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44 PAGE 04 OVERVIEW OF THE MONTAFON

PAGE 28 IGLOO ADVENTURE NIGHT

PAGE 08 NOVA EXCLUSIVE

PAGE 34 CHILDREN’S SKI SAFARI

PAGE 12 PICNIC SNOWSHOE HIKE

PAGE 38 MADRISA CIRCUIT

PAGE 18 SKI TOURING TASTER DAY

PAGE 42 MONTAFON WIMMELBOOK

PAGE 22 MONTAFON WORLD CUP

PAGE 44 NEW MUSIC: MUNTAFU

PAGE 24 HEARTBEAT OF THE MONTAFON

PAGE 46 PANORAMIC MAP

PAGE 26 “MEIN VERSCHNAUFENTHALT”

PAGE 48 PREVIEW OF SUMMER 2020 PAGE 50 SOCIAL MEDIA

MONTAFON TABLE

The artistically finished surface of the Montafon table consists of extensive inlay work. The local woods used for this, such as pear, cherry, oak, beech, nut, elm and maple, are stored and air-dried for up to 25 years beforehand (see page 26).


OVERVIEW OF THE MONTAFON

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“GRÜASS DI IM MUNTAFU”

SKIING & SNOWBOARDING

295 superbly prepared kilometres of pistes await you in the Montafon and ensure incomparable variety. Skiers and snowboarders can find just what they’re looking for, from easy slopes to steep racing pistes. Families have a particularly good time on the many blue pistes, while racers explore the black runs.

(WELCOME TO THE MONTAFON)

■■ 73 cable cars and lifts ■■ 295 kilometres of pistes including ski routes ■■ 776 snowmakers ensure the best conditions

FREERIDING

Everyone for whom skiing and snowboarding away from the slopes means pure freedom will be thrilled by the Montafon. Adrenalin junkies will find a true hotspot of the freeride scene there in the Silvretta Montafon. Four further ski areas with signed routes make the southernmost valley of Vorarlberg a real off-piste paradise. Please be mindful of the wildlife reserves and restricted areas: montafon.at/naturvertraeglicher-wintersport ■■ ■■ ■■

MOUNTAIN CULTURE – AN ALPINE VALLEY PACKED WITH TRADITIONS

Whether consciously or unconsciously, you are sure to encounter one or two specialities in the Montafon during your time here. Perhaps it will be the Montafon Sura Kees, which is served at breakfast. Perhaps you will see women in the Montafon festival costume in front of church on a Sunday. Or maybe you’ll hike past the meadows of the Montafon Steinschaf (stone sheep), a very special kind of animal.

■■ Each Montafon table is a unique item with its artistic decorations ■■ The historic costume of the Montafon’s residents has its origins in the Baroque period ■■ The entire valley celebrates the longest day of the year with impressive solstice fires in June

Specially signed routes for beginners and professionals Weekly Freeride Safety Check Guided freeride mountain experiences

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The traditional alpine meadow landscapes in the Montafon, called ‘Maisässe’ are virtually unique in the Alps Committed breeders ensure the continued existence of the rare Montafon Steinschaf (stone sheep) 13 alpine dairy farms produce the traditional Montafon Sura Kees cheese in summer with love and care The torch burning is an ancient spring custom dating back to pre-Christian times The Montafon dialect is special amongst the Austrian dialects

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INNSBRUCK 130 km 1h 30 min

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OVERVIEW OF THE MONTAFON

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MY MONTAFON CABLEWAYS

KRISTBERGBAHN FELDKIRCH ST. ANTON a. ARLBERG BÜRSERBERG

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SILVRETTA MONTAFON INNERBERG BARTHOLOMÄBERG

ST. ANTON i. M. VANDANS

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SCHRUNS TSCHAGGUNS SILBERTAL

“THE PLEASURE MOUNTAIN”

GOLM ADVENTURE MOUNTAIN GARGELLEN

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4 LIFTS 9 KM (PISTE)

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“THE FAMILY SKI AREA” 9 SKI LIFTS 45 KM (PISTE)

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SKI TOURS

In the Montafon, you simply can’t ascend anywhere near as much as you can descend. Or, to put it another way: Throughout the entire valley, there are more than 20 signed ski tours and a multitude of mountains that you can climb alone or in the company of a mountain and ski guide. ■■ ■■ ■■

GARGELLNER BERGBAHNEN

Beautiful tours in the Rätikon with border crossings into Switzerland Grand tours to the 3,000-metre peaks in the Silvretta glacier area Ski touring taster day for beginners on the Silvretta-Bielerhöhe (see page 18)

“DREAMLIKE SNOW DOWN TO THE VALLEY STATION” 8 SKI LIFTS 34 KM (PISTE)

SNOWSHOE HIKING

NEW: BergePLUS PREMIUM MONTAFON In addition to the BergePLUS guest programme, which operates daily from December to April, you can get to know the most pleasurable aspects of the Montafon with the new premium tours. Each BergePLUS Premium guest can look forward to an all-round carefree pack. Depending on the tour, we take care of the right equipment rental for you, the necessary cableway tickets, as well as a lunch together with your guides. INFORMATION AND BOOKING: T. +43 50 6686 // montafon.at/bergeplus

