rosanna herbstfarben vom stanzertaler radweg aus
rosanna herbstfarben vom stanzertaler radweg aus

Hike on the Rosannaweg path

This hiking trail through the Stanzertal valley from Schnann to St. Anton am Arlberg is also accessible with prams and wheelchairs.

The Rosanna river rises in the Verwall Group and drains the Stanzertal valley between St. Anton and the lower end of the valley at Pians, where it joins the Trisanna to form the Sanna river and flows into the Inn at Landeck. This leisurely walk follows the course of the Rosanna from Schnann to St. Anton. Starting in Schnann we walk over the Rosanna bridge and follow the path on the south side of the Rosanna river. The path remains on the southern bank of the river until St. Anton and largely corresponds to the Stanzertal Cycle Route.

The path is mostly a wide gravel path, only short sections are asphalted, and leads along the alluvial forest and across meadows. Only the last section to St. Anton is a bit steeper. The 10 km long way can be mastered in less than 3 hours and has no difficulty at all. We are accompanied by the rushing of the river and can enjoy nice views on the villages and the Lechtal Alps.


Author: AT

If you want to do this hike, please take information about the weather and the current conditions of the trail on site!


Starting point: Schnann
Destination: St. Anton am Arlberg
Markers: Rosannaweg, Stanzertal Cycle Route
Distance: approx. 10 km (each direction)
Walking time: about 3 hours (each direction)
Altitude difference: approx. 210 m
Altitude level: between 1,160 and 1,310 m a.s.l.
Suited for prams? yes
Experienced in: September 2015


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