Hiking in Tyrolean Mountains

Around 300 kilometres of well-sign-posted hiking trails extend through the impressive mountain scenery of Kapall, Galzig, Valluga and Rendl. Both leisure-minded and experienced hikers will find ample options available to them for an ideal day in the mountains.

More than 300 km marked trails for all skill and fitness levels run through the Kapall, Galzig, Valluga and Rendl mountain ranges. From experienced tour hikers to families and leisure hikers – there is a new favorite trail for everyone. Not only experts get to enjoy the High-Alpine landscape, but easy tours in St. Anton am Arlberg also lets less practiced hikers have the chance to breathe high-altitude air. The Arlberg Bergbahnen lifts take you up to the summit station, and from there you just need to choose your difficulty level and then follow the well-marked routes. There are more than 30 places to rest and refuel along the way, ranging from mountain restaurant to picturesque Alp huts at the traditional summer grazing stations.

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Certified hiking

St. Anton am Arlberg is a true hiker's paradise. The 300 km hiking trail network with its gorgeous scenery and challenging paths was certified with the Tyrolean Hiking Seal of Quality (Wandergütesiegel).

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Interactive hiking

Here you can explore recommended routes with the "interactive hiking map" and download related information.
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