… with this abundance of options. Pick out your favourite leisure activity and then have fun!
BREGENZERWALD GUEST CARD
This card will grant you access to (almost) every summer facility in the Bregenz Forest. At any rate, it covers buses from Bregenz to Lech, 9 summer cable cars and 7 outdoor swimming pools. The Bregenzerwald Guest Card is available for stays of minimum three nights from May to October and covers the duration of your stay. It is included in your accommodation price and is available from Bregenzerwald Tourism, all cable car operators and tourist offices belonging to partner authorities.
HIKING ALONG BEAUTIFUL PATHS
Lace up your hiking boots, pack some provisions, don’t forget your Swiss army knife and the hiking adventure can begin! The hiking area in Au im Bregenzerwald offers endless adventures for experienced and less-experienced mountain goats. The Hotel Rössle is the ideal set off point for this purpose and the various summer cable cars in the region provide easy assistance for the first few metres.
UP AND DOWN BY BIKE
Sufficient gears and good brakes are absolutely essential for going biking in the Bregenz Forest, along with the usual safety equipment such as a helmet and gloves. Because, whether going uphill or downhill, having the right equipment will make travelling on our country roads, gravel paths, forest paths and off-road trails a pleasure in every respect.
BIKE TOURS TO SUIT EVERY TASTE
From gentle tours along the Bregenzer Ache to challenging mountain routes, the Bregenz Forest has everything the heart desires for mountain bike enthusiasts. Along with winding forest paths, there are also spectacular single track trails that guarantee adventure. On the gentle to medium level tours, once you reach a height of 400 to 600 metres above sea level, you have a breathtaking view of the Bregenz Forest mountains, the Allgäu Alps and even as far as Switzerland. Experienced bikers will find a biker’s paradise on the Schetteregg-Schreiberesattel or Diedamskopf-Neuhornbachhaus tours – including fine catering facilities.
CANYONING – EXTREME OFF-ROAD
The preferred route runs along the river bed, with jumps required wherever there are steps and instead of using an elevator, abseiling is called for. Immerse yourself in a mountain adventure world – in the truest sense!
CLIMB UNTL YOUR FINGERS BURN
Via ferratas of various difficulty levels bring joy to the hearts of every avid climber in Au and the surrounding area. Strength and physical fitness are the main requirements on the Abendrot via ferrata: (difficulty level E!) – and therefore unfortunately not recommended for beginners.
Whether canyoning, rafting, climbing or an adventure in the forest rope course…
Our outdoor partners offer a varied programme for action lovers.