Growing up in the Wood Shingle Paradise Schwarzenberg
Peter Fetz is a true Schwarzenberg native. He has worked in Paris, London and Vienna. Then he started to miss his beloved mountains and the genuine appreciation of nature and wood.
Delicious mountain cheese, stories of strong women and concerts amid rolling meadows: It is definitely very rewarding to take a walk with „Umgang Bregenzerwald“ to dive deeper into the life and history of this valley.
by Katja Guttmann
In the Bregenzerwald, people build sustainably with wood and live in harmony with nature. People treat one another and nature with respect and have done so for many centuries. Locals are especially creative, open-minded, and hospitable. If you want to experience this first-hand, “Umgang Bregenzerwald'' is an excellent way to start: Choose from thirteen walks through twelve villages with especially interesting architecture, all selected by a team of architects. Along those walks, information columns that reach to your hip offer details on history, people, and architecture. If you don’t have time to complete all thirteen walks, we have compiled a list of the seven most intriguing highlights from all twelve villages.