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book now the first and last night of the Arlberg Trail

 

Der Arlberg Trail

A passionate hiker is always looking for new challenges, the Arlberg offers a new one since this summer:

  • 40 km Hiking trail
  • 18 Hours walking time
  • 5 places on the Arlberg within 3 days.Well, how does that sound? We think it’s great and would like to present the Arlberg Trail to you in more detail:

The start of the first day is in St. Anton am Arlberg and your destination for the day is Stuben am Arlberg:
After a super restful night in our Hotel „Die Arlbergerin“ start in the morning. Walking time on the first day is approx. 6:30 hours. By the way, you can already have breakfast with us from 7:30 a.m. and for the “early birds” among you we also offer just an espresso at the hotel bar, in case you can hardly wait to start walking ????

 

book now the first and last night of the Arlberg Trail

 

Take the hiking bus towards the village centre in St. Anton am Arlberg, here you board the Galzigbahn, which departs daily from 8:15 a.m. After a leisurely ride up the mountain, you are already off, with great views towards St. Christoph am Arlberg and the top of the pass, walking towards the Kaltenberghütte (trail no. 19), situated at 2,089m. The mountain trail is well marked on the hiking signs, once on the saddle continue towards Patriol and Kaltenberg until you reach the Maroiseen, which are near the Albona II lift stations. Shortly before you reach the Kaltenberghütte, where you will first fortify yourself, a beautiful valley view into the Klostertal awaits you. The day’s destination is getting closer and closer, with views of the Flexenpass, Zürs and over meadows, the trail continues downhill, past the Stubener See lake, into the valley of Stuben am Arlberg.

Arrived in Stuben, we recommend an overnight stay at the Hotel Post.

Facts about the first day:
St. Anton – Stuben
15 km Running track
06:30 Hours walking time
674 m Rise
1.351 m Descent
Galzigbahn: 08:15 – 16:30 Uhr

The Arlberg Trail

Individual trekking tour

Minimum number of participants
from 1 person
Duration
4 days
Level of difficulty ?
Höhepunkte
Hike the sporting challenge of the Arlberg Trail
Master 40 km of hiking trails in spectacular alpine scenery
Enjoy comfortable hotels and a unique mountain experience
Profile
From accommodation to accommodation
4-day trekking in difficulty level 4
Good physical condition, surefootedness and some head for heights required
With luggage transport

arlberg trail individuelle Trekking Reise

 

book now the first and last night of the Arlberg Trail

On the second day you leave the beautiful village of Stuben and follow the forest path towards Flexental. Our destination today is Lech am Arlberg. Past the Mondscheinhütte hut and after crossing the Flexenbach stream, we head steeply towards the Flexenpass on the Franz-Josef-Weg trail. As Stuben is situated at 1,407 m, a dreamlike view awaits you along the hike. On the way, you will reach the European watershed, the hiking trail past goes in the direction of Zürs. In the village you board the Seekopfbahn cable car and ride up to an altitude of 2,212 m, you will be amazed at the view of the Zürsersee, any exertion is forgotten. The Seekopf Panorama Restaurant offers the opportunity for refreshment, which you will need as the trail continues steeply. You now reach a small and very quiet cotton grass plain, which offers you some relief after the steep trail. The next destination is the 2,450 m high Madlochjoch, over rocks and alpine meadows the trail leads you downhill over the Gstüatalpe. Before you reach Lech, enjoy the fantastic view of the 1,450 m high village.

In Lech we recommend the Hotel Tannenberger Hof or the Krone to relax well after the second day of the stage.

Facts about the second day:
Stuben – Lech
12,8 km Running track
05:00 Hours walking time
667 m Rise
1.144 m Descent

The last day of the Arlberg Trail is approaching, today you run the original route of the Arlberg Trail Lech – St. Anton. Today’s destination is St. Anton am Arlberg. You start this first of all relaxed with a train ride, with the Rüfikopf cable car 900 you go up to a sensational 2,350 m altitude. From there it’s downhill to the Ochsengümple. You will notice how several springs sprout from the grassy soil, a spectacle. Towards the Rauhkopfscharte, a steep trail over meadows of cotton grass awaits you. You are at an altitude of 2,410 m and can already see the Stuttgarter Hütte, which is your intermediate destination. The trail continues on the Tyrolean side of the country, here it is almost level until you reach the Alpine Club Hut (Schwaben Section). There is enough time for a snack at the hut. Strengthened, the trail goes downhill, along flower meadows into the Paziel valley. You now cross the torrent before a short counter-ascension awaits you, this leads to the Trittalpe. Once you arrive, walk along an asphalted road in the direction of Zürs, where you board the post bus and travel to St. Anton am Arlberg.

Once in the village, take the hiking bus back to Hotel die Arlbergerin, or stay overnight in our bed and breakfast Der Steinbock.

Facts about the third day:
Lech – St. Anton
12,4 km Running track
06:30 Hours walking time
1.220 m Rise
918 m Descent
Rüfikopfbahn: 08:30 – 17:30 Uhr, every 30 minutes

In total, you climbed 9,550 metres of altitude, of which 6,038 metres were on foot and the rest was covered by train. You visited all five towns of the Arlberg and even crossed the border between Tyrol and Vorarlberg several times. For this special hike you need the Arlberg Trail Ticket, which you can buy on the first day at the ticket office of the Galzigbahn.

Just writing this article makes us want to do this sporty long-distance hiking trail. Do you?

book now the first and last night of the Arlberg Trail

You still have questions?

Just give us a call (+43 5446 2243) or write us a E-Mail.

We look forward to seeing you!
Kind regards from St. Anton am Arlberg,
The siblings

Barbara & Mathias Kometer

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Booking hotline: +43 54 46 22 43
E-Mail: hotel@diearlbergerin.com

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