Hike on the Walser trail from Warth to Bürstegg, the highest Walser settlement in Vorarlberg. Via Auenfeld, the route leads to the origin of the Bregenzerache and to the Lower Auenfeldalpe and Batzenalpe Alps (also home to an Alpine Museum). The next destination is the nature jewel Körbersee and over the height of the Hochtannberg Pass you reach the Kalbelesee and the end point of the hike.

Statistics

3 - 4

hrs

443

m

656

m

10

max°

Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Moderate

Description

From the mountain station in the Steffisalpe area, the hike below the Warther Horn leads south to the small settlement of Bürstegg.

The Bitschnau family offers an alpine snack with their own bacon, sausages, cheese and drinks.

Via the Auenfeldsattel you first reach the Untere Auenfeldalpe, which is cultivated and provides hikers with an alpine snack, buttermilk, milk and drinks.

Along the Bregenzerach, which has its origin here and meanders through the marshy Auenfeld, one reaches the Alpe Batzen, which lies on the Schröckener side of the Auenfeld.

It is a managed Sennalpe and houses the alp museum "Uf m Tannberg".

In the direction of the Hochtannberg Pass you pass the Körbersee lake and the hotel of the same name.

The tour ends at the Hochtannberg near the Kalbelesee...