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[nüüs] - News from Kleinwalsertal
The Nüüs contains stories from Kleinwalsertal, the most beautiful cul-de-sac in the world - who we are, how we live, what we do. Cohesion, a lot of passion and an eye for details make it possible that we and our guests feel at home. Read here why Kleinwalsertal is special then come and see for yourself!
SuMMER NÜÜS 2021 - The best stories
DOMINIK BROMM IN INTERVIEW
If you look up the term "diversity" in the dictionary, the name Dominik Bromm could just as easily be found there. His day is packed: 7.30 a.m. working as a blacksmith in Riezlern, 10 p.m. performance as DJ Craxx in front of 1,200 people. And sometimes he comes home "at 5 a.m., shower, jump into the traditional costumes and stand at 6 a.m. at the wake-up call with the traditional band." The Kleinwalsertaler doesn't like it to be boring!
HIKING FROM COURSE TO COURSE ON THE CULINARY HIKE
Three courses at three different restaurants, in between there are new perspectives and impressive natural sites. The culinary hike is from 28th of May to 18th October 2020 and is a journey of discovery for the senses. All you need is a little bit of time and your eyes and ears open. With the motto "Tastefully through the valley", you will find diverse impressions of nature and fantastic panoramic views combined with the finest culinary delights.
WINTER NÜÜS 2020/2021 - BEST OF
THE SCHLÖSSLE LIFT - A FEELING OF HOME
The Schlösslelift in Hirschegg is more than just a drag lift - it is a children's paradise, a nostalgic oasis and a meeting point for locals. For Susa Schreiner, the feeling of home arises when, after a long time, she takes another lap at the Schlössle. A special feature of the lift: it is the last one of its kind in the valley, because at Schlösslelift you still get passed the handl by two charming lift men Georg and Georgi.
WHEN THE SPARKS FLY
The spark fire, or "Funken", is one of the oldest traditions in Vorarlberg and is used to drive out winter. This tradition was interrupted in 2012, not least because of the time-consuming organization, but has been revived in Kleinwalsertal since 2019. A lot of work and attention to detail went into the preparation, from the cross-generational structure to the final spectacle. And the effort is worth it, because the sparks from the 16-meter-high tower not only bring joy to children's eyes.