Located at the end of the Klostertal Valley, between the Arlberg massif and Sonnenkopf Mountain, Klösterle am Arlberg is one of the most picturesque villages in the Arlberg area and a popular destination for families with children both in summer and winter. The Sonnenkopfarea offers outstanding walking, hiking and skiing and caters especially for the needs of children, while adults may find a variety of routes and trails for hiking and mountain biking, along with numerous dining options. Klösterle has gained a reputation in the hospitality trade for offering holidays in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. We create memories that will last a lifetime! Visit the Tiscover website for more information on summer and winter holidays in Klösterle (Vorarlberg).
Family winter break in Klösterle am Arlberg
The Sonnenkopf ski area at the end of the Klostertal Valley in Vorarlberg features all the facilities and infrastructure especially appreciated by families. Klösterle promotes sustainable tourism and heartfelt hospitality. Feel at home from the moment you arrive! Your accommodation provider will be happy to share information on must-sees and excursions. Klösterle has a lot to offer when it comes to sports: The Sonnenkopf ski area is particularly suitable for families with young children, who will be introduced to skiing in a playful and relaxed way. After only a few days on the nursery slope they will be able to cope with the Sonnenkopf pistes. The Arlberg ski areas offer plenty of skiable terrain for skiers, snowboarders and free-skiing enthusiasts of all ages and ambitions. Explore the ski routes on your own or together with a local guide. When the day comes to an end Klösterle lends itself to romantic winter walks and fine dining. Enjoy ‘Flädlesuppe’ (bouillon with pancake stripes), ‘Käsknöpfle’ (spaetzle with cheese), and many other local specialties.
Klösterle nestles in a picturesque location between the mighty Arlberg massif and Sonnenkopf Mountain. The latter has a lot to offer to families with children. The eight-seater gondola ferries families up the mountain to the Bärenland park where games and fun are guaranteed. Water games make for a refreshing treat on a hot summer’s day. While the children enjoy themselves on the Bärenspielplatzplayground, their parents may explore the Sonnenkopf area on a variety of way-marked walking trails and mountain bike routes, ranging from easy to intermediate and rather challenging. The village itself has a lot to offer, too. The local church, for instance, is well worth visiting. It is dedicated to St. John the Baptist and dates from 1218. Those in need of a refreshing soak will head for the public outdoor pool or the natural swimming pond, while children enjoy the diving platform and the playground. Make sure you don’t miss out on the bread-baking workshop and a visit to the distillery.