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Liechtenstein Panorama Trail: Stage 1

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The Liechtenstein Panoramaweg (sign post 66) is a classic hike in Liechtenstein. As part of a 3 to 4 day tour, it combines the experience of magnificent flower filled mountain ridges, mountain huts, and summits with panoramic views from Rätikon to Lake Constance.
difficult
Distance 13.3 km
6:30 h
466 m
1,053 m
2,365 m
1,401 m
The series starts with the magnificent Princess Gina Trail. The chairlift from Malbun to the top station at the panoramic restaurant «Sareiserjoch» is highly recommended: An alternative would be to take the path used for baby carriages and signed as the transport road. The Princess Gina Trail follows the ridge path with its beautiful views, up to the summit cross on the Augstenberg, which is the highest point of the Liechtenstein Panoramaweg. From there, it descends down a steep and rocky path to the charming Pfälzer hut, which is an ideal location for the first overnight stop. If weather conditions permit, the next morning, sure-footed hikers without a fear of heights can treat themselves to a side trip and climb the Naafkopf. Afterwards, you will continue along the Panorama Trail from Pfälzer hut, across the northern flank of Naafkopf and through the scree near the end of the Valüna Valley then descend down to the Schwarztobel ravine and Alpetli.

The entire path offers breath taking views and leads you to the Samina valley where you can see the little chapel of the hamlet of Steg with sign posts of overnight possibilities or you can stay at the Berggasthaus Sücka mountain in, which lies right on the path.

 

Alternative A: 

Walk the route to the Panorama-Restaurant Sareiserjoch

Alternative B: 

Sücka - Steg

 

Author’s recommendation

Food & drink / Accommodation:

Pfälzer hut (mid-June until mid-October), Hotel Steg, Berggasthaus Sücka mountain in and Gafadura hut (mid-May until mid-October)

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Martin Knöpfel 
Update: February 12, 2021
Difficulty
difficult
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Highest point
2,365 m
Lowest point
1,401 m
Best time of year
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Track types

Asphalt 0.78%Dirt road 0.41%Forested/wild trail 29.37%Path 68.68%Road 0.52%Unknown 0.21%
Asphalt
0.1 km
Dirt road
0.1 km
Forested/wild trail
3.9 km
Path
9.1 km
Road
0.1 km
Unknown
0 km
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Rest stops

Pfaelzerhuette
Berggasthaus Sücka hut
Mountain restaurant Sareiserjoch
Mountain Guesthouse Sücka

Start

Malbun (1,989 m)
Coordinates:
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2'765'549E 1'219'172N
DD
47.102840, 9.619752
DMS
47°06'10.2"N 9°37'11.1"E
UTM
32T 547026 5216778
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Destination

Steg

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Note

Wildlife refuge Hahnenspiel: December 15 - April 15
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Public transport

Public-transport-friendly

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Coordinates

SwissGrid
2'765'549E 1'219'172N
DD
47.102840, 9.619752
DMS
47°06'10.2"N 9°37'11.1"E
UTM
32T 547026 5216778
w3w 
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

Wanderkarte 1:25'000: Fürstentum Liechtenstein

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Difficulty
difficult
Distance
13.3 km
Duration
6:30 h
Ascent
466 m
Descent
1,053 m
Highest point
2,365 m
Lowest point
1,401 m
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