In Pettneu am Arlberg there’s the Rosanna Path, in summer a hiking path, and in winter a cross-country ski track
Altitude: 1,228 m a.s.l.
Pettneu am Arlberg, the neighbouring village of St. Anton am Arlberg, is located between the town of Landeck and the Arlberg Pass. The main village of Pettneu, the component locality of Schnann, and several hamlets form the municipal area. In the Stanzertal valley you become acquainted with an ancient handicraft, which is the forging of cow bells, called "Schellenschmieden".
The Lechtal and the Verwall Alps offer an impressive hiking trail network, completed by several MTB routes. From the local mountain, the 3,231 m high Hoher Riffler, you can enjoy a magnificient view on the Allgäu in Germany and on the Swiss Eastern Alps. Some years ago, also the Schnann Gorge has been reopened, which shows you the power of water on modern walkways.
In winter, Pettneu am Arlberg offers two toboggan runs and two cross-country ski tracks - one of them is the night trail at the soccer field. In the neighbouring St. Anton, however, there's Ski Arlberg, Austria's largest interconnected ski resort. The perfect place to relax after a hiking or skiing day in this beautiful mountain world is the Wellness Park Pettneu am Arlberg.