Step by step
Leisurely hikers and ambitious alpinists alike will find numerous routes in the hiking region Warth-Schröcken perfect for their skill levels. Our tip: Guided hikes and mountain tours are offered weekly: from exploring local herbs along the hike to sunrise tours to the challenging hike up our namesake peak Biberkopf. Complimentary to our guests at the Biberkopf!
Looking for a change of pace? Warth and surroundings offer versatile trails for mountain bikers. For example: The Warth-Schröcken MTB circuit starts directly at the village square in Warth and leads via the Hochalp hut to the Saloberkopf. There, a magnificent view awaits you - and on the way back, you can enjoy homemade apple strudel at the Auenfeld hut. E-bike rental available directly at the Berghotel!
Two in one: Bike and hike
Hiking? Biking? Why not both?! The Arlberg and Bregenzerwald area offers both - the combination of biking and hiking. First, ride your mountain bike uphill up you reach the starting point of various hikes or mountain tours, from easy to challenging. Our tip: ride up Salobersattel to Auenfeld, then continue on foot to the beautiful Körbersee.
Up close to the rocks
Up we go! Ambitious beginners and experienced alpinists likewise will find their personal climbing Eldorado in the Warth-Schröcken region. Ready for a challenge? Our experienced guides will join you on your climbing tour up the south face of the Biberkopf. Your reward for reaching the peak at 2,599 meters above sea level will be breathtaking views. Ready?
Amidst a nature reserve in Schröcken you can find a special gem: at 1,675 meters above sea level the Körbersee is one of the most stunning places in Austria. Nestled in the mountain scenery, the lake with its 3.5 hectares is a source of peace and energy. With the help of the Steffisalp-Express you can reach the Körbersee in two hours on foot.
In the 14th century, the Walser from the Swiss canton of Valais settled the two mountain villages of Warth-Schröcken. Even today, the region is still influenced by the Walser culture - this can be seen in the monuments, and especially in the language, the "Walserdütsch" (Walser German). Get closer insight into this ancient culture through the exhibitions in the Alpmuseum uf'm Tannberg and a hike to the Walser settlement Bürstegg.