Along the Lechweg trail, explore the way that this small stream develops into a magnificently wild river. Opened in 2012 and certified as a ‘Leading Quality Trail of Europe,’ this approximately 125-km long-distance hiking trail passes through one of the last remaining wild riverine landscapes in the Alps.
From "Austria's most beautiful place in 2015," the Formarinsee lake at the foot of the Rote Wand mountain, this long-distance hiking trail leads through the Walser villages of Lech and Warth across several stages to the border with Germany in the direction of Alpsee lake. The long-distance hike comes to an end at Lechfall in Füssen.
The Lechweg can be walked in several stages. Rafting and canyoning companies also offer the opportunity to travel individual sections right on the Lech river. The towns along the Lechweg have good public transport links and a shuttle service; luggage is transported conveniently from stage to stage.