Hike across endless mountain pastures, wander through the woods, take a sip of cool, refreshing water straight from a mountain spring and recharge yourself in one of the innumerable farmhouses that play host to some of the heartiest Austrian cuisine imaginable. St. Anton am Arlberg is not only a popular skiing destination in the winter, but a place beloved by hikers in the summer, too. Crossing the extensive landscapes of Kapall, Galzig, Valluga and Rendl are over 300 kilometers (180 miles) of marked trails where everybody from experienced tour guides to chilled-out pleasure hikers will find their perfect hike. And for those that want to enjoy the fresh Alpine air in a more family-friendly manner, you can even scale entire mountains with the Arlberg Mountain Railway. No matter how you get to the top, however, once there, you'll find clearly labeled walking routes of varying—and well-displayed—difficulty levels, as well as around thirty different choices for your après-hike, ranging from idyllic Alpine huts to classy mountain-top cuisine. You'll find it all in St. Anton am Arlberg.
Are you ready to experience more? On our eleven, specially selected hikes, you'll become best friends with the unique charm of this beautiful region and discover the best Austria has to offer—even up in the clouds.
Enjoyment is in the foreground on this circular walk. On the one hand, you can experience fantastic delicacies while resting in the Putzenalpe, on the other hand, the unique nature during the tour shows its best side. In addition, the hike is relatively easy, which means fun for the whole family.
The fantastic round hike over the Moostalweg to the Bifang Alm and through the Verwalltal and back promises unforgettable moments outdoors. Also for children - flowers, colors, intoxicating waters - you will not be bored on this hike. The rumbling stomach is best soothed in the Rasthaus Verwall (1,445 m).
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In the mountains south of St. Anton the Alpenrosenweg meanders. Because of the many alpine roses, the nature is mainly in the color red. Our tour leads from St. Anton am Arlberg first through the Moostal and then up to the top station of the Rendlbahn, where the Alpenrosenweg begins. Then you return to the valley via the Rendlalm. Idyllic, beautiful, top!
The Darmstädter Hütte can be reached from the commuter car park through the Moostal and is not only suitable for experienced hikers. Even the little ones will experience a fantastic combination of nature, hiking and discovery here. Especially the storage lake Kartell leaves lasting impressions.
Thereafter, the Tritschalpe, which is on the way, offers the opportunity for a deserved rest. Continue to the well-served Darmstädter Hütte, which guarantees relaxed hours and delicious meals.
A magical lake, two beautiful valleys, a modern refuge, wildly fast-flowing streams and the dominating summit of the 3,056 meter high Patteriol are the highlights of the hike from St. Anton am Arlberg to the Konstanzer Hütte. You almost can not get out of the amazement.
A fantastic tour with highlights in nature. In St. Christoph, just at the height of the Arlberg Pass, this circular walk begins. It runs along the border between Tyrol and Vorarlberg and combines, so to speak, the best of two federal states. Rauf go over the Berggeistweg, back then over the Paul Bantlin way. Have fun!
The cable car takes you up to the Vallugagrat. About the snowfield it goes in a large arc down to the Valfagehrjoch. At the Ulmer Hütte you can make the first big break. At least on the Galziger Panoramaweg you will be amazed. You will be rewarded with a view as far as the eye can see.
On the slopes above the Stanzer Valley you will hike from Kapall to the Leutkircherhütte and on to the Kaiserjochhaus. The cable car saves you from the beginning tedious climb height meters. This hike is part of the Lechtaler Höhenweg and combines culinary, nature and legendary peaks.
Nestled in the Jakobstal below the Hohe Rifflers (3,168 m) is the Edmund-Graf Hut (2,375 m). The Hohe Riffler is one of the most visited mountains. Too right! Depending on your condition and mood, you can commit it or stop by the Edmund-Graf hut. View of the three thousand meter included! The tour first runs through the Malfontal, in which with the cultivated lovely Malfon Alm (1,687 m) there is a fine rest stop. A bit south of the Alm, you say goodbye to the "civilization" to dive in Jakobstal. Wildly romantic nature as far as the eye can see.
A spectacular gorge and a fantastic view. To the Ansbacher hut, which towers promisingly on a grass high above the Stanzertal, brings us this round hike, which begins in the village Schnann and stops. Right at the beginning you dive into the wild-romantic Schnanner gorge, in between offers the Fritz hut at 1,727 meters altitude opportunity to stop and rest.
The Arlberg was and has been home to numerous pioneers and their achievements for centuries. Embark on a small journey and search for clues. On the way from the mountain station of the Galzigbahn to the reservoir Arlensattel and back there is a lot to see: small pools, big lakes, interactive stations, power places to rest, incredible mountain panoramas, mooring stations, and much more!