Snowshoes are a wonderful invention: They allow winter hikers to reach destinations that are difficult to reach on foot or on skis – it would require far too much effort on foot and skiing is virtually impossible there. Such as in forests with heavy snow, whose wintry secrets will be explained to you on various tours by the Montafon hiking guides. ■■ ■■ ■■

150 kilometres of marked snowshoe hiking routes Guided BergePLUS tours with Montafon hiking guides (see page 12) Numerous tour suggestions at touren.montafon.at

SILVRETTA-BIELERHÖHE

“THE HIGHEST AREA” 2 SKI LIFTS + TUNNEL BUS 2 KM (PISTE)

“THE SPORTIEST SKI AREA” 35 LIFTS 140 KM (PISTE)

FURTHER CABLEWAYS IN THE REGION Bergbahnen Brandnertal (14 cableways and lifts, 65 kilometres of pistes) Muttersberg (1 cableway) Schnifis (1 cableway) Gurtis/Bazora (3 cableways and lifts)

MONTAFON BRANDNERTAL CARD

The Montafon Brandnertal Card (multi-day or season pass) gives you access to 8 ski areas with 295 kilometres of pistes, 73 lifts and countless offers for piste fans, freeriders and families in the winter. And the ski buses are, of course, free of charge for cardholders. For everyone who likes to spend their time in the mountains in the summer as well, the annual pass of the Montafon Brandnertal Card is the perfect and inexpensive combination of winter and summer season pass. A total of 16 cableways take you up to lofty heights in the warmer months.

FURTHER EXPERIENCES IN THE SNOW Tobogganing (5 toboggan runs and 2 lit night toboggan runs) Cross-country skiing (90 km of trails) Winter hiking (290 prepared and partially illuminated km)

You can find the latest information at montafon-brandnertal-card.at


NOVA EXCLUSIVE

OUT AND ABOUT WITH GUIDES IN THE SILVRETTA MONTAFON IN THE EARLY MORNING – FOLLOWED BY A MOUNTAIN BREAKFAST

EXCLUSIVE IMPRESSIONS ON UNTOUCHED SLOPES

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t’s ten minutes to eight, the sun and most other skiers are still asleep. But the piste machines have already been up and about and done a great job. The pistes are still completely untouched and make you want to make turns down them. Half an hour ago, the group met up with the two guides at the valley station of the Versettla Bahn. After the personal welcome, the group made the ascent with the cableway. The snugly warm lambskins in the cabin were the first pleasant surprise. A second one was waiting at the middle station in the form of a mug of hot tea, which was passed into the gondola. It hit the spot and the skiers were able to let their thoughts float away as they looked down into the valley and up to the surrounding peaks.


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The people are always surprised by the fantastic panorama in the morning.

AMAZINGLY QUIET

The grey of dawn is anything but ghastly here. On the contrary: The mood and the quiet have something almost meditative about them. Having arrived at the top, there are a few warm-up exercises to complete first: loosening the shoulders, arms and legs to prepare you for the descents to follow. Two groups now form. One is made up of bon vivants, the other of those who like a bit more speed. A couple of pictures are quickly snapped with the mobile phone camera – these colours simply have to be captured. Otherwise nobody at home will believe them!

Herbert BERGER ski instructor

FREEDOM

NOVA EXCLUSIVE REFRESHMENT WITH REGIONAL PRODUCTS

Breakfast starts at nine o’clock. Everyone skis to the Nova Stoba mountain restaurant together, where a hearty mountain breakfast with the best products from the region awaits the group: sausage and cheese platters, muesli, bread, cheese, eggs. Montafon Riebel, a dish based on corn meal, is also available, as is goulash soup and a pan of fried potatoes with bacon. Filled with energy, the rest of the skiing day can begin. “I usually ski an interesting variant with the group to finish with, for example deep snow, firn or a black run,” says Herbert. The best always comes last? Not at all: The best comes at the beginning – in this case at the beginning of the day.

every Friday probably from 27/12/2019 to 17/04/2020 GASCHURN

39,00 Euro per person incl. mountain breakfast, excl. ski pass INFORMATION AND BOOKING: T. +43 5557 6300 silvretta-montafon.at

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Now the “Nova Exclusive” starts. The participants are on the go for a good hour and all on their own. They make their own tracks and enjoy the freedom. It’s how they collect uplifting moments – not only because of the lofty elevation they are moving about at. Herbert Berger (65) has been accompanying the “Nova Exclusive” for many years as a ski instructor and knows that, “The people are always surprised by the fantastic panorama and the superbly prepared pistes.” The intense natural experience as the sun slowly rises also regularly moves the graduate of the renowned ski grammar school in Stams. The man from Gortipohl would like to share these impressions. “When the skiers set off, some of them are so engrossed that they hardly notice the panorama to begin with. That’s when I like to point it out to them.”


PICNIC SNOWSHOE HIKE

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THE WISHING TABLE GUIDED SNOWSHOE HIKE ON THE KRISTBERG PLEASURE MOUNTAIN WITH A PICNIC IN THE SNOW

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aving a picnic under the open sky – most people associate this with fun in the spring or summer. But in the Montafon, guests also gather these special firsthand impressions in winter – and enjoy regional delicacies in the process. Before that, however, there’s an ascent for everyone with the Kristbergbahn followed by a gentle climb. You don’t need to be a certified hiker for this. “It’s a pleasure tour that focuses less on sportiness,” says BergAktiv hiking guide Romy Pichler. She accompanies the groups in alternation with Christl Tschuggmel.


