The Wals Fable Trail
Legends and stories accompany hikers on the trail through a fascinating cultural landscape with panoramic views of the Rhine Valley and the surrounding mountains.
The trail tells the story of the Walser community of Triesenberg using information stations and boards, while nearby playgrounds and barbecue sites tempt visitors to stay a while and enjoy themselves.
Stage 1: From the Walser musem to Masescha
The starting point is the village square in Triesenberg with its Walser Museum. The demanding 5.5-kilometre hiking trail to Masescha is not suitable for buggies and requires sturdy footwear. It takes about two and a half hours.
Stage 2: From Masescha to Rizlina
The second part of the Wals Fable Trail from Masescha to Studa, however, is suitable for families with buggies and prams. The easy hike along the 2.3-kilometre stretch takes about one hour.
Stage 3: From the Studa playground to the starting point (village centre)
The final stage leads from Rizlina past the Studa playground and Rossboda back to the starting point in the centre of the village. This final section of the Wals Fable Trail is 4.0km long and takes about one and a half hours.
Tourdata and map (3.2 MB)
Set of themed postcards
Hikers who collect the stamps along the Wals Fable Trail will receive a free set of postcards showing sights along the trail. These postcards are available from the post office in Triesenberg and the Liechtenstein Center in Vaduz.
Accommodation & restaurant possibilities
Café Bar Heusträffl
www.restaurant-heusträffl.li (German only)
Café Konditorei Guflina
www.guflina.li (German only)
www.restaurant-edelweiss.li (German only)
www.kainer.li (German only)