stanzertaler radweg bei st jakob arlberg
stanzertaler radweg bei st jakob arlberg

Stanzertal Arlberg Cycle Route

The cycle path through the Stanzertal valley connects Flirsch to St. Anton am Arlberg. It follows the course of the Rosanna river and offers a wonderful panoramic view on the south-western slopes of the Lechtal Alps.

From Flirsch in the lower Stanzertal valley, the cycle route proceeds along the village road to the Rosanna shore path. It continues to Schnann, where it leads to the southern side of the valley and via Pettneu and St. Jakob am Arlberg to St. Anton. This section known as “Rosannaweg” (Rosanna Path) is also a popular riverside promenade frequented by hikers. Near St. Anton am Arlberg, the cycle path leads to the other side of the valley again and ends in the town centre, only a stone’s throw away from the valley station of the Galzigbahn cable car.

The Stanzertal Arlberg Cycle Route has not got any direct connections to other cycle paths. You can either choose to continue from Flirsch on the main road B197 and B171 to the city of Landeck (14 km), where the Inn Cycle Route and the Via Claudia Augusta Cycle Route pass by, or you can follow one of the MTB trails starting in Pettneu and St. Anton.

Route: Stanzertal Radweg, R6
Starting point: Flirsch (1,150 m asl)
Destination: St. Anton am Arlberg (1,300 m asl)
Distance: approx. 12.5 km
Cycling time: approx. 60 - 90 minutes
Altitude difference: approx. 200 m
Characteristics: partly asphalt roads, partly gravel roads

Attention: the described cycle routes are only sectionally cycle paths in the narrower sense. They often proceed on byroads where also car and tractor traffic is allowed. Please take care!

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