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A pleasure tour that focuses less on sportiness. Romy PICHLER Snowshoe guide

Having arrived at the summit station, they put on their snowshoes and set off along the easygoing path towards Ganzaleita, passing by St. Agatha’s Chapel. “Total silence accompanies us in this forest. Here and there, you can see a couple of animal tracks, which are very easy to spot in the deep snow,” reports Romy, whose delight on this hike is self-evident. After one to one and a half hours, they have reached the wonderfully situated Ganzaleita viewpoint. Before the snack, there’s one more detail to arrange – namely, to create a suitable picnic spot. The shovels they have brought along are used to quickly make a table and a bench, so that all the participants can take a seat. Heavy work with a rumbling stomach? Not at all, says Romy, “It’s something quite special for the participants, because who goes on a picnic in winter?!”

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PICNIC SNOWSHOE HIKE

SPECIALITIES OF THE REGION Once everything is laid out, it’s time for the well-earned refreshment with regional delicacies such as Montafon Sura Kees, Landjäger sausage, plaited bread, farmer’s yoghurt, apple, muesli bar – and a warming cup of tea or coffee. Talking of warming: Nobody has to freeze, thanks to the mats to sit on. Afterwards, it’s time for the second stage of the snowshoe tour, which lasts about one hour and is mostly downhill. On the way back, the idyllic Maisäss (traditional Alpine pasture land) chalets provide splendid photo motifs. At the destination, the Panoramagasthof Kristberg near the summit station, there is a second culinary highlight: the Zudrell family serves tasty Kaiserschmarren (sugar raisin pancakes) from a big pan as the crowning end to the tour. The group then takes the Kristbergbahn back down into the valley again.

PICNIC SNOWSHOE HIKE every Wednesday probably from 18/12/2019 to 08 / 04/2020 GENIESSERBERG KRISTBERG

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49,00 Euro per person 24,50 Euro per person (with BergePLUS GUEST CARD) Included in the price: Avalanche transceiver, snowshoe and stick set, filled snack box, Kaiserschmarren and drink at the Panoramagasthof Kristberg, cableway ticket (depending on ticket)

INFORMATION AND BOOKING: T. +43 50 6686 // montafon.at/bergeplus

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uring the ski touring taster day on the Silvretta-Bielerhöhe, you’ll spend five hours finding out from mountain guide Lukas what a good tour plan looks like, learning the right walking technique on the ascent and attempting the first easy descent in open terrain. As of next winter in the Montafon, you will have the opportunity to familiarise yourself with ski touring under expert guidance. The taster ski tour has been specifically developed for beginners who would like to try out this kind of sport. No prior knowledge is necessary – it is enough to be a skier of average ability. Items of equipment such as touring skis, boots and sticks, suitable furs, an avalanche transceiver, a shovel and a probe are given to all participants before the taster day starts at Sport Stöckl in Partenen. A normal ski suit is sufficient as far as clothing is concerned.

THEORETICAL BASIS

Once everyone has their equipment, the group will take the Vermuntbahn up to a height of around 1,700 metres and then continue with the tunnel bus through the Vermunt tunnel to the Madlenerhaus at an elevation of around 2,000 metres. There, mountain guide Lukas Kühlechner will explain what ski touring is all about: “Good tour planning, a realistic assessment of one’s own abilities and respect for nature, people and technology are prerequisites for a safe experience in the big outdoors.” Next, the participants learn how to use the emergency equipment and the touring skis. Before heading off into the open terrain, the host of the Madlenerhaus serves home-made Keesknöpfli (cheese spaetzle) as an extra shot of energy.

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THE FIRST STEPS ON TOURING SKIS

The first steps on touring skis are now attempted – on flat terrain, of course. The gradient is gradually increased until the first hairpin turns become necessary. Mountain guide Lukas explains this in advance and the technique is continuously practised along the way. In total, the group will spend about two hours in open terrain, covering a maximum of about 150 to 300 vertical metres. “A distance that is easy for beginners to manage,” says Lukas. “This tour isn’t about peak performance but about finding out for yourself whether the sport is right for you and if you’d like to continue with it.” The ski touring taster day comes to an end after about five hours and the group heads back into the valley with the tunnel bus and Vermuntbahn to round off the adventurous day in a cosy inn.

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99,00 Euro per person 49,50 Euro per person (with BergePLUS GUEST CARD) INFO | VIDEO

SKI TOURING TASTER DAY

Services included: Avalanche emergency equipment (avalanche transceiver, probe, shovel), ski tour equipment, 3-course meal incl. a drink, ascent and descent incl. tunnel bus

INFORMATION AND BOOKING: T. +43 50 6686 // montafon.at/bergeplus


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A must-do event in December is the Montafon World Cup. During the FIS Snowboard Cross World Cup and the Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup, the international sporting greats come together on the steep, twisting routes in the Silvretta Montafon ski area. In the evening, the top acts Silbermond and Lemo get the spectators and fans up and dancing.

