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How to reach us
Where is Silvretta-Bielerhöhe?
In the summer, the well-known Silvretta-Hochalpenstraße leads to the Silvretta-Bielerhöhe. This is closed in the winter when the Vermuntbahn and tunnel bus are used.
Getting there in the summer
In the summer, you reach the Silvretta-Bielerhöhe via the Silvretta-Hochalpenstraße (toll road) from Vorarlberg and Tyrol.
For hikes into the Verwall mountains to the Wiegensee, for example, take the Tafamuntbahn in Partenen.
Arrival in the winter
The Vermuntbahn in Partenen will take you to Trominier in just 5 minutes. From there, continue on small buses through tunnels and the wintry high mountain landscape of the Silvretta up to the Bielerhöhe at 2,032 m.
How to reach us by train
Express train station in Bludenz - Montafonerbahn from Bludenz to Schruns approx. 20 min. - continue with the post bus to Partenen or to Bielerhöhe.
How to reach us by car
Destination Partenen - from there take the Silvretta-Hochalpenstraße or the Vermuntbahn
Via the Lindau or Hörbranz border crossing from Germany:
Pfändertunnel - A14 Rhine Valley motorway - Ambergtunnel - Montafon exit at Bludenz – Montafonerstrasse L188 from Bludenz through the Montafon (Partenen).
Also take the Bludenz-Montafon exit - continue on Montafonerstrasse L188 after Bludenz through the Montafon (Partenen).
Zurich or Chur motorway - Gams exit - (principality of Liechtenstein) - Tisis (Feldkirch) border crossing - A14 Walgau motorway - Bludenz-Montafon exit - continue on Montafonerstrasse L188 after Bludenz through the Montafon (Partenen).
From St. Gallen (CH):
Swiss Rhine Valley motorway - Oberriet-Meiningen exit - motorway towards Bludenz - A14 Rankweil entry - Ambergtunnel - Montafon exit at Bludenz - Montafonerstrasse L188 from Bludenz through the Montafon (Partenen).
Please note that a motorway sticker (toll) is required on all Austrian motorways and dual carriageways. You can find detailed information on this at vignette.at. Sales points: Automotive associations (ÖAMTC, ARBÖ), customs, toll booths, service stations and tobacconists.