The Arlberg is the largest connected ski area in Austria. This unique mountain world is considered the cradle of alpine skiing.
A few superlatives – in terms of numbers:
- 88 lifts und cable cars.
- 305 kilometres ski slopes.
- 200 kilometres of high alpine deep snow descents.
- The Langer Zug ski run is one of the steepest groomed slopes in the world with an 80% gradient.
- ‘Run of Fame’ – probably the longest ski circuit in the world: from St. Anton via Zürs and Lech to Warth (85 kilometres and 18,000 vertical metres).
Whether beginner or professional, whether snowboarder or freerider – the Arlberg offers fun and challenge for all ages and abilities. Also: fun parks, giant slalom racetracks, speed checks, toboggan runs and much more.
Local buses and ski buses are free in the Arlberg region with your ski pass.
Cross-country skiing and winter hiking: A holiday in Lech is not only something for skiers. A walk through the snow-covered winter landscape will let you experience how beneficial silence can be.
We are happy to give you tips for routes and trails.
Lech in Winter – current events and tips
Child care at Kinderclub Lech:
In Kinderclub Lech the kids (3 to 4 ½ years) enjoy their first experience with skis.
Ski School Lech
One of the most traditional ski schools in the world – lessons for beginners and professionals.