Guidebook

Diamond in the Rough: Kleinwalsertal Trail Running

If you’re into stunning views, glorious valleys, and epic trails, the trek to Kleinwalsertal is worth it.

Description

On the northern edge of the Alps lies elusive Kleinswalsertal. It’s made up of three peaks and four villages – all with their own characters and access to unique routes. The valley is only accessible by car through Germany, making it seem like even more of an arcane place.

Don’t be fooled though, once you enter the valley there is plenty to show you it’s truly a hidden gem. Exploring the area by running is a superb way of exploring the area with all of its valleys, creeks, and trails!

Source:
https://www.kleinwalsertal.com/en/Region/Villages

Walser Ultra Trail

Walser Ultra Trail

Kleinwalsertal
61.9 km3,947 m3,947 m
The Walser UltraTrail is part of the Walser Trail Challenge. The route length is about 65 km and 4200 Hm and starts and ends in Riezlern.
Severe
Private
Gehrenspitze Trail

Gehrenspitze Trail

Kleinwalsertal
5.9 km781 m780 m
Crisp run, which is rewarded with a great view
Moderate
Private
Walser Trail

Walser Trail

Kleinwalsertal
27.6 km1,713 m1,812 m
The Walser Trail is part of the Walser Trail Challenge. more informatione on www.trailchallenge.at ( http://www.trailchallenge.at )
Severe
Private
Widderstein Trail

Widderstein Trail

Kleinwalsertal
15.2 km920 m920 m
Advanced, exciting trail (so see pulpit wall trail)
Extreme
Private
Wildental Trail Round

Wildental Trail Round

Kleinwalsertal
10.6 km739 m740 m
Beautiful, not too challenging trail round through the Wildental with extension option to Fiderepasshütte.
Moderate
Private
Kanzelwand Trail

Kanzelwand Trail

Kleinwalsertal
8.4 km1,092 m236 m
Difficult, exciting trail (also see Widderstein Trail)
Severe
Private
Schwarzwasser trail

Schwarzwasser trail

Fellhorn/Kanzelwand
12.3 km498 m499 m
Up along the water. This trail round is also suitable for beginners.
Easy
Private