Madrisa Circuit – Switzerland and back: this guided border–crossing, technically undemanding day tour takes skiers from Gargellen/ Montafon to Switzerland and back. During the seven-hour tour, skiers and snowboarders will marvel at stunning natural scenery and enjoy fantastic descents on varied slopes. Avalanche gear is required and can be rented on site.
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The Silvretta Ski Safari is a mesmerizing journey through the snow from Montafon to the Paznauntal valley in neighbouring Tirol, which you can undertake individually or accompanied by a ski guide. The tour starts in the early morning in Partenen. After a ride up on Vermuntbahn, you take the tunnel bus to Bielerhöhe heights and the Silvretta reservoir. Then descend to Galtür, followed by a transfer on a snow cat up to Zeinisjoch. The culminating highlight is the descent down to Partenen. The guided ski safari can be booked along with some theory about avalanches.
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The Ski Safari Kleinwalsertal starts with a ride up on the Ifenbahn cableway. After mounting to Hahnenköpfle you will take the long descent to Schönenbach in Bregenzerwald. On the skidoo you head to Bizau, and by taxi to Hochkrumbach. The last ascent will take you to Widdersteinhütte, before descending to Gemsteltal or Bärgunttal. This demanding safari requires safe skiing in open terrain and – weather permitting – will be run even for one person.
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Ski Ride Vorarlberg
Explore on-piste and off-piste skiing during this one-week trek. An experienced mountain guide accompanies you in a small group all along the tour. From Kleinwalsertal in the north to Montafon in the south, there is a myriad of opportunities to follow the tempting call of the mountains. “Ski Ride Vorarlberg” is a once-in-alifetime winter journey, combining proverbial Vorarlberg hospitality with spectacular nature, and the satisfaction of having managed yet another day as a team.
Ski and mountain guide Markus Moosbrugger leads his guests through the Vorarlberg mountain world. Beginners or experts can experience the beauty of the mountains in winter on a ski safari through the Bregenzerwald, the Arlberg region and the entire Alpine region. Different variations are possible, depending on time and physical condition. Overnight stays in huts or pensions and hotels in the valley.
On the Run of Fame, skiers can go on a new, spectacular ski circuit through the entire Ski Arlberg skiing area. The 85-kilometer-long circuit with an 18,000-metre difference in altitude runs from St. Anton/Rendl via Zürs and Lech to Warth and back again, and is dedicated to those ski pioneers and stars from sport and film who once sashayed on skis down these snowy slopes and left their marks behind. Winter sports enthusiasts will require one day on average for the Run of Fame. The circuit can be entered at almost any point in the ski area.