Northwest of Innsbruck and east of Bregenz, the Kleinwalsertal has 128km of runs served by 47 lifts accessing a maximum vertical of 2,224m. Located on the German border, this ski area is known for wide slopes and hidden chutes with cliffs.
The lift pass is also good at Kanzelwald, Walmendinger Horn, and Hofen Ifen. These are all interconnected by bus. In addition, the Kleinwalsertal ski arena interconnects with the Oberstdorf ski arena in Germany by bus and a shared lift pass. The overall interconnected ski region has over 128km of pistes.
A good base is in Reizlern. From Reizlern, you can take the Kanzelwandbahm up. Make sure to try hiking up the Fellhorn summit.
For apres ski, check out the M and M Bar in Reizlern. For some nightlife, try the Heustadl in Kleinwalsertal.
To reach the snowboarding at Kleinwalsertal Ski Area, take the train to Oberstdorf in Germany and then use a bus to one of the base towns.
Overall, Kleinwalsertal is the 21st most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 52 snowboarding resorts in Austria.