Whether on two wheels or on foot, whether wide paths or narrow paths, the Rendlalm offers something for everyone. A popular route, especially for e-bikes, leads from St. Anton am Arlberg from the Rosanna to St. Jakob. There the path branches off to the right and leads upwards in large serpentines. Alternatively, hikers can choose the steeper variant through the forest. After about 75 minutes the hut is reached by e-bike. After a hearty snack, the way back through the burning slopes at the Rendl can be done. The blooming alpine roses are a unique natural spectacle in July. Passing the Rendl mountain station, the route leads through the Moostal valley back to the village. Hikers can also use the narrower paths. And for those who are less fit, the mountain railways facilitate the ascent. From the Rendl mountain station simply follow the signs "Alpenrosenweg"; and enjoy the magnificent view of Gampen, Galzig and Valluga. The descent can take place via St. Jakob or via the Archduke Eugen-Weg directly back to the village.