This approx. 120 km long hiking trail begins in the source area of the Lech, in the community of Lech am Arlberg. It opens up the Lechtal-Reutte nature park region and reaches its destination at the Lechfall in Füssen. The Lechweg was opened on 15 June 2012.
Easy long distance hiking through an alpine region, which is also one of the last wild river landscapes in Europe: Since the 2012 hiking season, the "Lechweg - from the source to the fall" opens up an alpine backdrop for easy long distance hiking for the first time. At the same time, it is the first cross-border long-distance hiking trail to be certified according to the common quality criteria of the European Hiking Federation (EWV). Over a distance of around 125 kilometres, the Lech Trail leads from Lake Formarin near Lech am Arlberg via Warth into the Lechtal-Reutte Nature Park region to the Lechfall in Füssen in the Allgäu. It thus connects three regions and two countries with their respective traditions and stories.