Motorcycle trip: 3 days in the three-country corner

From the Montafon over the most beautiful passes in the tri-border region

The Montafon Valley is surrounded by beautiful, winding pass roads and the ideal base to explore them on a motorcycle. We present 3 eventful day tours from short to extensive that you can do from Schruns. And then? You relax your “Sitzfleisch” (= Austrian for gluteal muscles) with a beer on the terrace or in Adler’s sweat stoba.

Collect passports in the tri-border region

The short local tour – Silvretta / Bielerhöhe

The Silvretta-Hochalpenstraße leads in 33 hairpin bends to Bielerhöhe and the beautiful Silvrettasee. It is rightly called one of the dream roads in the Alps. The highest passable pass in the Montafon is at the foot of the Piz Buin (3,312m), the highest mountain in Vorarlberg. You can enjoy the imposing mountain scenery either on a hike around Lake Silvretta or in one of the restaurants and popular biker meeting places on the Bielerhöhe.

Route: Schruns – Silvrettasee / Bielerhöhe – Ischgl – return
Length: 100 km
Altitude meters: 4,944m
The highest point: 2,036m
Incline max .: 10%
Tolls: Yes
Winter closure: Yes

Vorarlberg Totale – The winding road over four passes in Vorarlberg

The tour leads with moderate difficulty from Schruns over the Arlberg pass road and the Flexen pass to the mountain village of Lech and further into the Bregenzerwald. Via the idyllic Walser village of Warth, you reach the Hochtannbergpass in the middle of a beautiful high alpine pasture. The Hochtannbergpass separates the Allgäu Alps from the Lechquellen Mountains. The route continues over the Furkajoch to Laterns – a winding pass road with some bottlenecks has to be overcome here.

Route: Schruns – Arlberg Pass – Flexen Pass – Warth / Schröcken – Hochtannberg Pass – Damüls – Furkarjoch – Laturns – Schruns
Length: 156 km
Altitude meters: ↗9343m ↘9343m
The highest point: Flexenpass 1784m
Incline max .: 14.5%
Tolls: Yes
Winter closure: Furkajoch and the Arlberg pass road are often closed in winter due to snow.

Cross-border commuters – the demanding circuit in the triangle

An extensive tour over four passes (Silvretta / Bielerhöhe, Reschenpass, Stilfserjoch & Flüelpass) that lead through Austria, Italy and Switzerland. For those with stamina, this can also be done in one day, otherwise a stopover with an overnight stay is recommended. The absolute highlight of the tour is probably the Stilfser Joch. The pass road with 63 bends is one of the most difficult in the Alps. The “Parco Nazionale dello Stelvio” includes the Ortler area with its almost 4000 meter high peaks, glacial lakes and alpine pastures.

Route: Schruns – Silvretta / Bielerhöhe – Ischgl – Serfaus – Nauders – Reschenpass (AUT / IT) – Stilfserjoch (IT / CH) – Umbrailpass – Ofenpass – Zernez – Flüelapass (CH) – Davos – Vaduz (LI) – Schruns
Length: 408 km
Altitude meters: ↗24.699m ↘24.699m
The highest point: Stilfser Joch at 2758m
Incline max .: 14.8%
Tolls: Yes
Winter closure: Yes

Your base

After the tour is before the tour and that’s why you should end every day comfortably. In our cozy apartments, in the spa area or in the adjoining restaurants in the village center.

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