon

Hundreds of routes, right on your doorstep: the Silvretta Montafon promises you hikes with unspoiled views of the natural landscape. We have chosen the ten most picturesque routes for you on our hiking map: 
Waldwiesenweg Kropfen Forest Glade Trail – Alpwanderung Innerkapell Alpine Trail – Seebligasee Trail – Seetalwanderung Trail – Gipfelweg Zamangspitze Peak Trail – Panoramaweg Gantakopf Panorama Trail – Vier Barga Trail – Alpwanderung Nova Alpine Trail – Versettla Mitte Trail – Gipfelweg Madrisella Peak Trail

Choose your hike of 1-5 hours of varying gradients and difficulty depending on your desire and mood. Four of the hiking trails are even suitable for strollers. Cable cars and chairlifts will help you ascend to a large number of alpine hiking routes and will drop you off close to cozy alpine inns and mountain-side restaurants, where you can enjoy unique views and regional delicacies.

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