Summit station Tafamunt cable car- Lake Wiegensee - Verbellaalpe - Ganifer Valley - Partenen
The Lake Wiegensee lies in a protected moorland landscape and is a product of the postglacial period. The view of the Silvretta mountains on the other side of the lake is overwhelming. The Kops reservoir with its curved dam wall is a successful combination of nature and technology.
Lass Deine Seele baumeln bei einer Einkehr auf der Verbellaalpe.
Valley station Tafamunt cable car, Partenen (1,536 m)
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Valley station Tafamunt cable car, Partenen
The moderate hike starts at the summit station of the Tafamunt cable car. The first ascent is taken by the cable car. The first stop is directly at the summit station, the Tafamunt Stöbli. From there you can continue uphill on your own, first through the forest. After leaving the forest, the view of the Silvretta peaks and the Silvretta High Alpine Road is thrilling. In order to enjoy the panorama better, observation benches invite you to do so. With a little luck you can observe chamois on the slopes below the Versalspitze, which you can see from the path. Soon afterwards you will reach the enchanting Lake Wiegensee, which is wonderfully embedded in the high moor landscape. Through the beautiful high moor landscape, the hiking trail gradually leads in a northerly direction into the wide landscape of the Verwall. Above the Verbella Valley, it gently rises and falls to the Verbellaalpe (open only from the end of June to the beginning of September). You start the descent a little after the Verbellaalpe and hike downhill like a serpentine through the Ganifer Valley. You will reach the Inner and Ausserganifer. Continue straight ahead uphill via Frons back to Partenen.
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Public transport friendly
Just leave your car.
The Montafonerbahn shuttle buses run throughout the Montafon. The main lines depart hourly from Schruns station.
From Schruns station you can take bus 85 to Partenen. The exit point is: "Bergbahnen". Return also with the bus line 85 to Schruns station.