The Propel Conference isn’t just about learning. You will have the opportunity to explore Vorarlberg with a series of post trips too, straight after the conference, from July 4-6.
Vorarlberg stretches some 100km from north to south, from the shores of Lake Constance to the high alps.
Shaped by different landscapes and forms of living, each region has a distinct character of its own. Here are the six regional post trips available as part of the Propel Conference coming up this July.
More details coming soon on how to sign up.
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Immerse and reflect in Bodensee Vorarlberg:
Where nature meets culture on the shores of Lake Constance
Do you enjoy music, contemporary art and architecture? Delightful days await in the Bodensee-Vorarlberg region within the vibrant and exciting cities of Bregenz, Dornbirn, Hohenems and Feldkirch. Nature is at its most enchanting on the shores and mountaintops surrounding Lake Constance. This is the perfect setting for all sorts of excursions around the lake and there are plenty of bicycle trails to choose from for lake and mountain adventures. Events such as the Bregenz Festival attract international attention, while the area’s modern architecture and museums allow visitors to open up new perspectives.
Experience Lake Constance from the inside and out. View more at www.bodensee-vorarlberg.com #bodenseevorarlberg
Nicely designed and well-built:
Bregenzerwald’s harmonious architecture in the middle of mountainous landscapes
Fancy experiencing the finer things in life? Popular with skiing and hiking enthusiasts, Bregenzerwald is the place for those who appreciate a little luxury. It’s famed for its harmonious architecture and innovative handicrafts. Bregenzerwald’s 23 villages are located southeast of Lake Constance. The local people have always taken great pains to manage their environment in tune with a landscape shaped by agriculture. The villages have a striking appearance, with a surprising and exciting mix of traditional and contemporary architecture which can be discovered on foot or by bike.
Enjoy the beauty, fine dining and harmonious architecture in the Bregenzerwald and visit www.bregenzerwald.at #visitbregenzerwald
From farm to table:
Kleinwalsertal: the most delightful impasse of Austria
Want to escape your daily routine and enjoy the fresh mountain air? Rejuvenate and relax in the beautiful mountain area of Kleinwalsertal. The 36 mountain peaks which encircle this idyllic valley are only accessible by road from Germany. Regionalism and hospitality are top priorities in Kleinwalsertal. GenussWirte (gourmet chefs) and GenussHütten (gourmet huts) prepare dishes primarily with locally sourced ingredients. Every GenussLandwirte (gourmet farmer) is committed to natural, small-scale production and work on a daily basis with cattle in natural surroundings, guaranteeing the origin of the animals and where they graze.
Discover how people in Kleinwalsertal cultivate their local resources to create delicious results at www.kleinwalsertal.com. #kleinwalsertal
For the body and soul:
Visit Lech am Arlberg, the place to be for enjoyable activities and culinary delights
Couple high-quality cuisine with swathes of landscapes for outdoor adventure, and the choice becomes clear for an Austrian break: the fairy-tale Lech am Arlberg! Summer is the time to hike through meadows of wildflowers against the backdrop of staggering mountain scenery en route to emerald-hued mountain lakes and stunning viewpoints. When the first rays of sunshine beam carefully over the peaks to the west and the dew still lies on the mountain meadow you’ll find the right place to feel peace and draw energy. Meanwhile gourmet food lovers can look forward to a remarkable selection of top-quality restaurants recognised with Toques from Gault&Millau, earning it the nickname “World Gourmet Village”.
Find the rhythm, feel the heartbeat and open your eyes in Lech am Arlberg – check out www.lechzuers.com. #lechzuers
Navigate the rough and the smooth:
Discover Brandnertal on two wheels
With Lünersee, the blue pearl of the Rätikon at its head and at the foot of Schesaplana, the highest mountain of the Rätikon range, it’s no wonder that Brandnertal is often referred to as the most beautiful end to a valley in the Alps. And with all that beauty comes so much fun and variety. Challenge yourself and push things to the limit with a mountain biking experience. Try one of several bike trails in the valley where you can take a break at the magnificent sights of the mountain panorama and stop for a snack at one of the alpine huts. Not enough? Bikepark Brandnertal offers easy to medium level tracks and guarantees downhill fun for both beginners and advanced.
Choose from number of trails at www.brandnertal.at. #brandnertal
Up and down in Vorarlberg’s highest mountains:
Bike and hike in Montafon
Want to feel the flow of energy in the mountains? Enjoy the stillness of nature? Hike to your heart’s content, or glide over magnificent ski slopes in winter? Choose Montafon! Mighty chains of mountains ring the valley in southern Vorarlberg and 11 villages provide scenic hiking and mountain bike trails, as well as fast ski runs and free-riding slopes. For a little more adventure, experience a high-alpine glacier hike in the mountain-sides of Silvretta or take on a bike and hike tour to one of many alpine huts.
Visit www.montafon.at for real mountains and real experiences in Montafon. #meinmontafon