UP INTO THE MOUNTAINS on foot
Experiencing the winter time with all sins, this is exactly what happens during a hike in Lech am Arlberg. The smell of the softwood forests and the magnificent mountain views, as well as the crunching sound of the snow under your shoes and the fresh mountain air on your face, everywhere you can feel
the winter from its most beautiful side.
Explore Lech on foot and enjoy a slow day in our beautiful mountain landscape.
We will be happy to prepare a hiking suggestion for you at our reception desk.
OUR HIKING TIPS
Lech - Zug - Älpele - Lech
Easy route, approx. 2.5 hours
You start your hike at the Hotel. You cross the bridge and take the hiking path from there. It leads you through the snowy woods along the river. Once you arrive in Zug, you pass the little church and go straight ahead to Gasthof Älpele. It is a very nice little place where you can take a break before you take the way back. When you are back in Zug, you also have the possibility to take the blue bus back to the hotel.
Oberlech - Grubenalpe - Weibermahd - Kriegeralpe
Easy route, approx. 3 hours
Take the hiking path to Oberlech via Burgwald or take the blue bus to Oberlech. At hotel Mohnenfluh you continue up on the winter hiking path. At the next fork, you take the romantic path on the left towards Kriegeralpe. You pass the Grubenalpe, a wonderful little hut where you will find a few benches to take a break and enjoy the silence. Continue up and pass the Weibermahd-chairlift. After another little bit upwards you will arrive at Kriegeralpe, where you can take a nice hot cup of tea or a mulled wine.
Lech - Bernhards Stall - Stubenbach
Easy route, approx. 1.5 hours
Along the lech you walk through the village until you arrive at the church. There you turn right and follow the street upwards. At the end of the street the winter hiking path starts. It will pass the kids slope. Follow the wonderfully snowy path up to Bernhards Stall. There, you can enjoy a unique view over Lech and can enjoy the midday sun.
After a short break, take the path on the left to Stubenbach. From there, you can take the blue bus back to Lech or you can take the walk back.