Vorarlberg (German pronunciation: [ˈfoːɐ̯ʔaʁlbɛʁk]) is the westernmost federation state (Bundesland) of Austria. Although it has the second-smallest area (Vienna is the smallest) and population (Burgenland is less populated), it has the second-highe…
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Salginatobel Bridge is a reinforced concrete arch bridge designed by renowned Swiss civil engineer Robert Maillart.
Montafon is a valley in Austria that extends from the city of Bludenz to the Silvretta mountain range.
The Blons avalanches in Austria was one of the worst mass burials by avalanche in recorded history.
The Sunniberg Bridge is a cable-stayed road bridge near Klosters in Switzerland.
The Rätikon is a mountain range of the Central Eastern Alps located at the border between Vorarlberg, Liechtenstein and Graubünden. It is the geological border between the Eastern and Western Alps and stretches from the Montafon as far as the Rhine.…
The Zimba, elevation 2,645 m (8,678 ft), is the most familiar mountain in the Austrian mountain range called Rätikon. Located in the hinterland of Bludenz, this horn is the landmark of Montafon valley and especially of the main village of Schruns. T…
The Schesaplana is the highest mountain in the Rätikon mountain range at the border between Vorarlberg, Austria and Graubuenden, Switzerland.
The Sulzfluh is a mountain in the Rätikon range of the Alps, located on the border between Austria and Switzerland. The closest locality is St.
The Bezirk Bludenz is an administrative district (Bezirk) in Vorarlberg, Austria.
Lüner Lake (German Lünersee) is a large lake near the town of Bludenz in Vorarlberg, Austria.
The Drusenfluh is a mountain in the Rätikon mountain range (Alps), located on the border between Austria and Switzerland. According to the Swisstopo map, the mountain both includes the 2827 m Drusenfluh on the border and the three peaks named the de…
Schiers is a station on the Landquart-Davos railway line. Westbound, there are three trains per hour towards Lanquart (RE2/RE3/R21/S8). RE2/R21 trains terminate at Landquart, but two trains per hour continue to Chur and beyond.
Saas is a station on the Landquart-Davos railway line.
The Meng River originates from the Red Wall mountain gorge at 2,390 metres (7,840 ft) above sea level. It flows through the Gamperdonatal in a northern direction, where it unites in the municipality of Nenzing with the Ill.
The Madrisa (or Madrisahorn) is a mountain in the Rätikon mountain range, overlooking Klosters in the Swiss canton of Graubünden.
The Litz River originates from a 7-part spring near the „Fresch Alpe“ on approximately 1,800 m above sea level.