From the west via the A14 Rheintal and Walgau motorways, exit Nenzing - Thüringen - Grosses Walsertal or Thüringen - Ludesch - Grosses Walsertal. From the east via the Landeck - Arlberg motorway S16 - exit Bludenz-West - Grosses Walsertal. Maut (toll)-free access is possible via the Bregenzerwald main road B200.
Bludenz and Feldkirch are stations for international express trains. There are post bus connections from these stations. The hotel and taxi companies offer a collection service in Grosses Walsertal. Information on reservation.
Airport Altenrhein, CH (75 km)
Airport Friedrichshafen, D (90 km)
Airport Zurich, CH (150 km) - Shuttle Bus
Airport Innsbruck, A (135 km)
Airport Munich, D (240 km)
..six communities stands for sustainable living and management – guests and locals alike can discover and experience this within the scope of the summer programme.
From May to October, there’s always “Äbbas Bsondarigs” (something special) to do.
August offers adventure and a welcome change for children and families. The Biosphere supervisors, among them the fairy-tale teller Hertha Glück, entice you away to enchanted and hidden places, inviting you to explore and discover. The summer programme is rounded off with offers on the subjects of herbs and regional cuisine in September. Participants in the courses held by the “Alchemilla” herbal women get to know, value and use herbs and their effects
From Monday to Saturday, the Alp bus will bring you daily to a different Alp in the valley. In this way, you can reach the most beautiful starting points for circular walks and mountain tours in a comfortable and environmentally friendly way. NEW this summer; the buses will in part also be driving to the eight Alps on Sundays and public holidays.
Daily bus transport in summer on the Laguz and Klesenza Alps.
Ask for the timetable in your tourist office.
Seewald lake train ramble
Daily transport operation in summer - the Seewald lake train ramble brings you to the natural bathing lake.