The Silvretta-Bielerhöhe in the Montafon is a paradise for friends of nature and the fascinating mountain world. It connects Vorarlberg with the Paznauntal in Tyrol and offers diverse recreational opportunities in the summer and winter alike. At 2,032 m above sea level, it opens you up to completely new perspectives.
Vermuntbahn and tunnel bus
Vermuntbahn and the tunnel bus. Far from civilisation, the untouched snow of the Silvretta-Bielerhöhe shines in bright white. Enjoy the peace and quiet while cross-country skiing or a relaxed ski tour in the Silvretta mountains. The Silvretta-Bielerhöhe keeps a piste ready for pleasure skiers and the Silvretta-Skisafari has something to offer all guests looking for adventure. A safari with the snow groomer and dreamy descents.
Silvretta-Bielerhöhe winter facts
- Adventurous arrival with the Vermuntbahn and tunnel bus
- Guaranteed snow at over 2,000 m
- 22 km of cross-country ski trails
- A touring paradise with various ski tour options
- The highest mountain in Vorarlberg, the Piz Buin
- Silvrettasee drag lift and Silvretta-Skisafari
- 2 options for overnight accommodation next to the lake (Hotel Silvretta-Haus*** and Berggasthof Piz Buin)
- Several mountain huts
- Winter hiking trail network
Discover the Silvretta-Bielerhöhe in winter
Tafamuntbahn and the Silvretta-Hochalpenstraße
In the summer, the Silvretta-Bielerhöhe is accessible via car or motorcycle via the Silvretta-Hochalpenstraße. The arrival itself is an extraordinary experience as this road is not called the “Dream road in the Alps” for nothing. The magnificent mountainous backdrop of Silvretta and the Vermunt, Silvretta and Kops lakes, which the road passes directly by, cast a spell over visitors, whether driving or on foot.
The lakes of the Silvretta-Bielerhöhe are ideal for high-Alpine fishing excursions and the Silvretta-Bielerhöhe is also an experience on mountain bike. The Silvretta-Bike-Safari is especially popular with mountain bike fans. In addition, the Silvretta hiking area at the foot of the Piz Buin offers diverse tours and exciting views for nature lovers.
The Verwall mountains can be reached with the Tafamuntbahn, which only operates in the summer. After arriving at 1,550 m, an idyllic Alpine landscape with lush meadows stretches out before you. This is the ideal starting point for a family hike to Wiegensee - one of the last high moorland lakes in Europe.