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Kleinwalsertal Blog

Spectacular experiences in the Walser mountains, insider tips for trips with the family or 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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  • 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!
  • Sunrise Grünhorn | ©  Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Photographer: Dominik Berchtold
    • 27/06/2018
    • Summer Activities
    • Carolin Schratt

    7 reasons why mountain holidays is better than any beach holiday

    Of course, the sparkling sea, palm trees and beaches have its charms. But actually the mountains have a lot more to offer than the blue ocean - do you know why?
  • Butterfly paradise Kleinwalsertal | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Photographer: Oliver Farys
    • 15/06/2018
    • Summer Activities
    • Louisa Hieke

    Putting the facts on the table!

    There is always someone who came up with the idea of something new - in the case of BE[E]Kleinwalsertal this was Elmar Müller, our press spokesman. So unless he's hiking in the mountains with his daughter Emma, he'll come up with the wildest bee ideas. We want to know all the facts...
  • Blooming Garden | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Photographer: Louisa Hieke
    • 14/06/2018
    • Summer Activities
    • Louisa Hieke

    It grows and hums...

    Now it starts - the flowering garden in the context of the BE[E] Kleinwalsertal project arises. Read in a small diary about the creation of a habitat for various insect and wild bee species ...
  •  Finished honey from Achim Schneider | ©  Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Photographer: Dominik Berchtold
    • 01/06/2018
    • Culinary
    • Carolin Schratt

    Sweet temptations: Honey menus from the gourmet chefs

    You definitely have never tasted these honey creations - only at the Walser Gourmet Days from June 7th until June 10th, 2018!
  • Kneipp water-treading basin Kesselschwand | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Photographer: Oliver Farys
    • 14/05/2018
    • Summer Activities | Recuperation
    • Martin Schuster

    Nature experience area

    The nature experience spots are popular resting zones along the hiking trails. Their specialty: Silence your thoughts, cool your body on hot days and direct your senses. Come to rest! See tours to all spots.
  • Weekly market in Hirschegg | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Photographer: Oliver Farys
    • 23/04/2018
    • Culinary
    • Carolin Schratt

    Regional & specialties at the Walser weekly market

    From May, the peaceful village square in Hirschegg comes to life again. Every Friday. From you can stroll, feast and talk to the market people from 9.00 am to 12.30 pm.
  • Hählekopf im Hintergrund der Widderstein | © Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen | Fotograf: Chris Lemke
    • 21/02/2018
    • Winter Activities
    • Chris Lemke

    Ski Touring on the Hählekopf in Kleinwalsertal

    This mountain has beckoned us for a while now. The 2,058-metre high Hählekopf marks the westernmost point of the Schwarzwassertal and is the perfect place to enjoy a fabulous ski tour. The conditions happened to be just right, so we set off on a ski tour to the summit.
    • 20/02/2018
    • Winter Activities | Culinary
    • Susa Schreiner

    Hut tours with a difference: 3 courses in 3 huts

    A culinary hike. For our starter we’re heading to the Sonna Alp, the main course will be in the Maxhütte, and dessert will be served in the Bühlalpe. And all via easy paths and chair lifts, with breath-taking mountain views.