Mountain Summer

Summer retreat in the Arlberg Chalets – colorful alpine flowers, watching mountain farmers bring hay in, climbing summits, marveling at the “Alpenglühen”, the glowing mountains in the evening.

Fresh, clear mountain air helps to relax and recharge. And above all: A good night’s sleep, because our nights are a perfect cool temperature.

Excellent signposted paths, suitable for all ages, for each pace and each level. From the easy walk, up to high alpine climbing. From your balcony, you can choose the summit you will want to climb the next day.

For experts: Rote Wand (2704 m), Glongspitze (2243 m), Gamsbodenspitze (2296 m), Gehrengrat (2439 m), Fensterlewand (2329 m), Burtschakopf (2684 m) or Saladinaspitze (2230 m).

Easy hikes:

Muttjöchle (2074 m)
Forest and legend trails through the Klostertal valley.
Walk along the famous old Arlberg railway, which was carved into the rocks during the 19th century.
Those who want to take it easy can take a cable car (Sonnenkopf, Rüfikopf, Schlegelkopf) up to the hiking areas.

For families: A children’s adventure park is located on the Sonnenkopf.
You can walk from the chalets to a public playground in only a few minutes.

Hiking and shuttle buses are available for the Lake Formarin, the Alpe Nenzigast, to the Kristberg and to Mason.

You will find numerous cozy alpine huts which invite you to rest or even to spend the evening: Freiburgerhütte, Kaltenberghütte, Ravensburger Hütte, Göppinger Hütte, Ulmer Hütte, Stuttgarter Hütte.

Pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago: Two stages of the famous pilgrim path lead through the Klostertal.

You can visit the most beautiful place in Austria: The Lake Formarin.

A three-hour hike leads you from our neighboring village of Dalaas through Mason, Mustrinalpe and Alpe Rauher Staffel to the lake. The menu of the Freiburger Hütte offers typical Austrian dishes, such as Speckknödelsuppe (dumpling soup), Kässpätzle or Brettljausn. All cooks pay attention to sustainability and use regional products.

From there it is not far to the so-called Steinerne Meer, an alpine plateau on which you will find fossils of prehistoric sea creatures that are more than 200 million years old.

For those who prefer not to walk, the hiking bus offers rides to the lake (via Lech).