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Your way to the Aadla chalet village
in Schröcken on the Arlberg

The Aadla chalet village is situated at 1,500 metres above sea level just above the village of Schröcken, in the Austrian province of Vorarlberg. Not far from the chalet village, the valley station of the Saloberjet leads directly into the "Ski Arlberg" ski area with 305 kilometres of pistes. 

The well-maintained Hochtannberg road brings you safely to Aadla Chaletdorf in the sunny district of Nesslegg. 

Lageplan Aadla Chalets | Chalet am Arlberg
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Sunny top location 

In winter, the sunny Aadla Chalets welcome you directly at the valley slope of Austria's largest skiing area, the "Ski Arlberg".
The bus stop for the hiking/skiing bus is directly at the entrance to the Aadla chalet village and the valley station with restaurants, ski school, ski lift as well as outdoor providers, walking paths and children's activities is only 5 minutes away!

In summer, you will find numerous hiking trails right outside your chalet door, so your car can stay parked.

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Dornbirn-North & B200
On the motorway, take the Dornbirn-Nord exit.
There, the new roundabout leads you directly onto the B200 towards Bregenzerwald.

Follow the B200 to Schröcken (no more turn-off to the Aadla).
UPDATE: From 15.12.2019 motorway vignette exemption up to the Dornbirn-Nord/Bregenzerwald exit!

Dornbirn & St. Anton
In winter Dornbirn - and in summer also St. Anton - is our nearest train station. You can continue by bus to Schröcken. The bus stop is right next to the chalet.
There is also a shuttle service to Schröcken. This is subject to a charge and must be booked in advance.

Airport transfer optional
Our nearest airports are Zurich, Munich, Innsbruck, Friedrichshafen and Altenrhein.
There is an airport transfer to Schröcken. This is subject to a charge and must be booked in advance.

Lech - Warth
From the beginning of December (or earlier, depending on the weather), the connecting road from Lech to Warth will be closed and not reopened until spring. This should be noted especially when using navigation systems, as the systems often do not know about the closure. Otherwise you will have to take detours of several hours. In winter, it is advisable to take snow chains with you.


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