Durchs wilde Saminatal – Wanderherbst in Liechtenstein
Hiking Highlight (Segment)
Liechtenstein planned a hike.
April 24, 2020
Wildly romantic nature, fantastic play of colors and sparkling water await you on your journey through the Saminatal. The path through the longest Rätikon valley at the foot of the Three Sisters is an unforgettable experience in summer and autumn.The Liechtensteiners affectionately describe the Samina as the soul of the local Alpine waters. It is dammed up on the hamlet of Steg, where the oldest bridge towers over the river. This is where your hike begins: From the "Steg Tunnel" bus stop, keep along the road, walk over the bridge in front of the tunnel portal and then walk along the Bödastraße alpine path.The alpine path ends at Bödastall and the actual mountain hike begins. You walk west of the Samina to the Austrian border. First across the Sulzboden down to Kaufbödele and then along the left side of the stream to the mouth of the Valorschbach. The impressive border crossing to Vorarlberg takes place directly at the Fallck at the foot of the Three Sisters Massif. In one fell swoop, the path turns into a leisurely forest path in a wildly romantic gorge. Always following the yellow and white marking, he leaves the Samina at some point and takes you up to the high village of Amerlügen in Austria, your current hiking destination.From Amerlügen you can take the bus back to the starting point at Steg. On weekends, bus route 73a (Amerlügen - Frastanz) only runs on prior reservation from the day before. You can find more information here: tourismus.li/lie/tour/Durchs%20wilde%20Saminatal
April 28, 2020