The Faschinajoch is located in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg and rises to an elevation of 1,486 meters above sea level. This well-known ski resort is the connecting point for the Great Walser Valley in Faschina and Bregenz Forest in Damüls. This is one of the most popular passes amongst pleasure bikers and motorcyclists and provides an exquisite backdrop of the mountains of Damülser. For a taste of nature mixed with culture, the mountainous medieval town of Bludenz (said to be one of the most beautiful Alpine cities in Europe) is definitely a worthy stop. Travelers can experience a city rich with history, winding roads and dreamy passageways, and plethora of cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants serving the finest Austrian cuisine. The Faschinajoch is generally safe to travel in the winter and compared to many other passes - the gradients are in good condition. This pass is accessible all year around.