In between appointments and working hard this summer the team have been out exploring and we thought we’d show you what they’ve been up to and some of the wonderful places out here in the Arlberg.
Tucked away behind the pulley lifts in St Christoph, this little alpine lake is a paradise perfect for an afternoon sunbathe or a post-hike swim with the fishes.
Another lake tucked away in the beautiful valley of Verwall and surrounded by trees. The vibrant turquoise water makes this lake so stunning, it’s definitely worth a visit.
As it’s title suggests the views from this hike are stunning, looking down over St Anton or at the mountains in the distance, plenty of photo opportunities.
Even looking up at this mountain that towers high over St Anton am Arlberg, it looks quite spectacular but the views from the top make this challenging hike all worthwhile.
Ok so this one is a little bit further afield, but accessible from Lech via a short riverside walk. It’s a beautiful little waterfall and big enough for an afternoon swim.
I know we’ve talked about the Verwallsee but the hanging bridge by the dam in Verwall gives an equally stunning view of the river running down the valley.
Another summit to add to the list but arguably easier than the rest. Snap a picture by the cross with the town and mountains in the background.
Not it’s official title but the Gorge that leads through the valley behind the museum is beautiful, it’s a relatively easy hike and there are plenty of photo opportunities on this short stroll.
This reservoir hidden in the mountains behind Zurs and accessible from Lech is another sight to be seen. The turquoise water can be seen from summit hikes all around.
There are an abundance of mountain huts to be discovered in the Alberg, and every single one is unique and equally beautiful. Be sure to collect your stamps!
It would be rude to not include this in the list as it’s the highest point in the Arlberg. It’s a tough climb but it’s worth it for the views and definitely that sense of achievement!
The nature of the mountains in itself is so beautiful, from Alpine Roses to Edelweiss, from Ibex to Marmots Make sure you keep your cameras at the ready.
Ok so we’ve gone off onto a bit of a tangent now, but there’s no denying the skies out here in the Arlberg are definitely instagrammable!
Let’s face it. The Arlberg is a beautiful place to live, surrounded by mountains, filled with the best of the Alpine Nature and full of stunning architecture. We’re lucky to call this place home.
Share your photos with us @AlpineSportsPhysio for the chance to feature on our instagram. In the meantime, we’re just going to leave you with this picture of a cute little Marmot. Enjoy.