Sommerurlaub-Mösli-Flirsch

Popular destinations

Popular destinations

Swimming, Wellness & Tennis. As well as visiting our indoor pool you can go and spend time in our beautiful Arlberg-well swimming pool (Arlberg-well.com). One of the ingredients for your perfect summer vacation.

Additionally, to the pool, you can use the Sauna, steam bath, infrared cabin and brine baths. For those who enjoy tennis, there is a high- quality tennis court in St. Anton.
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Stockibach & Stockiquelle

You can reach the waterfall of the Stockibach by a short and easy hike. You will be rewarded with a breathtaking, beautiful view of St. Anton and the nearby mountains.

Use the observation deck to watch the impressive waterfall of the Stockiquelle. The water is on it’s long (2.700km) way to finally lead into the black sea.
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High rope course

The high rope course of St. Anton is located in the “Verwalltal”. Situated in the woods, directly at the bank of the Rosanna river you will find the pure adventure in heights between 6 and 8 meters. Together with your guide, you balance on tree trunks, climb rope ladders and much more.

You will need a portion of bravery and stamina to master the course containing eight stations. There is a separate route for children as well.
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Mösli near by Flirsch

If you are a nature lover and you are interested in the glacial period, a visit of the Mösli von Flirsch is a must.

The old town Flirsch with its extraordinary Baroque Church is worth a visit as well. If you want to take something with you, we highly recommend going for original Tyrolean dairy products you can get at the local alpine dairy. You will experience a unique variety of landscape in this region, regarding the steps of vegetation since the last ice-age. You will see sparse glaciers, mosses, bushes as well as larch, spruce and arolla pine woods.
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The Vallugaspitze

With a height of 2.809m, the Vallugaspitze ("Peak Valuga") is known as the highest mountain of the Arlberg- region and offers you a unique view above the Tyrolean Alps. If the sight is bright, you can see the Allgäu, Verwallgruppe, Ötztaler Alpen,Stubaier Alpen as well as the Silvretta, the Rätikons and Piz Kersch.

Andreas Madlener was the first human being conquering the Valluga in 1877. If you do not want to hike, you can use the cable car to get up the summit.
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