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Sareis Chairlift, Malbun

(4.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Take Sareis Chairlift to experience bird's-eye views of Liechtenstein and neighboring Austria from 2,000 m (6,562 ft) above sea level. Ski and snowboard in the winter, or hike to the Pfälzerhütte hut in the summer. The red runs from the top offer relatively undemanding cruising paths and pistes. When you get hungry, you can dine at the large sun terrace of the nearby restaurant. You may want to rent a three-wheeled go-cart so you can bump your way down the gravel path back to Malbun. You cannot park next to the ski lift, so either ski over from the other nearby lift, or take the bus. Before you head to Malbun, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Malbun itinerary planner, to make sure you see all that Malbun has to offer, including Sareis Chairlift.
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  • At the top you can enjoy this n really nice panorama, slopes that descend are quiet and practically for everyone, but don't expect big chills ... Worth a try, however the choice is not wide
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  • We had a hotel in Malbun and took the opportunity to ride with the cable car. It is already up in 7 minutes. You can also walk up. The view is gorgeous and in the restaurant above can you eat also what.
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  • We used the lift to get up to the top to go down. It went easily and painlessly. When we arrived at the top, there stood a man to accept and make sure that we got safely by. He could on our summer outfit fail to see that we have stood by ski lifts, numerous times. He just wanted to make sure that it went well.
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