A sea of colourful alpine roses awaits hikers on this moderately difficult tour during the flowering season between May and July. The actual Alpine Rose Trail begins at the mountain station of the Rendlbahn cable car at an altitude of about 2,100 metres and also offers a magnificent view over the Stanzer Tal valley and the Lechtal Alps. You get there from St. Anton via the narrow but sunny Moostal valley. At the end of the hike, the cosy Rendl-Alm (1,850 metres) is a good place to stop for a break before heading back down to St. Anton.
Berggeistweg St. Christoph
This moderately difficult circular hike on the Arlberg leads from St. Christoph to the Kaltenberghütte, which is already in Vorarlberg. Peace and unspoilt nature are constant companions along this tour. In the area of the Maroital, the view opens up back to St. Anton and the striking peak of the Patteriol (3,056 metres) in the south. From the Kaltenberghütte, there are magnificent views of the Klostertal valley and the Flexenpass (1,773 metres) as well as to the opposite peaks of the Lechquellgebirge and Verwallgebirge mountains. Refreshment for body and soul at an altitude of 2,000 metres is offered by the mountain lake near the hut.
St. Anton – Kapall – Leutkircher Hütte
This day hike requires sufficient head for heights and sure-footedness and takes you high up right from the start: the chairlift from St. Anton am Arlberg takes you up to an impressive 2,300 metres above sea level to the eagle’s-eye viewpoint at Kapall. The destination is the Leutkircher Hütte, where Tyrolean delicacies are served. On the way, a diverse plant and mountain landscape reveals itself. With a bit of luck, even an eagle circles above the peaks of the Lechtal Alps.
Mutspuren – the circular hiking trail
Traces of courage – the circular hiking trail
On the tracks of pioneers
Great achievements over centuries always require courage. Hike in the footsteps of the pioneers on the Arlberg.
The Courage Trails – the circular hiking trail on the Galzig offers fun and games for the whole family!
Interactive stations, learning and playing, water games at the reservoir and incredible views are waiting to be explored!