Explore snow-covered landscapes in Montafon & Brandnertal on foot
The glorious winter landscape in Brandnertal can be explored on foot or with snowshoes along numerous signposted winter hiking paths. These are extremely easy to access from Brand and Bürserberg. The Natursprünge trail, which is also accessible in winter, is also a must-see. What causes weather? Why must certain boundaries be maintained between people, animals, and nature? You will find the answers to these and many other questions on the Natursprünge trail!
Winter hiking, with or without snowshoes, has become increasingly popular over the past few years. Explore the unique winter landscape on the Golm adventure mountain and enjoy your time in the natural environment. Our recommendation would be the 1.5 km long Maisäß trail. The circular trail starts directly at the Golm cableway intermediate station II in Matschwitz. The winter trail takes you past the old Maisäß chalets and the landmark-protected Matschwitz chapel.
Alongside the Bartholomäberg, the Kristberg is the most stunning and picturesque winter hiking region in Montafon. There is over 45 km of maintained and cleared paths on the Kristberg, Bartholomäberg, and in Silbertal. These well-signposted paths provide a broad selection of diverse walking trails and gentle elevated hikes. Snowshoe hikes in the gloriously clear, fresh winter air offers a panoramic view that is second to none.
The Silvretta Bielerhöhe is the ideal destination for all winter hiking fans and impresses with virtually untouched nature, peace, and solitude. There are numerous opportunities for you to explore the snow-covered winter landscapes away from the masses. What's more, snow-covered winter landscapes are guaranteed at an altitude of over 2,000 m! An additional highlight, with or without snowshoes, is the winter hiking route around the Silvrettasee reservoir. The 2.5 km long circular trail is a particularly special experience.