In winter the Aadla chalets are located directly at the valley run of the Arlberg ski area. which is known as Austrias largest connected ski area.
The tobbogan run, restaurant and guids for your outdoor adventure are also in wallking distance,
In summer you are right in the middle of the fantastic mountain panorama where the valleys Bregenzerwald, Walsertal, Lechtal and Arlberg meet. Various walks, hikes and outdoor attractions start in front of your chalet door.
The Aadla is located at 5,000ft above sea level, near the L200 in the district of Bregenz, in the Austrian province of Vorarlberg.
Schröcken lies between 4,000 and 5,000 ft above sea level and reaches up to the Körbersee on 5,500ft. The village center with the striking church is on 4,200 ft above sea level.
Follow the course of the road for 3 kilometers. There you will find your destination, the Aadla Walser Chalets at the district Nesslegg.
Arriving by car
Dornbirn-North & B200
Take the motorway exit Dornbirn-Nord.
There the roundabout leads you directly on the highway B200 direction „Bregenzerwald“.
Follow the B200 to Schröcken, Nesslegg 124 (it is a single road that leads you directly to Schröcken, Nesslegg).
Arrival by train
Dornbirn & St. Anton
In winter Dornbirn – and in summer in addition St. Anton – are our closest train stations.
From there you take the bus directly to Schröcken, which stops in the immediate vicinity of the chalets.
We can also organize a chargeable shuttle service for you, which must be booked in advance.
Arrival by plane
Our closest airports are Zurich, Munich, Innsbruck, Friedrichshafen and Altenrhein.
You can easily get a transfer service to Schröcken. Depending on the airport it will take between 2:15 and 3:00 hours to get to your chalet. Please note that this service is chargeable and must be booked in advance.
Lech – Warth
From the beginning of December (depending on the weather conditions even earlier), the road from Lech to Warth is closed and will be opened again in April. This is especially important when using navigation systems, as they often do not show the closure. Otherwise, you have to drive detours of several hours.