The paradise for mountaineering in Tyrol

Hiking in St. Anton is paradise for nature lovers and sports enthusiasts. 300 km of hiking trails await you - which have even been awarded the hiking quality seal of the province of Tyrol. Enjoy the scenic hiking trails that lead through a unique area with majestic mountains. Hiking in St. Anton includes family hikes, theme hikes, mountain hikes and summit hikes.

Well thought-out is the development with cable car, chair lifts & hiking buses (free of charge) - so you can easily reach the starting points of various hiking trails.


The famous "Adlerweg"

In St. Anton am Arlberg, a route that follows existing hiking trails throughout the Tyrol. Here it is called "Hiking with all senses" - experience contemplative and amazing, nature experience and adventure, enjoyment and culture.

2 to 3 hour hikes

Direction: From the information office to the ski museum - Mooserweg to the Moos - continue to the Dengert, from there following the Sonnenweg to the Rodelalm rest stop - descent to Nasserein and via the Wiesenweg back to St. Anton. from the information office - Oberdorf - to the Hotel Mooserkreuz - hiking trail to Verwallsee - round hike Verwallsee, rest at the Rasthaus Verwall and hiking trail back to St. Anton or possible with the hiking bus.


During flower hikes in St. Anton am Arlberg, body and soul blossom. Different types of gentian, alpine roses, lady's slipper, knapweed or foxglove - the hiking guides in St. Anton am Arlberg know what grows and thrives on the mountains around the Tyrolean resort. There are new flowers every week. The Arlberg is known for its diversity of flowers. Its impressive repertoire includes over 250 different plant species. Don't miss the free flower walks in summer.

5 to 6 hour hikes

Ulmer Hütte: from Galzig to Ulmer Hütte 2.279 m: not difficult - descent via Arlenmähder to St. Christoph - short descent via Maienweg - Sennhütte - St.Anton.
Konstanzer Hütte: with the Verwall bus to Salzhüttl - from there on to Konstanzer Hütte. Return: Verwallsee - Rosannaschlucht - St. Anton.