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Kleinwalsertal Blog

Spectacular experiences in the Walser mountains, insider tips for trips with the family or current news from the valley - that's all in the blog to read. Browse and "leaf through" the Walser summit book of experiences and get inspiration for your next holiday in the valley!

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  • Panorama valley at night | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Photographer: Frank Drechsel
    • 06/12/2018
    • News
    • Louisa Hieke

    With timpani and trumpets into the New Year

    A new year, new happiness and a better environment! We want to initiate and celebrate this - but with care and respect for the environment. Human beings, nature and animals live in harmony with each other and it is up to us to preserve this. Celebrate the New Year's Eve bang without noise and smoke!
  • Wild foraging in winter | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Photographer: Andre Tappe
    • 05/12/2018
    • News | Winter Activities
    • Susa Schreiner

    On the trail

    Catherina Zwerger is a huntress, policewoman, cook and cowherd. A portrait about a down-to-earth Walser woman, who passionately likes to break new ground - even if she has to pave the way in red cut protection pants and a power saw.
    • 04/12/2018
    • Winter Activities
    • Louisa Hieke

    Winter tips off the beaten track

    Take a break from skiing or maybe the snowflakes are so thick, you can't see your own hand? That sounds like a day full of coziness and a hot cup of chocolate!
  • Graffiti artist Robert Wilhelm Crystal Ground | © Heim und Gruber GbR
    • 30/11/2018
    • Winter Activities
    • Katharina Kleiter

    Because graffiti and boardsports simply belong together!

    3, 2, 1 - and go! The Kleinwalsertal is ready for the upcoming winter season. That's because in the last few weeks, everyone was working a lot, to get everything ready. Also in the Crystal Ground Snowpark: Graffiti artist Robert Wilhelm was around, to give some obstacles a new, unique design ...
  • The Snow Shifters of Kleinwalsertal | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | photographer: Hermann Türtscher
    • 15/11/2018
    • Winter Activities
    • Britta Maier

    The Snow Shifters

    Snow is the lifeblood of winter sports destinations like Kleinwalsertal. But who cares about getting through the streets, sidewalks and winter hiking trails every day in winter?
  •  Peter Hammerer on sleigh ride | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Photographer: Dominik Berchtold
    • 03/10/2018
    • Winter Activities
    • Susa Schreiner

    On skids through the fairytale landscape

    A snow-covered landscape, under the runners crunching snow, a refreshing breath of wind on the face ... Join us on a sleigh ride, which remains unforgotten.
  • Hiking on rainy days | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Photographer: Dominik Berchtold
    • 26/09/2018
    • Summer Activities
    • Louisa Hieke

    11 Kleinwalsertal Rain-Rules

    You have planned your vacation without rain? Do not worry, we'll start with the best indoor and outdoor tips for the sporty, the thirsty and the adventurous!
  • Young shepherds on the Bärgunt | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Photographer: Andre Tappe
    • 29/08/2018
    • Summer Activities | Culture
    • Britta Maier

    Two half-pint herders and their summer on the Alpe Bärgunt

    Titus Moosbrugger (11) and Magnus Huber (12) are off up the Alpe Bärgunt again. The reason? To keep watch over Kleinwalsertal’s largest herd of 280 livestock.
  • Eselwandern im Kleinwalsertal | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus | Fotograf: Carolin Schratt
    • 20/08/2018
    • Recuperation | Summer Activities
    • Carolin Schratt

    Slowing down on a Donkey Trail Challenge

    Serenity, enjoyment, surpassing comfort zones ... Five tricks that can be seen when leading donkeys through the mountains.
  • Cheese sale at the weekly market | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Photographer: Frank Drechsel
    • 26/07/2018
    • Culinary
    • Louisa Hieke

    Fresh & local products - farm shops in Kleinwalsertal

    The smoked bacon from the farmer next door, the matured cheese from the dairy Stutzalpe or rather the mountain blossom honey directly from Kleinwalsertal? This is regionality - plus you know where it comes from! Enjoy!