Sports, culture and excursions can be perfectly combined at Alpencamping Nenzing.
Sports, enjoyment of nature or cultural discoveries. Alpencamping Nenzing enjoys an ideal location for excursions.
So much to do. Get going!
What’s your favourite thing to do on holiday? Those looking for peace will get their money’s worth as will active guests and culture buffs. Hiking trails, mountain bike routes and ski slopes are nearby. Guided programmes and day trips take place regularly. At the idyllic Nenzinger Himmel or to Switzerland’s Bernina Express, for example.
Mountain experiences in summer
How practical! There are numerous hiking trails and mountain bike routes in close proximity. Around the camping site, at Brandnertal, Montafon, the biosphere park Grosses Walsertal, Klostertal, on the Arlberg and in neighbouring Switzerland. In most places, mountain railways bring you up to the summits. Some of the most beautiful destinations are Alpe Gamp (1.5-hour walk) and Nenzinger Himmel. Or you can take part in one of our regular guided hikes.
Mountain experiences in winter
The large, well-known ski regions in Vorarlberg are nearby. Lech-Zürs am Arlberg, Montafon, Sonnenkopf im Klostertal and Brandnertal. Small, family-friendly ski regions are located near Nenzing (Gurtis-Bazora) and at Grosses Walsertal. The winter hit: ski touring, guided by manager Josef, an experienced ski instructor and mountain guide.
From moutainbiking to rafting
Cyclists can race through the plains of Walgau and Rheintal to Lake Constance. You can also travel there or back again by train. Golf players find a whopping three courses within a 10 km radius – in Bludenz-Braz, Brand and Schruns-Tschagguns. There are indoor tennis courts in Nenzing and the lakes and mountain rivers are ideal for fishing, canyoning and rafting. If you want, why not go tandem paragliding at Montafon?
Excursions and discoveries
Do you feel like going into nature? Then hit Nenzinger Himmel or drive to Lake Constance and go on a voyage. Impressive: Silvretta High Alpine Road twisting from the valley head up the mountain with many bends. Feel like strolling through town? The closest towns are Bludenz and Feldkirch with their medieval centres. Want to cross borders? Then go to Liechenstein or Switzerland. To Chur, home of the Bernina-Express. To Appenzell or St. Gallen.
Music and museums
There’s a lot of music in Vorarlberg, particularly in summer. The opera performances of the Bregenz Festival on the floating Seebühne stage at Lake Constance are spectacular. Driving there takes about 30 minutes. Remise Bludenz, Propstei St. Gerold at Grosses Walsertal and Montforthaus Feldkirch host concerts and much more. Museum trips are great in any weather. Our tips: the adventure nature exhibition with Science Center in Dornbirn, Schattenburgmuseum at the defiant castle in Feldkirch, Kunsthaus Bregenz for aficionados of contemporary art. 30 min.