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- L200 Bregenzerwald
- B198 Reutte
- L198 Lech
Warth and Schröcken, two Walser mountain villages in Vorarlberg; original, aware of traditions and characterised by the settlement of the Walsers from the Swiss canton of Valais.
The houses have been built in typical Vorarlberg architectural style and blend very well into the landscape. The shingled house facades create a lovely warm atmosphere and make the towns very romantic and cosy in the winter.
Due to thealtitude location of between 1200 and 1500 metres and more, the towns and Warth-Schröcken ski area too are blessed with abundant snowfall, which is why both towns have become one of the most important tourist regions in the Arlberg. Warth-Schröcken is therefore the most snow-abundant ski area in Europe!
Read interesting information here about the respective towns and get an insight into the small mountain villages in Walser and their limitless charm.
Both towns score points with their unspoilt natural surroundings and the variety of scenery they offer, with impressive mountains, gorges and lakes.
Warth-Schröcken is a mountain sport paradise nestling in the Allgäu and Lechtal Alps, the Bregenz forest and the Lechquellen mountains. In summer a landscape packed with variety and wonderful natural impressions opens up.
An extensive hiking route network proceeds through the entire Tannberg region, which incorporates the areas of Warth, Schröcken and Lech. From easy family hikes to challenging mountain tours with breath-taking mountain panoramas, it's all here in Warth-Schröcken.
The main advantage in the summer is the link to Lech, so you get to enjoy even more lovely hikes. One great service for you is the community hiking bus, which operates every half hour between the Hochtannbergpass in Warth to Spullersee and Formarinsee near Lech.
Nestling between Arlberg, Bregenz Forest and the Lechtal, and combined with the Nordweststau weather system, Warth-Schröcken Winter becomes a genuine snow hole each and every winter.
Up to 11 metres of new snow fall from the sky on average – a real paradise for all kinds of winter sports fans. This sets the hearts of any freeride enthusiast racing, after all the powder snow is unique and the opportunities to enjoy rides on deep snow-covered slopes almost unlimited.
Ski Arlberg is the biggest, interconnected ski area in Austria, with a legendary 305 km of ski slopes and 88 lift facilities.
All the towns in the Arlberg are easily accessible on skis and make a ski holiday even more versatile and more convenient.
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