Warth Schroecken

From Steffisalp-Express via Bürstegg to Körbersee to Schröcken/Nesslegg.

Hiking trail

From Steffisalp-Express via Bürstegg to Körbersee to Schröcken/Nesslegg.

Relax again on the driveway with the Steffisalp-Express before you start. Now you have already left most of the vertical meters behind you and can start marching at your pace towards Wannenkopf. Here you can enjoy the view to Warth and take a deep breath before heading towards Bürstegg. Bürstegg, the formerly highest Walser settlement in Vorarlberg, is a particularly worthwhile hiking destination. The small Walser settlement greets from afar, but it seems as if one had left behind not only a good hour, but a whole century on a promising path. Now the trail runs upwards over the Karalpe to the Auenfeldsattel, up to the lush floodplain meadows, where you will surely meet grazing cows. Passing the Auenfeldalpe a narrow path leads to the Körbersee. The pleasant silence at the Lake Körbersee will enchant you. Passing Lake Körbersee, a nice path leads you down towards Nesslegg, to the destination of your hike.

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directions_run Typ:Hiking trail


arrow_right_alt Distance:9,7 km

access_time Duration:181 min

trending_up Elevation gain:245 hm

trending_down Elevation decrease:623 hm

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From Steffisalp-Express via Bürstegg to Körbersee to Schröcken/Nesslegg.

GPS 47.24374200 / 10.12763500


Recommended equipment.

This should never be missing on the mountain.

Backpack, First-Aid Set incl. Bladder plaster, telephone with emergency number, cash, drinking bottle, pocket knife, provisions, sun protection in good weather.

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Steffisalp-Express - Wannenkopf - Bürstegg - Karalpe - Auenfeldsattel - Auenfeld - Körbersee - Nesslegg

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All information about parking spaces can be found here.

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Public transport.

All information about the buses can be found here.

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Emergency numbers.

140 - Alpine emergencies throughout Austria

144 - Alpine emergencies in Vorarlberg

112 - Euro emergency call

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