Winter and snowshoe hikers as well as ski mountaineers find now perfect conditions for contemplative hikes through the unspoilt landscape of the region. You're never far from the Lech river during all excursions and you can enjoy relaxing winter days off the beaten tracks of skiing tourism. On altogether 34 winter routes you can hike approx. 132 kilometres. The hikes bring you to the most beautiful destinations of the nature park region and invite to experience the wild river and the majestic mountains up close. During your winter hikes you will get to know the cultural and scenic gems and the impressive landscape along the banks of Europe’s last wild river.
Long panorama trails lead to power spots offering great views, such as the altitude settlement of Bircheltsgump in the quaint Bockbachtal, from where you can enjoy a view of the Hochalptal and the Krabachtal. You can also get to the quaint, small huts on the Bernhardseck, which are located at an altitude of more than 1,800m and which can be only reached by foot or mountaineering skis.
If you love peace and want to take deep breaths and enjoy the fantastic landscape of the region to the full, you should visit the lovely villages in the side-valleys: Hinterhornbach, Gramais, Bschlabs and Boden.
Far from civilisation, one can only get there from the nature park region during the winter months. On often hidden trails you can get into the heart of the Lechtal and Allgäu Alps.