The most important thing first: In winter there is a permanent road closure on the L198 between Lech and Warth due to avalanche danger. Warth is therefore accessible in winter exclusively via the Bregenzerwald (L200) or the Tyrolean Lechtal (L198). Many navigation systems do not have this information and still navigate you over the Arlbergpass. The frustration is then great, because before the barrier it goes no further and the detour takes up to 2 hours.
Arrival by car
From Oberau in the direction of Garmisch-Partenkirchen – Reutte – Warth.
A8 to Ulm/Eichingen – A7 to Füssen – Reutte – Warth
OR: A8 direction Ulm – A96 direction Wangen im Allgäu – border crossing Lindau/Hörbranz – A14 Lauterach – Bregenzerwald/Achraintunnel – Bezau – Schröcken – Warth
A1 – St. Margarethen – A 13 – Au/CH – Lustenau – Dornbirn – Bödele – Bezau – Schröcken – Warth
Bern – Zurich – St. Margarethen – A 13 – Au/CH – border crossing Lustenau – Dornbirn – Bödele -Bezau – Schröcken – Warth
Como – Lugano – Chur – N13 – Au/CH – border crossing Lustenau – Dornbirn – Bödele – Bezau -Schröcken – Warth
Arrival by train
The nearest train stations are in Dornbirn (60km) or in Bregenz (70km). In addition, the train stations in St. Anton am Arlberg (30km) as well as in Langen am Arlberg (30km) are available in summer. From all train stations there are bus connections to Warth.
Arrival by plane
The nearest airports are:
Munich, D (216km)
Zurich, CH (201km)
Memmingen, D (148km)
Innsbruck, A (122km in summer, 149km in winter)
Friedrichshafen, D (106km)
St. Gallen, CH (78km)
Our complete address
Alpin – Studios & Suites
Family Belinda and Mathias Fritz
6767 Warth, Vorarlberg