Vaduz - Triesenberg: A Royal Hiking Tour

Vaduz

Vaduz Stadt

Vaduz Stadt

The Prince's castle high above Vaduz is not open for visitors, but you can walk right by it and through the forests of his estate and via the Grüscha path up to the ancient Walser settlement of Triesenberg. Every so often the light forest of beech trees opens up and provides a perfect frame for splendid views into the Rhine valley and onto the Alpstein massif on the Swiss side: a princely pleasure for every hiker.

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Technical information

Begin of tour: Vaduz Center
Access starting point: By bus or car to Vaduz
Point of arrival: Triesenberg
Access point of arrival: By bus from Triesenberg to Vaduz
Hiking time: 02:00 h
Physical fitness: easy
Difficulty: easy
Difference in elevation: 400 m
Culmination point: 884 m
Season: -
Gastronomy: Restaurants in Vaduz and Triesenberg
Overnight: Hotels in Vaduz and Triesenberg
Literature: Hiking Map Liechtenstein 1:25 000

Description

From the car-free town (North of Hotel Real), ascend to the castle on a steep lane and walking paths (the Castle is not open for visitors). Enjoy the natural beauty of the birch tree woods. The hike is particularly beautiful in spring when the leaves start to sprout, or in October with colorful fall foliage. The old houses and stables in the hamlet of Triesenberg bear witness to the farming culture of the Walsers. Insider tip: From Litze an excursion to the hamlet of Wangerberg with its old hayfilled barns is really worthwhile. On another wide loop through the village of Triesenberg you can descend via Rotenboden and Frommenhaus to the Castle of Vaduz

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The careful planning of a tour will ensure that you also derive the maximum pleasure and enjoyment from it. Please take the time to contact the local information centre and enquire about route and weather conditions before setting off. Your intended trail may be fully or partially closed, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.

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