The cradle of alpine skiing is also inspiring in the summer. Walkers, mountain and rock climbers will find a large selection of routes, from easily accessible up to high-alpine. 300 kilometres of marked walking paths, awarded with the Tirol Walking Stamp of Quality, offer fresh possibilities every day to experience the wide-ranging mountain world of the Arlberg. Mountain bikers have over 200 kilometres of tracks and numerous tour variants. In addition, the sloping six-hole golf course in the Nasserein district is a challenge for even experienced golfers.
Families can enjoy gentle experiences on the adventure walks, which appeal to all the senses. The new Wonder Wander Way around the Senn Hut, at an altitude of 1500 metres, familiarises one with alpine nature. A rather more spectacular sight is the "Arlberger Supersauser": the summer railway toboggan run races over 680 metres down the mountain into Pettneu. Guests can stretch out and simply allow themselves to be spoiled at the leisure and wellness areas of the ARLBERG-well.com or in the Wellnesspark Arlberg Stanzertal in Pettneu.
Those who would like to clamber happily amongst the trees and swing from tree to tree like Tarzan and Jane, will find the correct location in the high and low wire garden in Verwall.
With numerous events from mid-June to the end of September, the summer holiday-makers have more than enough opportunities to discover the local traditions and customs – village festivals, music festivals and summer pasture celebrations as well as Masses on the mountain and the ceremonial driving down of the cattle from the mountain pastures in the autumn. The Bike Week and an International Film Festival round off the summer programme.