Tickets are available at all Montafon tourism offices, all open cableway ticket offices of the Silvretta Montafon and at the outlets of Intersport in Schruns, St. Gallenkirch, Bürs, Rankweil and Dornbirn.

THE SOUGHT-AFTER GREAT AT THE MONTAFON WORLD CUP: OVERALL WORLD CUP WINNER AND LOCAL MATADOR ALESSANDRO

Open Air on Saturday 14 December 2019 3.00 PM 5.00 PM 6.00 PM

Cross Alps Tour

AUDI FIS SKI CROSS & FIS SNOWBOARD CROSS WELTCUP

WORLD CUP PARTY STRIP SCHRUNS ADMISSION TO THE CONCERT SITE AND DJS IN THE WORLD CUP BAR IN SCHRUNS (TENT) LIVE CONCERT WITH SILBERMOND AND LEMO

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The establishment of the winter sport clubs in Schruns and Tschagguns more than 110 years ago launched the success story of skiing in the Montafon. In the 1940s, the Montafon not only had the first chairlift in Vorarlberg – the Grabs chairlift – but also two ski jumps. Ski lifts quickly sprang up in other places, such as on the Hochjoch near Schruns or in Gargellen. Thanks to the excellent infrastructure, numerous World Cup races were held in the Montafon up until the 1980s. The Montafon World Cup has now established itself as a permanent feature of the Snowboard and Ski Cross World Cup.

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EVENTS Montafon World Cup, M3 Montafon Mountainbike Marathon, Montafon Arlberg Marathon, Montafon Resonanzen, Montafon Legends Festival, Silvretta Classic Rallye Montafon, Montafon Totale Trail, Septimo

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IGLOO ADVENTURE NIGHT

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hat could be lovelier than to start the day on a mountain?! The atmosphere shortly before sunrise is simply indescribable and the feeling of starting the day “at the top” surrounded by it all is wonderful. We’d already slept on the mountain a few times in the summer – in a tent or chalet – but this year we also wanted to spend a night in the mountains in the winter.

THE IGLOO CALLS

An igloo? In the Montafon? Right on a mountain? We could hardly believe that at first. It sounds adventurous and exciting and somehow cosy, too. We really looked forward to the day and finally it came! We ascend the mountain with the Valisera Bahn. We meet up with Manfred from the Silvretta Montafon, the organiser of the overnight stay in the igloo, and the other guests in the Valisera Hüsli, where the mood is both relaxed and good. The group is a colourful mix of people and we are all excited for what lies ahead. For dinner, there’s a hearty cheese fondue with the friendly chalet host Markus – the pots are scraped out to the last morsels of cheese. Simply delicious!


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3 MUST DOS ON AN OVERNIGHT STAY IN AN IGLOO 1. SWITCH OFF THE LIGHTS

When you stand on the mountain at night, the stars are simply stunning. You should therefore switch of all light sources, lie on your back and look up at the canopy of stars. What you get to see here is better than any film at the cinema.

2. SET YOUR ALARM CLOCK

Even though the evening was long, you should definitely set your alarm clock for an early start. Watching how the sun climbs slowly over the peaks and bathes the morning sky in wonderful colours is simply magical.

3. INHALE THE SILENCE

TORCHLIT HIKE TO THE IGLOO VILLAGE

After dinner, we are rewarded with a wonderful evening sky. The mountains have a blue glow and the snow reinforces the mood. We keep stopping to take photos – wow, wow, wow! The piste machines are working up and down the mountain – it’s kind of great to experience a ski area in peace and quiet after everyone’s gone home for the day. Having finally arrived at the igloo, the crackling camp fire already beckons. Manfred entertains us with camp fire stories to do with the Silvretta Montafon and we drink a mug or two of mulled wine together. Wonderful – this evening really couldn’t have been more perfect.

The mad rush that surrounds most people in their daily lives can be easily forgotten on the mountain. If you keep slightly away from the group, you may be lucky enough to hear absolutely nothing at all and enjoy the total silence of the mountains.


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Our alarm rings at half past five. We find it really difficult to leave our cosy bed, but a pale glow can already be seen on the horizon and we want to experience the sunrise outside. So we get up and wrap up warmly – a good idea because a gentle wind has started blowing. We try to get a little head start and wait for the first rays of sunlight. This moment, when the sun finally rises above the horizon, is simply wonderful every time! The other guests gradually emerge from their igloos and everyone slowly starts feeling hungry. We’re already looking forward to the delicious breakfast in the Valisera Hüsli and as we walk there our feet are already itching to be the first on the untouched slopes. After a full day on the piste, we all agree on one thing that evening: it was a wonderful and adventurous weekend with an unforgettable overnight stay in the igloo village.

IGLOO ADVENTURE NIGHT every MON, WED, FRI & SAT probably from 27/12/2019 to 13/04/2020

Our gaze constantly shifts to the sky. The air is clear and there isn’t a breath of wind. Millions of stars twinkle above us – it almost looks kitschy. We move slightly away from the fire to sit on a small hill and try to capture this incredible sight with our camera. The atmosphere is just how we imagined it. The snow swallows every noise, the fantastic sky above us, the piste machines moving about like glow-worms in the distance. And then the moon rises, too – amazing! We slowly realise how tired we are and snuggle down into our blankets. We keep on waking up during the night to marvel at the stunning view of the moonlit mountains from our “glamping box” in the igloo.

