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Sareis Chairlift, Malbun

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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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  •  I went to the ski season in early March. Totally seeing scenery of the majestic mountains surrounding should be seen essentially as unfortunate, Koyuki, shame. Ride the chairlift, so exposed to the wind and snow during the normally very cold.  Liechtenstein Centre spread downward, at the foot of houses and other ski areas are found, but centered on the Rhine River Valley is invisible from spatial relationships. You can take 1 round trip in the Museum and Adventure Pass. You can go in about 30 minutes with the number 21 bus from Vaduz post.
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  • Look to Austria and Switzerland. Chairlift rather old, but efficiently. Beautiful climb - also for winter hikers. Rapid descent after a fine cakes or coffee on the splendid terrace.
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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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