Over valleys, on peaks and Schiller's nose Two unequal neighbours rise above Bludenz. As part of a panoramic round tour from Bürserberg, you can experience double summit happiness on the Mondspitze and the Schillerkopf, a mini-thousand-thousand-metre peak.


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An Alpine town that lies at the foot of the two peaks, the convergence of five valleys directly below and a 360-degree panorama: Can a panoramic hike offer more? In fact, the highlights of the summit tour, which begins on the lovely high plateau of the Tschengla, leads past alpine pastures, over saddles, through enchanting meadows and forests, are not easy to top.

And one or the other challenge is also waiting for the hikers.

Above all, the ascent from Klampera Sättele through the north (east) flank of the Mondspitze to the summit (1967 m) makes the heart of an alpine hiker beat faster. This hike could also be described as a five-valley tour.

With every metre you can see that the Moon's Point and Schiller's Head are not only above the alpine town of Bludenz, but also at the intersection of the Klostertal, Montafon, Brandnertal, Walgau and Großer Walsertal.

This cornucopia of valleys becomes really conscious for the first time after the Furklaalpe.

There is also a spectacular view down into the Rhine Valley. The panorama is surpassed immediately afterwards on the summit of the Mondspitze, where the Tyrolean and Swiss mountains join the panorama.

This view then accompanies us as far as the Schillerkopf, where just below the summit, nature as a top task offers the largest gypsumoline in Vorarlberg, 100 metres deep and 200 metres wide.