Moritz MÜLLER and Christiane SETZ Travel bloggers

ST. GALLENKIRCH INFO | VIDEO

A NIGHT UNDER MILLIONS OF STARS

The starry sky when you stand on the mountain at night is simply stunning.

Two categories: An overnight stay in a snow igloo with sleeping bags and sheepskins, or igloo glamping in a double bed with bed linen

INFORMATION AND BOOKING: T. +43 5557 6300 silvretta-montafon.at


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Being in the great outdoors fascinates the little ones – above all the silence away from the slopes. Günter ZANGERLE Ski school director

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After the first slopes, the tour continues into snow-covered forests and past idyllic alpine meadow landscapes. “Of course, we are also mindful of the necessary wildlife reserves in winter,” says the 37 year-old. The two groups approach the Gauertalhaus, where there’s a barbecue sausage party to enjoy. The final highlight is a small treasure hunt: the ski instructors explain the rules, then the children split into two groups to feverishly search the snow with avalanche transceivers. Once the treasure has been found, the little skiers receive a reward and the four-hour adventure of the children’s ski safari comes to an end.

CHILDREN’S SKI SAFARI Thursdays at 11.00 am probably from 19/12/2019 to 09/04/2020 SCHNEESPORTSCHULE GOLM 35,00 Euro per child INFO | VIDEO

fter the ride on the Rätikonbahn, both groups leave the secured slopes together with the ski instructors and turn off onto the ski route. After the children have marvelled at the sight of the surrounding Rätikon mountains and taken their first selfies, the adventurous tour begins with an initial descent in deep snow. The ski instructor goes ahead and makes tracks towards Gauertal. After just a few minutes, the group dives into a whole new world. “Being in the great outdoors fascinates the little ones – above all the silence away from the slopes,” says Günter.

Requirements: The ability to confidently make parallel turns

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION: by 3.00 pm on Wednesday T. +43 5556 701 84585 // golm.at


MADRISA CIRCUIT

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ALWAYS BOUNDARIES ... AND SOMEONE TO CROSS THEM Long powder descents, a border crossing in the high mountains and a ride on the Rhaetian railway – that is the Madrisa Circuit. We have put together the perfect plan for a unique ski adventure. The circuit around the Madrisa, starting in Gargellen, is one of the highlights of the Montafon ski paradise. Anybody who has done it, will be raving about it for a long time to come. This is no easy tour, however, which also gives it its special allure. In order to complete it safely, we recommend being accompanied by a local, state-certified mountain and ski guide. And being well prepared.

MADRISA CIRCUIT January to mid-April approx. 350 vm approx. 2,100 vm

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approx. 6 – 7 Hours Recommended only in safe conditions and with a local mountain guide.

TICKETS: Montafon ski passes/season tickets and day tickets for Gargellen are also valid on the Madrisabahn in Switzerland. INFORMATION AND CONTACT: T. +43 664 4311445 // montafon@bergfuehrer.at

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MADRISA RUNDTOUR

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AT HOME

You’ll spend a good seven hours on the Madrisa Circuit, for which you’ll need good fitness and strength. Relevant training is an advantage.

EQUIPMENT

Required equipment includes: a passport, a spare pair of gloves, proper clothing, a snack, enough to drink and reliable protection against the sun. When you are out and about with a mountain guide, you will also learn how to use avalanche transceivers, shovels and probes. In Küblis, you’ll continue for a couple of kilometres by train or taxi – so make a note of the taxi phone number and the departure times.

START

You have to get going early and take the first cableway. Otherwise you may not have enough time, since the sun sets by 4.30 pm in early winter. Have the biggest breakfast you can and then off you go.

TOUR

From Gargellen, travel with the cableway to the Kristallbahn summit station. The first descent leads in the direction of Täli, where the pelts are put on. Then continue for approx. 45 minutes to St. Antönier Joch. The reward for this ascent is a leg-

MADRISA 2,770 m

HEIGHTS AND DEEP SNOW EXPERT OPINION

The state-certified mountain and ski guide Matthias Ganahl from the Montafon mountain guides knows the Madrisa Circuit like the back of his hand.

WHAT ARE THE HIGHLIGHTS

WHAT ARE

OF THIS TOUR FOR YOU?

THE DIFFICULTIES?

Crossing the border between Austria and Switzerland is always a special moment for me. I take this step quite consciously every time. After that, there’s this uniquely wonderful long descent, which we break into sections. That makes them medium-difficult to easy, depending on the guests’ abilities and the conditions. I also always find the ride on the Rhaetian railway exciting.

