Themed Hike
Alpine Rose Trail St. Anton


A sea of alpine roses awaits walkers between May and July on this hike of intermediate difficulty. The actual Alpine Rose Trail itself begins at the top of the Rendlbahn cable car at around 2100 metres above sea level, where visitors can enjoy fabulous views of the Stanzer Tal Valley and the Lechtal Alps. Hikers can either complete the whole walk on foot or take the cable car from St. Anton up to the start of the trail. At the end of the hike there is the Rendl Alm hut (1850m), a good place to stop off for a meal before the final walk back down to St. Anton.

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Starting point  

Car park at ARLBERGwell.com

Hike to

Rendlalm hut

Finishing point

Car park at ARLBERGwell.com

Mountain Chain

Verwall Mountains

Length

18.5 km

Approximate hiking time

7 h 15 min

Features

  • Wheelchair-accessible Hiking Route
  • Circular Hike

Difficulty Rating

intermediate (red mountain trails)

Altitude

2,110 m 1,300 m

Elevation uphill 950 m
Vertical metres downhill 950 m

Fitness level

Technique

Best time of year

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun

Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec

* These are approximate values and recommendations. Please take your personal fitness level, technical ability and the current weather conditions into account. Tirol Werbung cannot guarantee that the information provided is correct and accepts no liability.

Parking

Car park at ARLBERGwell.com spa

 

Huts serving food

  • Bifang Alm
  • Rendl Restaurant (2nd half of June until early September only open on Wednesday and Thursday)
  • Rendlalm (open mid-June until mid-September, closed Mondays)

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Trail description


This one-day hike starts at the car park of the ARLBERGwell.com spa in St. Anton. After passing the bottom station of the Rendlbahn, hikers enter the forest and then cross over the Moosbach river before heading uphill into the Moostal Valley. The Alpine Rose Trail begins next to the top station of the Rendlbahn cable car. The first section is uphill, but the rest remains more or less flat at an altitude of around 2100 metres above the treeline overlooking the Stanzer Tal Valley. Hikers pass through a series of avalanche defence barriers and will eventually reach the Rendlalm hut before continuing on to the starting point in St. Anton.

Alternatively, hikers can take the Rendlbahn cable car onto the mountain (only open Wednesdays and Thursdays in summer). This makes the hike almost 100% flat or downhill and reduces the overall walking time by around two hours.

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Your destination address: Hannes-Schneider-Weg 11, St. Anton

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