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Stunning mountains surround Kleinwalsertal on all three sides of the valley. You will encounter no noise pollution rather an undisturbed and natural wonderland of unaffected nature. This makes the valley a popular tourist destination, in the winter it offers a skiing area that boasts a wealth of attractions.
- more than 120 km of slopes catering to all degrees of difficulty
- Snow and Funparks
- 45 km of cross-county tracks
- 7 tobbogan-runs (150 to 1500 m) some with their own lifts
- 50 km of winter hiking trails
- 7 ski and snowboard schools
- Guided tours (Snowshoeing, Ski tours, Snowbike etc.)
- Horse sleighs
- Museum, Ski-museum, Mountain Show, Gorge (Breitachklamm)...
The proverbial Walser hospitality helps to create a completely pleasant atmosphere for the guests.
Kleinwalsertal has approx. 5000 inhabitants and extends on a surface of 97 km². It is around 15 km long and 6.5 km wide.
Skiing and Snowboarding at Kleinwalsertal
What's New This Season at Kleinwalsertal
|NEW: Parsennbahn: New gondola- and chairlift (combined), Snow-making for Parsenn and Hubertuslift, expansed snow-making Kanzelwand-Fellhorn (within 72 hours), Chairlift Heuberg, new gondola at the Fellhorn, Upgrade Crystal Ground - Snowpark Kleinwalsertal, New base station Walmendingerhorn, New terrace and elevator to the geoplattformat the upper station.
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