The weather on the other side of the Rätikon, i.e. in Switzerland, can often be completely different. We have to bear this in mind and vary the tour accordingly. And, of course, you need a good dose of strength and stamina. The tour is particularly enjoyable in small groups with a mountain guide.

endary deep snow descent where you can travel 900 vertical metres in the powder snow. Life can be so good! St. Antönien, a picturesque town covered in deep snow, marks the end of the descent. With the Postbus or taxi and the charming Rhaetian railway, you’ll travel through larch and coniferous forests in serpentine bends to Klosters. With the Madrisalift – ski passes, season tickets and Gargellen ski cards are valid – you’ll arrive at the highest point of the ski area. From there, continue to Schlappiner Joch. When crossing this south-facing slope, pay attention to rising temperatures and the associated avalanche situation. Choosing the right trail here is very important. A final dream descent through the Valzifental valley to Gargellen completes the tour.


MONTAFON WIMMELBOOK

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Achim Ahlgrimm

Mein MONTAFON -Wimmelbuch

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Im Montafon – im Tal und auf den Bergen ringsum – findest Du stille Natur und lebendiges Dorfleben, kannst im Frühling das Funkenfeuer bewundern, im Sommer Rad fahren, im Herbst beim Alpabtrieb mitfeiern, im Winter die Skier anschnallen. Und zu jeder Jahreszeit kannst Du wandern und Keesknöpfli essen … All das und vieles mehr gibt es in diesem Wimmelbuch zu entdecken. Mit tollen Klappen und spannenden Einblicken in die Vergangenheit.

IN THE MONTAFON W

immelbooks have been en- is depicted on six cardboard-backed douSonderausgabe für Montafon Tourismus GmbH Illustration: Achim Ahlgrimm © 2019 Carlsen GmbH, with Kolorierung: Silke Moritz, Achim Ahlgrimm chanting for Verlag decades ble-page spreads. Amongst other things, Völckersstraße 14—20, 22765 Hamburg Redaktion: Petra Klose their large pictures conthe four seasons underscore the area’s Lithografie: ReproTechnik Fromme www.carlsen.de taining countless scenes development towards becoming a yearof everyday life, in which there are always round destination. Double-page spreads new details waiting to be discovered. The are dedicated to both the alpine meadow Montafon has also had its own wimmellandscapes and the Montafon World book for a some time now, which was pre- Cup. The wimmelbook, which has a print sented for the first time on the Montafon run of 5,000 copies, was created with the Tourism Day. The valley in all its guises publisher Carlsen Verlag from Hamburg,

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NEW MUSIC: MUNTAFU

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MUNTAFU – MI DAHEM BISCHT DU (MONTAFON – YOU ARE MY HOME) I spür a Hennahut wenn i am Piz Buin hock I get goosebumps when I sit on the Piz Buin

und ka kaum beschrieba was des met miar tuat and can scarcely describe what that does to me

Wia d Sonna iahri letschta warma Strahla how the sun casts its last warm rays

of d’Bergspitz wörft, si färbt in a roti Gluat

onto the mountain peaks, turns them into a red glow

I komm mr vor I hock i ra Asichtskarta It’s like I’m sitting in a postcard

vo dem wo des plant hot züh i echt dr Huat I take my hat off to whoever planned this

I treg an Stolz im Härza, bin an Pionier im Geischt I carry pride in my heart, am a pioneer in spirit

als Kind vo da Bärga hon miar des im Bluat

as children of the mountains, we have that in our blood

• Muntafu, mi dahem bischt Du Montafon, you are my home

• Alle Lüt wo vo dos do iher fahran Everyone who comes here from afar

sahan d Schönheit was miar vor dr Hustür hon sees the beauty we have on our doorstep

Si hon a enzigs mol üsri Bergluft grocha They smell our mountain air just once

“MUNTAFU –

wöran süchtig dass sie gära wedr kon and are keen to return one day

Miar tälan sogar üsr ägas Näscht met da Gescht We even share our own nest (home) with the guests

wenn’s hart of hart kunt wil miar allig a Plätzli hon

when things get tough because we always have a place for them

MI DAHEM BISCHT DU”

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(MONTAFON – YOU ARE MY HOME)

ome melodies stay with you for a lifetime: the first home-made music cassette, the foreign-language party hits on holiday or the wedding song in front of the altar. These very special songs have the power to keep memories alive for years and years. The new song “Muntafu” has the means to break into the exclusive ranks of cult songs. Goosebumps guaranteed. Contemporary Montafon pieces used to be associated with the band Krauthobel from Schruns. But now, the artist Falco Luneau from Partenen is enriching the musical landscape in the valley with the song “Muntafu”. “From the outset, our goal was for this song to bring people together, to awaken a

sense of home and to strengthen cohesion in the community,” Falco explains. “Everyone should find themselves in the song and be able to identify with it.” In order to meet this challenge, the singer first worked intensively with the Montafon as a place to live and its core brand values. For the recording, he quite deliberately chose musicians from the valley: the vocals are provided by Falco and Sandra Kraft, Jürgen Ganahl from Krauthobel on his guitar, Ralf Hollenstein on the bass, Lucas Bitschnau on the drums, Robert Krenn plays the Styrian harmonica and Harald Bschorr the trombone. Sandra Kraft summarises the joy of everyone involved: “Music is always about feelings, passion, people and relationships.

