Please note the current traffic situation
- L200 Bregenzerwald
- B198 Reutte
- L198 Lech
In summer, Warth-Schröcken reveals its tranquil, yet no less active, side. The breath-taking panoramas and the unspoilt natural surroundings transform our region into a true mountain sport paradise and therefore create a point of attraction for active sports fans, pleasure-oriented hikers and those looking for relaxation.
Starting from the town centre (tourist information office) the path proceeds to the church and to Walserhus, which has been built in typical Walser style. With superb views to the landmark mountain, the Widderstein, the path proceeds under the main road to Wellnesshotel Warther Hof. Then head via the road and take a right next to Hotel Steffisalp to Wolfegg. Above Warth, the route heads back to the centre of the village.
From the viewing point ‘Guggis’ there is a wonderful view to the village, and also to the two hamlets of Gehren and Lechleiten. A detour from the centre of the village around Seebachsee is recommended. Along the entire route there are signposts which feature old views of the village of Warth, entitled "In view".
Insights & Views.
Starting from the church in Schröcken the path proceeds along the twisty old main road, which recounts interesting stories of times past. The path branches off to the right and proceeds to the glacial mill, a remnant of the ice age, which was formed due to the power of the water. After crossing the bridge over the wild Fellbach, you come to Alpe Felle. From here there is a unique view over the entire village and the 7 mountains bordering Schröcken. Pass the Alpe Felle and the route then proceeds back to the village.
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