You will always find fun things to do in our “playground”, our beautiful nature with its forests, meadows, water, rocks and summits. A unique natural paradise starts immediately at our doorstep which invites to cross-country skiing, tobogganing or just walking in the snow. In summer, you can enjoy hiking, mountain biking, climbing, cycling or fishing.

The Arlberg, and also the immediate neighborhood, offers many opportunities to train your body, for example during indoor climbing in St. Anton am Arlberg, Lech and Zürs.

Riding stables: Pony riding for children at the “Black Coffee Stables” (3 euro) in the neighboring village of Dalaas. Every Wednesday and Saturday and by appointment. Registration: 4:00 pm (previous day) with Gabriele Gellner, phone: +43 (0) 664 – 282 52 80.

Vorarlberg Salzgrotte: The special wellness and health center in Dalaas. A pleasant Mediterranean climate with a constant room temperature of 23°C is generated by controlled injection of sea salt steam and extensive salt lining. Promotes healing of eczema, allergies and relieves asthmatic symptoms. (Gasthof Post, Dalaas).

Walking and Jogging through the Forest.
Our mountain village offers numerous hiking and walking trails through nature.
Some trails are also free for mountain bikers.

During winter season:

Go for a beautiful hike to the Muttjöchle summit on snowshoes with our mountain guide Bruno Berthold. Experience snow crunching under your feet and the air as fresh and soothing as mint sweets.

Mountain views go on forever from the Muttjöchle: the Arlberg and the surrounding Klostertal mountains, as well as the Rätikon and the Walgau will leave you stunned. Every Wednesday (Mid December to the end of March). Meeting point: 9:30 am at the valley station of the Sonnenkopf cable car. Duration: approximately 2.5 hours. Snow shoes can be rented.

Visit the traditional Christkind and Advent markets in Bludenz, Feldkirch, Bregenz and Dornbirn and some other villages in the Vorarlberg region. Lovely alpine Christmas atmosphere can also be experienced in the Arlberg region during the annual Christmas Market in December.