While hiking in St. Anton am Arlberg you never have to walk on the same route twice, since in the Galzig, Valluga Rendl and Kapall mountains there are some 300 kilometres of well-signposted hiking trails, where there is something to suit everyone. Pleasure hikers and fans of alpine undertakings alike are well catered for on the Arlberg. The cable cars take you quickly and comfortably up the mountain. Up at the top an extensive network of trails awaits, which have even been awarded the hiking seal of approval by the state of Tyrol. Incidentally, the Adlerweg trail in Tyrol, a long distance hiking trail which heads right across Tyrol also finishes here in St. Anton am Arlberg.
Wherever your hike takes you to, a refreshment stop is never far away. From a mountain restaurant to a traditional, small Alpine lodge, it’s all here. Culinary delights from the region await to replenish your energy stores. A platter of meats, cheeses and bread is part and parcel of a decent hike. The Arlberg is also well-known for its abundance of flowers. During a walk you constantly come across new types pf flowers, some of which only blossom at an altitude of 2000 metres. Guided hikes are offered throughout the season by the mountain hiking school, should you want to be accompanied by professionals.