Walking on the Arlberg
Spend a walking holiday centred on Hotel Adler. Whistling marmots, cowbells and rushing mountain streams; mountain peaks glowing in the evening sun; glistening alpine lakes, relaxing in a sea of flowers, letting your senses come alive. That's all part of walking on the Arlberg.
It’s official! Mountain walking is healthy...
A study by Innsbruck University has made this earth-shattering discovery. We reckon they could have saved themselves the trouble.
One look at the happy faces of our guests when they return from a walk in our fabulous mountains is proof enough. But we would still like to mention the fact that, at an altitude of nearly 1700 m above sea level, the Adler’s incredible position can only enhance these health-giving properties ;-)
Lech trail – from the source to the falls.
This is the name of the new themed walking trail through the Lech valley. All relevant information on this valley walk can be obtained by visiting www.lechweg.com or from us at the hotel.
Karhorn via ferrata
A challenging climb offering breathtaking and sometimes vertiginous views!
The first section, from the entry point to the summit, is classified as category A to B, meaning that this part is suitable for beginners. The second, new part of the route is exclusively for experienced mountain climbers. This section provides a challenging extension to the Karhorn via ferrata and, after 600 metres, progresses to a category C to D.
Travelup the mountain on the Steffisalp Express. After the ascent head left towards the Wartherhorn saddle (approx.45-50 min. climb). Then either continue left to the summit of the Warther Horn or turn immediately right into the Karhorn via ferrata.
Full climbing kit with helmet, plus thorough familiarisation with this equipment and experience of its use are absolute prerequisites. Strong footwear is mandatory to ensure the necessary grip.