Guided hikes & mountain tours
For all who like to hike with companion, want to put themselves in the safe hands of our experience hiking and mountain guides and thus learn a whole bunch of insider tips and additional knowledge about the region are in the right place with the guided hikes and mountain tours.
Guided adventure tours
Guided hike "On the trail of the Walsers"
Immerse yourself in the exciting history of the Tannberg region on a guided hike and learn about the joint settlement of the villages of Warth, Schröcken and Lech by the Walsers.
Guided sunrise tour on the Wartherhorn
There is something very special about experiencing sunrise from the summit. Enjoy the view of the rising sun and recover your energy afterwards with a hearty mountain breakfast at Hochalphütte!
Guided mountain tours
Guided mountain tour"Biberkopf" 2,599m
A guided mountain tour of Germany's southernmost summit, the Biberkopf at 2,599 m. This is a demanding tour featuring a light via ferrata; freedom from vertigo and surefootedness are required.
Guided mountain tour "Widderstein" 2,533m
Located directly on Hochtannberg Pass, the big Widderstein is easily accessible from Warth as well as from Schröcken. The tour is of medium difficult; surefootedness is necessary for some gravelly sections. A wonderful view from the summit!
Guided mountain tour "Rote Wand" [red wall] 2,704m
The Rote Wand [red wall] is the second-highest summit in the Lechquellengebirg mountains and takes its name from the red Lias limestone located on the southern side. The turquoise Formarinsee is at your feet. This tour is only available to experienced mountain climbers!
Guided tour "Braunarlspitze"2,649 m
The most imposing summit of the rear Bregenz Forest awaits experienced mountain climbers with some exposed passages. The long ascent from Schröcken requires good condition! Butzensee on the south side of the Braunarlspitze awaits as a cool refreshment.
Guided mountain tour"Zitterklapfen" 2,403m
The guided tour on the Zitterklapfen is a superlative ridge hike. The 2 kilometre long ridge has some exposed passage and the ascent is often covered with snow. The view over the Lechquellengebirg mountains is breath-taking!