Cable cars around Lake Constance

in winter
Äscher Wildkirchli Ebenalp

Wasserauen-Ebenalp cable car

The cable car takes you up to 1,644 m in the Alpstein mountains, an ideal starting point for both relaxing and demanding hikes. Experience the mystical atmosphere of the...
Panoramic view over Lake Constance from the Rheineck-Walzenhausen rack railway

Rheineck-Walzenhausen rack railway

Leaving from the charming village of Rheineck in the Rhine valley, enjoy a romantic journey to Walzenhausen in the Appenzell foothills with the rack railway. Take the...

The Pfänderbahn cable car in Bregenz

With its unique 1,064 m view over Lake Constance, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and 240 alpine peaks, the Pfänder is the most famous viewpoint in the region. Whether you are...
Mittag cableway, Immenstadt close to Lake Constance

Mittag cable car Immenstadt

Germany’s longest double chairlift (2,220 m) carries passengers from 720 m to 1,452 m. There is a restaurant at mid-station, and a large children’s playground. The summit...
hiking on the Hündle

Hündle cable car

The Hündle cable car stops at the starting point of numerous hikes, many of which are pushchair-friendly. The summer toboggan run, which starts right next to the valley...
Imberg cable car Oberstaufen

Imberg cable car

The Imberg cable car takes you to a wonderful hiking area amid the Nagelfluhkette nature park. It can also accommodate pushchairs and bicycles. The Alpine discovery trail is...
Erlebnisrundfahrt mit der Zahnradbahn

Rorschach-Heiden rack railway

The Lake Constance rack railway goes from Rorschach to the attractive Biedermeier village of Heiden. Enjoy the pleasant rail journey for stunning views over Lake Constance,...

Night tobogganing

Gliding swiftly through the night. Tobogganing is always great fun, no matter how old you are. But it is even more exciting at night! Race down Voralberg’s longest...

Fit and healthy

Unleash your energy with NIA and fitness. Relax with yoga and qigong, or enjoy a swim in the forest. Discover the latest outdoor trends of reactive walking and slow jogging....