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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.
Dubbed the "Woodstock of snowboarding", the Longboard Classic is a unique snowboarding event in Stuben am Arlberg.
Weisser Rausch, Arlberg
TVB St. Anton am Arlberg
/ Patrick Säly
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 Tourismus
/ Simon Rainer
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
How to Get There
The closest airports are Altenrhein, Switzerland (100 km), Innsbruck (120 km), Friedrichshafen, Germany (130 km), and Zurich, Switzerland (200 km).
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)
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