Liechtenstein may be Europe’s fourth-smallest country, but it is full of treasures. Off-the-beaten track you will find lonely peaks and abundant history, wild valleys, and mighty mountain mastiffs, many of which are still a well-kept secret. With this Collection, we are in fact giving you a treasure map that will lead you to the most beautiful places in Liechtenstein.
We have included something for every taste, age, ability, and fitness level. Maybe you want to climb one of the panoramic Liechtenstein peaks or discover the wild nature in one of the valleys. Or perhaps you want to learn more about Lichtenstein’s history or relax at a pretty mountain lake.
In this Collection, we guide you through seven routes which are all well-kept secrets off the beaten track. Whether you are hiking with friends, family, or alone, you will be amazed by the varied nature and culture of Liechtenstein.
To make sure you are well-prepared, you just need comfortable footwear and hiking poles for the longer routes. Some of the hikes are very simple and can be done with limited hiking knowledge, and even with a pram. On all of the routes, there are some great huts and restaurants where you can stop for refreshments. Although packing a few snacks and plenty of water is still important.
All that really remains to say is: Let the treasure hunt begin!
You will not be accompanied by ghosts, witches and nice giants on the WalserSagenWeg, but you will be accompanied by the numerous legends and legends that can be told about the fascinating cultural landscape and its inhabitants. And of course - how could it be otherwise - from fantastic views over the Rhine Valley and the surrounding mountains.On the themed path you stroll through the Walser village of Triesenberg and learn about its history thanks to well-placed station and information boards. And you can also visit one or the other restaurant, playground or a barbecue area on the way - to take a break, because there must be time, especially if you are traveling with children. What also lends itself in this case is to divide the circular hike from Triesenberger Dorfplatz via Masescha, Rizlina and Studa into three stages.
This hike has a princely pleasure for you to enjoy. Put on sturdy shoes and have your camera ready - it goes up to promising heights.Starting from the center of Malbun, there is no long talk about the porridge: it starts directly with the ascent towards the 2,359-meter-high Augstenberg. The initial efforts are worthwhile. Once you have reached the top, you have a fantastic panoramic view of the Falknis chain and the Schesaplanastock as well as down to Malbun, Gamperdona and Valüna.And from there it goes downhill - at least most of the time. Over the colorful ridge and a secured mountain path to the Palatinate Hut on the border with Austria. A break is worth it simply because of the view that awaits you here: on the one hand over the principality, on the other hand to Austria.
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A summit and a wildly romantic valley. In between a lot of variety and untouched nature. This hiking treasure is challenging but also a master at fulfilling, or even surpassing, your wildest ideas of a beautiful hike.To do this, you start running in Malbun. Under the Friedenskapelle you follow the signs towards Sass-Fürkle, Matta-Fürkle and Guschgfieljoch. Past the idyllic Sass-Seelein, which invites you to take a break, you will sooner or later arrive at the Sass-Fürkle. Then you begin to approach the summit cross with a steeply rising pasture board.The climb to the 2,198 meter high Galina head demands a lot from you. The summit and its panorama suddenly make up for it. Up here you can see countless mountain peaks in a wide area. And you can also enjoy it properly, knowing that from now on it will only go downhill.