102 Valünatal-Winterwanderweg
102 Valünatal-Winterwanderweg

Winter hiking

Valünatal-Winterwanderweg

Valünatal-Winterwanderweg

Steg–Steg

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Valünatal-Winterwanderweg

Valünatal-Winterwanderweg

Leaving from the hamlet of Steg, the trail leads along a mountain river through an idyllic winter landscape with many pine trees up to the open meadows around the Alp Valüna hut.
This winter hike in the Valünatal Valley begins at the car park near the Gänglesee lake. Hikers walk along the Saminabach river and through a landscape with many snow-covered trees and bushes towards Maiasäss, Brückle and finally up to Alp Valüna (mountain hut closed in winter). As they make their way along the banks of the river, they can admire the many mighty rocks protruding from the forest.

The difference in altitude between the starting point and the highest point at Alp Valüna is just 200 metres, making this hike ideal for children. There are no huts serving food, so it is a good idea to take something to eat with you. The meadows of Alp Valüna are the perfect place to enjoy a picnic looking with fine views into the valley.

After returning to the starting point next to the Gängle-Stausee reservoir, hikers who still have energy left can take the Schwemmiweg trail to the Alp Sücka hut (40 minutes) and sample the excellent fondue at this popular mountain eatery.
Leaving from the hamlet of Steg, the trail leads along a mountain river through an idyllic winter landscape with many pine trees up to the open meadows around the Alp Valüna hut.
This winter hike in the Valünatal Valley begins at the car park near the Gänglesee lake. Hikers walk along the Saminabach river and through a landscape with many snow-covered trees and bushes towards Maiasäss, Brückle and finally up to Alp Valüna (mountain hut closed in winter). As they make their way along the banks of the river, they can admire the many mighty rocks protruding from the forest.

The difference in altitude between the starting point and the highest point at Alp Valüna is just 200 metres, making this hike ideal for children. There are no huts serving food, so it is a good idea to take something to eat with you. The meadows of Alp Valüna are the perfect place to enjoy a picnic looking with fine views into the valley.

After returning to the starting point next to the Gängle-Stausee reservoir, hikers who still have energy left can take the Schwemmiweg trail to the Alp Sücka hut (40 minutes) and sample the excellent fondue at this popular mountain eatery.
7 km | 1 Stage
170 m | 170 m
2 h 20 min
medium

Season

Winter season
The winter season generally lasts from December until the end of March.

Contact

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9490 Vaduz
Tel. +423 239 63 63
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Signalization

Signalization
For winter hiking, follow the logo indicated on the pink signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your tour for safety's sake.
Signalization