In total there are about 123 mountain hikes for you to discover within the region of Warth. To get a first glimpse of what’s awaiting outdoor enthusiasts like you in Warth, we created a short highlight list:
The mountain tour starts at the Hochtannbergpass at 1.676 m above sea level. The trail leads between wild flowers and fresh alpine herbs in the direction of Widdersteinhütte. Just before the hut turn left to get to the rock entrance. From here, follow the markings on the rock.
Ready for a very special experience? Then headlamps on and let’s go! The medium-difficult mountain tour starts at the parking lot of Steffisalp-Express and leads uphill via the freight path below the railway.
At the Seven Summits Weekend, condition-strong hikers, but also trail runners, will get their money’s worth. The challenging 2-day tour has it in itself, because the seven summits have to be worked hard on long stages.
Hike over fairytale-like terrain over the Tschirggen towards Hirschgehrenalpe. You crossed the first stream? Now it goes left up the steep path until it becomes a little flatter again. Just take a short break here, before the path turns left again towards Koblathütte.
Even in the 4-day version, the Seven Summits do not lose their appeal and claim. Four stages add up to 65 kilometres of hiking trails. A real dream round high up in the Bregenzerwald and Arlberg area with peaks, mountain lakes, hut retreat and spectacular views.
Relax once again on the ascent with the Steffisalp-Express before you start your journey. Now you have already passed most of the altitude difference and can start marching at your own pace towards the Wartherhorn saddle. At the saddle, take the path towards Wartherhorn.
The mountain tour starts at the Hochtannbergpass at an altitude of 1,676 m. Thus, 857 metres of altitude must be conquered. The trail leads between wild flowers and fresh alpine herbs towards Widdersteinhütte. Just before the hut, turn left to get to the rock climb.
The Highlight of a beautiful mountain day in Warth-Schröcken – the sunset tour to the Höferspitze. Starting point of the medium-difficult tour is at the Hochtannbergpass. Opposite the bus stop Hotel Adler the trample path leads zigzag uphill.
The 50-kilometer-long tour spans 4,500 metres of altitude, which the participants have to conquer. Only very few manage to finish the tour in less than ten hours. Those who make it more comfortable reach the finish line after about 20 hours over the last steep descent.