Hike around the Arlberg Pass, which connects Tyrol and Vorarlberg, amidst fascinating high alpine landscapes that demand both stamina and surefootedness over this three-day hike. Enjoy authentic hospitality and well-deserved comfort in the villages in the evening, before the mountain beckons again the next morning ... It is scenarios like these that make the heart of every passionate hiker skip a beat.
All made possible by the new Arlberg Trail, which enables hikers to explore in wonderfully relaxed style, accompanied by the customary top quality for which this alpine pass region has always been appreciated. The well signposted circular hiking trail encompasses a total length of 50 kilometres (incl. lifts), almost a fifth of which is covered by cable car. The total walking time is around 18 hours. A nice challenge, even for those mountain enthusiasts who have already racked up plenty ofalpine experience.
In addition to offering an impressive experience of the natural landscape, the Arlberg Trail is characterised by first-class supporting conditions. Partner hotels in three villages welcome long-distance hikers with tailor-made offers. On request, luggage can be transported between the accommodations, so you only have a light rucksack to carry when tackling the individual stages. The specially conceived Arlberg Trail Ticket is available for the five cable car rides. Those who do not want to walk the entire route can get a taste of the "trail spirit" on individual stages, or along easier variants. Exit points dotted along the route ensure the safety of hikers in the high alpine terrain.