Coming from the Kongresszentrum ARLBERG-well.com you'll be cycling towards the west through the village park. At the roundabout you keep going straight. Having passed the Lott parking garage, you'll be crossing the Steißbach. Below the Bundesstraße, the tour leads to a bridge crossing the Rosanna. At the gravel path, the first ascent of the tour starts via the Lehngang. The path continues further uphill until you reach the “Bildstöckli“. From here on, the path will become flatter again until you arrive at the junction Tritschalpe (Jausen station). Next, you'll be cycling in the direction of the Roßfallalm and passing the Kartellsee until you reach the Darmstädterhütte, which serves food and beverages. You'll be then heading back to St. Anton on the same way.
- You're traveling a distance of 16 miles on this strenuous trail. The average length of all bike Trails in Tyrol is 22 miles.
- Tritschalpe - Roßfallalm – Darmstädterhütte is the the best rated bike trail in Austria.
- There are places to buy beverages and food along the track. However it’s always recommended to bring enough water and food along with you.
Highlights of the tour
The destination of the tour, the Darmstädterhütte, lies idyllically at 2384 metres/ 2607 yards altitude, located in a stunning high mountain basin. In summer, beholders will certainly enjoy the beautiful flowery meadows to their hearts' desire.
Travelling from Salzburg or Munich, you'll be reaching St. Anton am Arlberg via the S16 in the direction of Landeck. Take the exit at St. Anton am Arlberg and continue on the B197. Travelling from Stuttgart or Zurich, you'll head towards Feldkirch and Bludenz on the S16. Take the exit at Langen am Arlberg/ Klösterle in the direction of the Arlbergpass (B197). At the roundabout next to the station, you'll continue on the Dorfstraße. Then, at the next roundabout, turn into the Hannes-Schneider-Weg, which will directly lead you to the Kongresszentrum (congress centre). St. Anton is well connected and easily reachable by train, too. As a rail-jet station many important international fast trains will be calling here.
The tour starts in the centre of St. Anton am Arlberg at the Kongresszentrum ARLBERG-well.com, Hannes-Schneider-Weg 11.