In case”Bregenzerwald” and”Vorarlberg” sound familiar to long-time readers of the site, the rationale is that I’ve been around with all the family three years ago in the summertime. We loved our stay after I watched Warth temporarily last year about the MDV Transalp I decided it’d be exactly the perfect place to go after ISPO 2019. But as skiing alone is boring and making pictures of one ski alone is pretty difficult, I asked my friend Björn from the St. Bergweh Blog when he want to accompany me. Björn is a wonderful Snowboarder and people have values that are comparable, so when he agreed to join on this excursion, I was happy! What follows are just a few visual impressions from the weekend at Warth, the post will follow in just a bit!
We skied both on the slopes of Warth-Schröcken along with Ski Arlberg, to which the former belongs, while the latter is that the biggest skiing resort of Austria. But apart from hitting on the slopes we also found a few areas.
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We were fortunate enough to also fulfill Nina along with Dirk and have an enjoyable afternoon with them. They know a good deal of great spots that are secret and live throughout the down ski season in Vorarlberg!