The Arlberg is Austria's biggest interconnected ski area with more than 300 km of slopes. With the opening of the Flexenbahn cableway in the winter of 2016/17, skiing at the Arlberg became even more varied and comfortable. This means that all resorts of the Arlberg skiing area – Lech, Zürs, Oberlech, St. Christoph, St. Anton, and Stuben as well as Schröcken and Warth – are easily accessible on skis.
The Arlberg ski resort in numbers:
- 87 state-of-the-art lifts and cable cars travelling between 1,300 and 2,800 metres above sea level (many of them with seat-heating),
- 26 ski conveyor belts in the children's and beginners' areas,
- 305 km of pistes of all degrees of difficulty,
- 200 km of powder runs.
In winter the Arlberg offers all kinds of winter fun not only for alpine skiers:
Heli-Skiing: Lech is the only place in Austria offering heli-skiing. You can choose between two impressive peaks: the Mehlsack summit is ideal for experienced skiers while the Schneetäli-Orgelscharte is recommended for skiers with intermediate skills.
The White Ring is one of the most beautiful and spectacular scenic ski circuits in the world. You start at an altitude of 2,337 m on the Rüfikopf. 22 kilometres of pistes and a difference in altitude of 5,500 metres lie before you. You will encounter the best slopes and most stunning viewpoints of the Arlberg region. Experienced skiers can take part in the "longest ski race in the world" in January.
Sportpark Lech (fitness centre): This is the perfect place for indoor sports: cycling, tennis and other ball games (badminton, volleyball, football, handball, basketball, ping pong), 10pin bowling, climbing, bouldering, slacklining. There is also a sauna as well as a spa area for relaxing.
Well prepared cross-country ski trails and skating routes amidst our fascinating Alpine mountain landscape as well as snowshoeing, horse-drawn sleigh rides, curling, toboggan run (Oberlech - Lech).