Miar sen zwor Ägagrin doch miar hon oh Fingerspitzagfühl

We might be stubborn fools but we also have a sensitivity

i da Gene wil miar üsran Scharm verston in our genes because we understand our charm

• Muntafu, mi dahem bischt Du Montafon, you are my home

• Du märkscht erscht wenn da goscht You’ll only realise when you leave

was met ägna Oga gsaha hoscht what you saw with your own eyes

und dass Hemweh oh ke Grenza kennt and that homesickness knows no bounds

des Tal isch diar of d Netzhut brennt the valley is burned into your mind

• Jo Muntafu, mi dahem bischt Du Oh Montafon, you are my home

Auf Du und Du, met am Muntafu On familiar terms with the Montafon

That is similar to being a host – the feeling has to fit. And that was the case with this song from the start.”

• Composition / Text – Falco Luneau

“MUNTAFU” The song “Muntafu” is available to download for free at montafon.at/musik and from Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music and as a CD in all Montafon tourism offices. The video and the ringtone of the song can be found at montafon.at/musik INFORMATION: T. +43 50 6686 // montafon.at


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Piz Buin 3312 m Silvrettahorn 3244 m

Dreiländerspitze 3197 m Wiesbadener Hütte

Silvretta BielerhöheTunnel

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Hochalpila 2443 m

Kreuzjoch 2395 m Wormser Hütte

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Grabs 1365 m Berggasthof Grabs

Latschau 1000 m

Brandnertal Rellstal

BÜRSERBERG 890 m

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NÜZIDERS 562 m

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Laz Alpengasthof Muttersberg

BLUDENZ 588 m

LORÜNS 583 m

SCHRUNS 690 m

Monteneu 1883 m

BARTHOLOMÄBERG 1087 m

Urmonti

Wannaköpfe 2031 m

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Alpengasthaus Rellseck 1492 m

KEY – PANORAMIC MAP

Legende nde nde Legende

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Skipiste Skipiste elbahn lbahn Pendelbahn Pendelbahn Aerial tramwaySkipisteSkipiste

Skipisteextrem extrem steile extrem Piste steile steile extrem Piste Piste steileextrem Piste steile Piste Pendelbahn Rodelbahn Rodelbahn Rodelbahn Rodelbahn Schneeschuhwanderung Schneeschuhwanderung Schneeschuhwanderung Schneeschuhwanderung Schneeschuhwanderung Tourismusinformation Tourismusinformation Tourismusinformation Tourismusinformation Tourismusinformation TobogganRodelbahn run Extremely steep slope Snowshoeing Tourism office

Skipiste Ski piste

Skiroute Skiroute Skiroute Skiroute elbahn lbahn GondelbahnGondelbahn Cable car

Skiroutepermanente permanente permanente Rennstrecke permanente Rennstrecke Rennstrecke permanente RennstreckeRennstrecke Nachtrodelbahn Nachtrodelbahn Nachtrodelbahn Nachtrodelbahn Winterwanderweg Winterwanderweg Winterwanderweg Winterwanderweg Winterwanderweg SkibusSkibus Skibus Skibus Skibus Night toboggan run Nachtrodelbahn Permanent race track Winter hike Ski busGondelbahn

Skiroute Ski route

Variante Variante Variante Variante elbahn bahn Sesselbahn Sesselbahn Chair lift

VarianteSpeedstrecke Speedstrecke Speedstrecke Speedstrecke Rodelsafari Sesselbahn Rodelsafari Rodelsafari Rodelsafari Skiverleih, Skiverleih, Skiverleih, Service, Service, Depotdepot Depot Depot Service, Skiverleih, Depot Bahnhof/Bahnlinie Service, Bahnhof/Bahnlinie Bahnhof/Bahnlinie Depot Bahnhof/Bahnlinie Bahnhof/Bahnlinie TobogganRodelsafari safari SpeedSpeedstrecke section SkiService, rental,Skiverleih, service, Train station/train line

Variante Variation

pplift pplift Schlepplift Schlepplift Drag lift

Rundtour Fotopoint FotopointFotopoint Photo Fotopoint point

Rundtour Rundtour RundtourRundtour

Fotopoint

Alpine Alpine Coaster Alpine Coaster Alpine Coaster AlpineSkischule Coaster Skischule Skischule AlpineCoaster Coaster Ski schoolSkischule

Silvretta Skisafari Skisafari Skisafari Silvretta Skisafari SilvrettaÜbungsgelände Skisafari park/Funpark park/Funpark npark Snowpark/Funpark Snowpark/Funpark Übungsgelände Übungsgelände ÜbungsgeländeLoipe Loipe Loipe Trail Snow park/funSilvretta park Silvretta Practice area Übungsgelände

land/Kinderattraktion rland/Kinderattraktion nderattraktion Kinderland/Kinderattraktion Kinderland/Kinderattraktion Kinderland/attractions for children

Elser Alp 1590 m

Itonskopf 2089 m

Hotel Bergerhof Alpilakopf 2030 m

Innerberg

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Schesatobel

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SILBERTAL 890 m

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Skihütte Fuchsbau

Liftstüble

Kapellrestaurant

FIS Rennstrecke

Rodelsafari

Taleu 1746 m

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Sonna Hüsli Panorama-Restaurant Grüneck

Berghof Golm

Loischkopf Rodelsafari 1860 m Burtschasattel 1680 m Restaurant Frööd

Parpfienz 1390 m

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Gauertalhaus

KAPELL

Panoramagasthof Kristberg

Skiing or snowboarding is not allowed here for the protection of wildlife.

