Hotel at Schruns

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Schruns is the ideal starting point for hiking and visiting the valley throughout the year.

Schruns is an Austrian town in the district of Bludenz, in Vorarlberg, designated as a market town in 1927. Its historic centre attracts many visitors thanks to its lovely pedestrian area, perfect for relaxing walks during the whole year with many shops to enjoy. In addition to numerous shops and cafés, Schruns also has a local museum and an art forum. The Schrunser Aktivpark Montafon in Schruns-Tschagguns also offers a tennis hall and an artificial indoor skating rink. A beautiful walk along the banks of the Litz allows you to relax while walking in an enchanting and relaxing nature.

Schruns is the ideal starting point for hiking and visiting the valley throughout the year.

In summer, you can reach the heights by cable car to enjoy the beautiful panorama and choose from a variety of outdoor activities for the whole family. Bikers enthusiasts will find over 300 kilometers of signposted mountain bike trails, making Schruns-Tschagguns an attractive destination for sports enthusiasts.

Schruns-Tschagguns is also home to Aktivpark Montafon, Vorarlberg's largest sports and leisure park with an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor children's park, an adventure forest, a skate park, tennis courts and much more.

In winter, the Hochjoch ski area can be reached quickly. Here, winter sports enthusiasts will find endless perfect ski slopes to enjoy and do what they love the most. The Kreuzjochsattel, a vantage point from which you can experience the Rätikon mountain world up close, can be also reached by panoramic cable car.

- Lovely historic centre

- Wide pedestrian area full of shops

- More than 300 km of mountain bike trails

- Aktivpark Montafon

- Large ski slopes

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