The Schalber hiking and adventure programme...
...offers guided mountain tours with attractive highlights, e.g., the Sunrise tour with breakfast in the mountains, herbal walks, and other unique hiking tours with our guide Andreas.
You can borrow backpacks, raincoats, walking sticks, and maps for free
a hiking paradise
Lots of our regular guests think that nature has favoured the sunny terrace of Tyrol in terms of its climate, geography and countryside – and we can believe their critical voices.
Here there is a wide choice of hiking trails at three levels, each of which features different and constantly fascinating flora with a more or less Alpine character at a different altitude. Each trail is well signposted so that experienced hikers can easily find their way even without the services of a hiking guide.
The first level is located 1,400 m above sea level. This is also the location of the three Rhaeto-Romanic villages of Serfaus, Fiss and Ladis. They are all linked to an extensive network of hiking trails which even ordinary mortals can manage (!). They lead through a wonderful sea of flowers and through the woods on the plateau.
The cableway is the convenient way to get to the second level. This is where numerous mountain flowers – a source of absolute delight for nature-lovers – can be seen in full bloom from the start of the mountain spring around the end of June until late into the autumn.
You can also take the cableway to reach the third hiking level at 2,400 m above sea level. This is the starting point for lots of Alpine mountain tours featuring all of the 3,000 m peaks of the ‘Samnaun group’. Known as the secretive ‘eyes of the mountains’, the deep blue mountain lakes in these parts invite the hiker to stop for a while and contemplate the surroundings. By the way, you won’t be meeting that many hikers in this region now you’re off the beaten track. Here you’re alone with the chamois, the ibex and with the sheep of the Serfaus mountain farmers.