Although there is still snow on the mountain, the spring has well and truly arrived in the valley. The preparations for the upcoming summer season are in full swing. After a brief mid-season, we begin weekend operation of the Valisera and Hochjoch cableways on May 30, 2019. You can find all the summer opening times here.
And what's new for summer 2019? A lot!
Adventure Mountain Hochjoch
Taking a deep breath and inhaling the adventure air become one and the same: the Hochjoch becomes the active territory and adventure area for all ages.
Zoom on wheels along the exciting track, jump into air pillows, slide down the children's tubing run, climb up the outcrop, learn archery or trek along the forces of nature trail on a voyage of discovery.
Click here for Hochjoch adventure mountain with all its adventure-filled stations.
Alpine World Nova
In the Versettla area, everything revolves around fun and games, Montafon wildlife and regional products. Inquisitive children will love the "Vier Barga" themed trail; it is also suitable for strollers.
This is what the Alpine World Nova looks like.
When the sun goes down in Hochjoch every Friday evening, you can start the well-deserved weekend in the usual style with live music on the panoramic terrace of the Kapellrestaurant.
And as of the upcoming summer season, the feeder cableways for the Nova area will also run longer every Saturday! All evening journeys are included in the Montafon Brandnertal Card.
Click here for more information.
Weekend operation Grasjoch and Hochalpila cable car
After the very well received weekend operation of both cableways last year, climbers will also be able to head up into the Grasjoch area every Friday from June onwards.
The Alte Talstation in Gaschurn is also new this summer – ideal for a stopover for a coffee or a cold drink after a nice hike.
Obstacle course for e-trials and MTB
The Alpine Sports Center in Schruns will see the opening of an E-trial and mountain bike obstacle course in July for families, children, adolescents and groups.
You can either hire equipment and do a taster course (from 5 years old) or discover the obstacle course using your own mountain bike, E-mountain bike or BMX on your own.