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    • Freeriding in the region Lech-Zürs / Lech at Arlberg
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      Arlberg Region: Alpine Charm, International Lifestyle

      Feel the Winter Love in the Arlberg region's 5 villages with skiing steeped in history.

    Ski run in the sun

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    Winter Love is... World-Class Skiing and Gourmet Cuisine

    Often dubbed the "cradle of alpine skiing", the Arlberg region is a place where everything is first rate: from the splendid pistes in St. Anton and the multiple-award-winning restaurants in Lech to the home-away-from-home feel of Stuben, the historical town of St. Christoph, and the international lifestyle of Zürs, everyone will find a ski town that seems custom-made for them.

    Why We Love the Arlberg Region in Tirol

    • over 300 km of slopes with one ski pass
    • largest contiguous ski area in Austria
    • 200 km of off-piste skiing in deep powder snow
    • more than 30 Gault Millau award-winning restaurants
    • authentic Alpine charm, from architecture to the friendly hosts

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    3 Winter Experiences in the Arlberg Region We Love

    •                     "White Ring" ski circuit in Vorarlberg / Lech Zürs am Arlberg
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      The Weiße Ring - the Alps' Most Legendary Ski Circuit

      The White Ring Race is a half-day sporting challenge with approx. 22 km of ski runs and 5,500 metres of ascents and descents.
      A thrilling experience
    •                     Run of Fame / Lech Zürs am Arlberg
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      Run of Fame

      Dedicated to skiing pioneers and sporting/film stars, this 85-kilometre circuit runs through the entire skiing area of the Arlberg region.
      Follow in famous footsteps!
    •                     Winter Climbing Route
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      Arlberg Winter Climbing Route

      This 850-metre climbing trail is considered one of the most beautiful winter climbs in Tirol.
      Climb an icy mountain
    •                 Toboggan Evening Stuben
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      Insider's Tip: Stuben Toboggan Evening

      Have fun sliding down a floodlit toboggan run on a "Zipfelbob" toboggan and enjoy a hot drink after! Every Tuesday from 7:30 p.m. until 9 p.m.

      Do you dare?

    Events You'll Love

    •                     LBC - the Woodstock of Snowboarding
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      Longboard Classic in Stuben, 15 April 2023

      Dubbed the "Woodstock of snowboarding", the Longboard Classic is a unique snowboarding event in Stuben am Arlberg.
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    •                     Weisser Rausch, Arlberg
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      Der weisse Rausch (The White Thrill), 22 April 2023

      This unusual Alpine ski race, named for a film classic from 1931, includes climbing snow obstacles and skiing down an unprepared slope.
      Experience the spectacle
    •                      / Lech Zürs
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      Tanzcafé Arlberg Music Festival, 2 - 16 April 2023

      This vintage festival offers up live music from swing and boogie woogie to electro-swing and pop, performed in front of a picturesque mountain backdrop.
      Get in the groove

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    • How to Get There

      By plane:

      The closest airports are Altenrhein, Switzerland (100 km), Innsbruck (120 km), Friedrichshafen, Germany (130 km), and Zurich, Switzerland (200 km).

      By train:

      • From St. Gallen - Altenrhein: train with 2 x change to St. Anton (2 h 20 min), then local taxi or bus (line 92) to St. Christoph (about 10-15 min) or Zürs Lech (about 30 min)
      • From Innsbruck: direct train to St. Anton (1 h 7 min), then local taxi or bus (line 92) to St. Christoph (about 10-15 min) or Zürs Lech (about 30 min)
      • From Friedrichshafen: train with 3 x change to St. Anton (3 h 15 min), then local taxi or bus (line 92) to St. Christoph (about 10-15 min) or Zürs Lech (about 30 min)
      • From Zurich: direct train to St. Anton (2 h 20 min), then local taxi or bus (line 92) to St. Christoph (about 10-15 min) or Zürs Lech (about 30 min)

      By car:

      • From the east: take the A1 motorway to Salzburg, then cross through Germany and continue on A12 to the exit for Switzerland/Germany/Bregenz, then E60/S16 to St. Anton am Arlberg/St. Christoph/Lech Zürs
      • From the west: take the A12 motorway to the exit for Switzerland/Germany/Bregenz, then E60/S16 to St. Anton am Arlberg/St. Christoph/Lech Zürs

       

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    • Facts & Figures

      1 ski area

      300 km of slopes

      70 km of cross-country trails

      110 km winter hiking trails

      88 lifts

      37 ski schools in St. Anton, 13 in Lech Zürs, 1 in Stuben

      highest mountain in the area: Valluga 2.811 m

    Winter Love Off the Slopes

    Taste the Winter Love: Try These Amazing Restaurants

    • Verwallstube in St. Anton, Arlberg
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    • Rote Wand Chef's Table
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    Dorfstraße 8

    6580 St. Anton am Arlberg


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