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The Montafon Brandnertal




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The Montafon Brandnertal Ski Resort, located in the Montafon Valley in Vorarlberg, Austria, offers a diverse skiing experience with a rich history and a vibrant après-ski scene. 

The area is a combination of the neighboring ski areas of Silvertta Montafon, Golm and Brandnertal, providing visitors with a combined ski terrain and a wide range of amenities. It sits right at the Western tip of Austria near the boarder with Liechtenstein and Switzerland. 

The Montafon Brandnertal Ski area is renowned for its natural beauty and picturesque alpine villages. The Montafon Valley has a long-standing tradition as a ski destination, with some of its villages dating back to the Middle Ages. 

The resort seamlessly combines modern infrastructure with the charm of traditional alpine architecture. Visitors can explore the quaint streets, visit historic landmarks, and immerse themselves in the local culture. 

The ski km are seperated into 4 distinct areas which can be accessed by ski bus, but will obviously be easiest by car, but the key towns of Schruns, St. Anton im Montafon and Bludenz are also on a train line. 

Schruns is the largest town in the Montafon valley and the main hub for the ski area. It is a lively town with a wide range of amenities, including restaurants, bars, shops, and hotels. 

St. Anton im Montafon is a smaller town located in the Montafon valley. It is a quieter town with a more traditional Alpine feel. St. Anton is a great choice for skiers and snowboarders who are looking for a more relaxed ski vacation. The town is also home to some of the best off-piste skiing in the area. 

Bludenz is the capital of the Vorarlberg region and is located at the southern end of the Montafon valley. Bludenz is a great choice for skiers and snowboarders who are looking for a more urban ski vacation. The town is home to a number of museums, art galleries, and restaurants. Bludenz is also a great base for exploring the surrounding mountains.

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Being on the outer Western limb of Austria, there's a few options to get there. 

It's a 2hr drive from Innsbruck or Zurich. 

Make sure to use Innsbruck if you're planning to visit by public transport.

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1hr 45 from Innsbruck to Blundez. 

You need to transfer to the S4 Regional line at Bludenz, this serves several of the resorts in the area. 

The Branderal is accessible from Bludenz by busline. 

S4 transfers don't take long: It's 20min to Schruns, the furthest resort from Bludenz

The easiest way to plan train travel is use The Trainline (click the logo below)

This is because it's the most comprehensive integration of all European train operators, so you can even plan cross-border travel.

On average you can book 3-4 months in advance, read our full Guide to European Rail travel

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The Flixbus , takes you all the way to Bludenz. From there, you can take the Montafonerbahn train to the Montafon.

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