in Silvretta Montafon


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In winter

Silbertal brings a unique flair to your holiday thanks to its beautiful rural location and village charm, making it a preferred destination for family holidays with the kids.  

Holiday-makers can reach two ski regions from Silbertal: Silvretta Montafon, which enthusiastic winter sports fans can reach via the Kapell cable car and Kristberg, which is very popular as a family ski region, with guaranteed fun for beginners thanks to the easy to moderate descents.

Kristberg is also a winter paradise for cross-country skiers with 11 kilometers of panorama trails bringing you closer to the nature of Silbertal as it used to be and the lit village trail, allowing you to enjoy this beautiful landscape under starry skies. And that’s not all, as the region also boasts 60 kilometers of marked snowshoeing routes, extended winter hiking trails and a natural Bavarian curling rink.

If you're looking for some variation from the sport and slopes, then step into the carefully established mining museum and learn about the mining in this region.

In summer

Silbertal’s charming village centre offers sport enthusiasts and peace seekers alike an opportunity to really relax. The hiking trails between the areas of Innerberg, Außerberg and Kristberg are well developed and suitable for pushchairs.

Kristberg offers an adventure path and game world with information for children and is a popular destination for hikers and bikers looking for a challenge. The Kristbergbahn summit station provides the starting point for gentle walking and hiking routes as well as fantastic trails to the summits.

A hike into the backcountry around Silbertal is a particularly exciting experience that provides nature lovers with the opportunity to see rare and unique bird species in the Verwall Natura 2000 European Important Bird Area.

The summer months are also the perfect time to experience culture and tradition in the form of Sagenspiele open-air stage shows or a walk along the Silberpfad trail, which explains the centuries of mining in Silbertal.