Mittagsspitze 2168 m

FIS Rennstrecke

Do Außergolm

Furkla Höhenloipe

Niggenkopf Stüble

Weltcup Strecke

Zusteigstelle ,,Schöni“

Schi oder Snowboard fahren ist hier zum Schutz der Wildtiere nicht erlaubt.

Grüneck 1890 m

Gauertal

Grasjoc

Zusteigstelle ,,Stelzer“

Mondspitze 1967 m

Glattjoch 2000 m

Palüdhütte

BRAND 1037 m

Skitunnel

Gäßbarga Kiosk

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Kristberg 1443 m

Lindauer Hütte

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Golmerjoch 2124m

GARGELLEN 1423 m

Schillerkopf 2006 m

Rufana Alp

GORTIPOHL 910 m

Grasjoch Hütte Zamangspitze 2386 m

Muttjöchle 2074 m

Barga

Alpilakopf 2156 m

Tödi

Gulma 1800 m

Restaurant Goona

Dr´Schirm

GASCHURN 979 m

GRASJOCH

Bella Nova

VALISERA Gamsjöchli Ofenwinkel Alte Talstation

Hochjoch 2520 m

Alpengasthof Melkboden

Kessl-Hütte

Rehsee Stöbli

Tuklar 2318 m

Madrisa Rundtour A/CH

Gargellen

Schwarzköpfle Kiosk

Fundlkopf 2401 m

Windeckerspitz 2331 m Amatschonjoch

Täli

Obwaldhütte

VERSETTLA

Maderer 2769 m

Knappastoba

Schafberg Hüsli 2130 m

Oberzalimkopf 2340 m

Sulzfluh 2818 m

Schafb

Kopssee 1809 m Zeinisjoch 1842 m

Burg 2247 m

Silvretta-Haus Saarbrücker Hütte Madlenerhaus

Drusenfluh Drei Türme 2830 m 2827 m

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Schesaplana 2965 m

Rätschenfluh 2703 m Gargellner Köpfe 2482 m St. Antönier Joch 2379 m

Gafierjoch 2415 m

Valisera Bahn

Ballunspitze 2671 m

Schlappiner Joch 2202 m

Versettlaspitze 2372 m

Bielerhöhe 2032 m

Berggasthof Hotel Piz Buin

Madrisa 2770 m

ergba

Vallüla 2813 m

Heimspitze Valiseraspitze 2685 m 2716 m

Madrisella 2466 m

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Schlepplift Skischule Parkplatz Parkplatz ParkplatzParkplatz Parkplatz Car park

Snowpark/Funpark Loipe Eissportzentrum Eissportzentrum Eissportzentrum Eissportzentrum Gesperrte Gesperrte Gesperrte Waldfläche Gesperrte Waldfläche Waldfläche Waldfläche Gesperrte Ice sportsEissportzentrum centre Restricted forest area Waldfläche

Bergrestaurant/Bar Bergrestaurant/Bar Bergrestaurant/Bar Bergrestaurant/Bar Bergrestaurant/Bar Nachtloipe Nachtloipe Nachtloipe Schanzenzentrum Schanzenzentrum Schanzenzentrum Schanzenzentrum Schanzenzentrum Absturzgefahr Absturzgefahr Absturzgefahr Absturzgefahr Absturzgefahr Night trailNachtloipe Nachtloipe Mountain restaurant/bar Ski jump centre DangerKinderland/Kinderattraktion of falling

Rundtour Loop tour Silvretta SilvrettaSkisafari ski safari


PREVIEW OF SUMMER 2020

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SUMMER 2020

GLACIER HIKE EXPERIENCE

Together with a Montafon mountain guide, you’ll hike from the Wiesbadener Chalet via the Vermunt glacier and the Ochsenscharte and up the Jamtalferner. After a short break, you return to the Silvretta-Bielerhöhe.

CLIMBING ON THE DAM WALL

Have you ever climbed up a dam wall? A 320 metre-long via ferrata now leads over the wall of the Silvretta reservoir. Special features: benches to take a rest on, a rope bridge and an adventurous swinging pendulum.

“GARGELLEN WINDOWS” HIKING TRAIL

The new Gargellen Windows give you a diverse view of all epochs of the highest mountain village along a charming Maisäss (traditional alpine pasture land) loop hiking trail.

RIOTOUS COLOURS ON THE MUTTJÖCHLE

There are only a few mountains that can serve up a similar blaze of colour in autumn. The leaves of the blueberry bushes show many nuances of red, orange and yellow.

TO IDYLLICALLY SITUATED ALPINE PASTURES

The Garneratal is a particularly picturesque valley and is considered an insider tip in the Montafon. At Alpe Garnera, Veronika and Christian Kartnig make traditional and modern dairy products.

BIKE & HIKE TO THE TILISUNAHÜTTE

Past lovely mountain lakes and great views of the mountain panorama, you’ll ride on an eBike to the Tilisunaalpe, from where you’ll go on a 45-minute hike to the beautifully located Tilisunahütte chalet.


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