- You're traveling a distance of 4 miles on this moderate trail. The hike is therefore not too long. The average length of all hikes in Liechtenstein is 10 miles.
- You're facing an uphill climb of 543 vertical meters on this hike. The highest point of the track is 6552 ft above sea level.
- Make sure to bring sturdy footwear on this track. Hiking boots are highly recommended. 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.
The hike starts in Gaflei. Gaflei is a resort and popular excursion destination in Liechtenstein and was the first health resort in the Principality.
An alpine path leads to the Bärgälla-Alp and the Bärgälla-Sattel. The geographical centre of the Principality offers a panoramic view of the entire Liechtenstein Alps. Now the ascent to the Alpspitz begins. At the highest point of the hike you can take a break at the oldest summit cross of Liechtenstein.
We continue through the dense Legföhren forest to the chimney, which is also signposted as "Chemi". The saddle descends steeply until it joins the Liechtensteiner Panoramaweg (Via Alpina) at Gafleisattel. Now the hikers have to decide: either walk the Fürstensteig or walk back to the starting point on the same route.
Where to eat
You should bring sufficient food with you
Sturdy shoes are essential.
Coming from Switzerland on the A13 take the exit Sevelen direction Vaduz and turn onto Zollstraße and continue in direction Triesenberg/Gaflei.
Coming from Austria on the A14 you take the exit Feldkirch and drive in the direction of Nendeln and Vaduz. In Gaflei there are parking possibilities Alternatively take the bus line 21 in Vaduz and change to bus line 22 at Triesenberg Post.
With public transport
Alternatively take the bus line 21 in Vaduz and change to bus line 22 at Triesenberg Post.