Join us climbing the beauty of the Arlberg in Autumn and get to know the BIG FIVE of the Arlberg. Especially for active holidaymakers we have started a small challenge to give your active holiday even more incentive:
“Sonnbichl’s online hiking pin”
show or post the BIG FIVE from the Arlberg during your holiday and receive a wine accompaniment in the evening FREE with #bigfiveArlberg
What are the 5 big goals for your successful active holiday in the Arlberg?
♥ Dumpling plate at the Darmstädter Hütte
♥ Jump into the mountain lake
♥ Kaiserschmarren on the Rendlalm
♥ Ebike tour to a mountain pasture or hut
♥ Trip to the Valluga
The BIG FIVE:
#1 Dumpling plate at the Darmstädter Hütte
the Darmstädter-Hütte is looming high above the Moostal. The view of the surrounding mountains is gigantic. The dumplings are fabulous and the descent makes every biker’s heart beat faster. The tour to the hut is quite long but with the new ebikes it´s no problem 🙂 Riding fun in a class of its own
BIG#2 Jump into the mountain lake
Actually a little secret; the Maiensee (a moor lake) is one of the most beautiful high mountain lakes in the Tyrolean Alps. A jump into the cool water is a varied refreshment after every mountain tour. Then let yourself dry on the mountain meadows and count the clouds until you fall asleep.
BIG#3 Kaiserschmarren on the Rendlalm
Can be reached quickly and easily on foot or by bike. The real secret is the panoramic view of the Galzig and over the Arlberg. Funny, and with Tyrolean charm, the hosts of the huts will approach you. You can ask nicely and politely for a Kaiserschmarren to the two real Tyrolean hosts, Susi and Hanni. You will not be disappointed. If you still have enough lard in your calves, try the new bike trail over the Rendl into the Moostal. Do not forget your bike helmet!
BIG#4 Ebike tour to an alp or hut
It sounds simple, but nevertheless it is 13 km of asphalt and forest road to the Konstanzerhütte. After a little refreshment you can choose whether you want to turn left into the Fasultal or right into Schönverwall to the Heilbronnerhütte. A full day tour of about 90 km would be the round trip back over the Paznaun valley. On the photo we would like to see the landmark of St. Anton, the 3000 meter high Pattriol…
Big#5 Trip to the Valluga
The highest vantage point of the Arlberg Ski Arena fascinates with a 360-degree panoramic view as far as Lake Constance and Switzerland. The border between Tyrol and Vorarlberg and watershed of the Danube and Rhine. Be free from giddiness with the Vallugabahn 1 with up to 240 meters above the Steissbachtal and be nostalgic with the “milk cans” – that’s what we affectionately call the Vallugabahn II, so you know why ;). On the Galzig you should walk away from the Mutspuren.
What is included in the “Golden Autumn” package?
✓ Overnight stay in a cosy Tyrolean family business (Adults only)
✓ Rich breakfast with homemade products
✓ Every evening a 3-course pampering menu (when booked with half board)
✓ The St. Anton Summer Card, which includes the following activities:
✓ Hiking pass of the Arlberger Bergbahnen for the free use of all cable cars (value per person for 7 days: 55 Euro)
✓ Anyone who reaches and finds the Big Five of the Arlberg on their hikes in summer wins a free wine accompaniment for dinner
Summer map St. Anton:
- A guided hike
- A voucher for a two-hour e-bike ride
- A Yoga lesson
- Participation in a torchlight hike
- Unlimited use of all buses
How can you book the offer?
Click on the following link: https://www.dassonnbichl.at/pauschalangebote/urlaubsideen/urlaubsideen-im-sommer/?show=package&id=52202725
Choose the date that suits you
Complete your booking easily directly on our website
Do you still have questions about your autumn holiday?
Do you still have questions about the package deal? Just give us a call (+43 5446 2243) or send us an e-mail.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Best regards from St. Anton am Arlberg,
Barbara & Mathias Kometer
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booking hotline: +43 54 46 46 22 43
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