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    • Freeriding in the region Lech-Zürs, Arlberg / Lech at Arlberg
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      Arlberg - Winter Holidays the Austrian Way

      Alpine charm meets international lifestyle: Explore the Arlberg region, the birthplace of modern skiing.

    Snow, slopes, spas, and food: The Arlberg region, often dubbed the "cradle of alpine skiing", is a place where everything is top-notch: from the splendid pistes in St. Anton and the historical hamlet of St. Christoph, to the home-away-from-home feel of Stuben, the international lifestyle of Zürs, and the multiple-award-winning restaurants in Lech, everyone will find a place here that seems custom-made for them.

    Arlberg is one of the snowiest regions of the Alps, the largest connected ski area in Austria and one of the five largest in the world. Skiing has been part of everyday day life here for more than 100 years, so holidaymakers can look forward to an authentic winter experience with a tad of luxury. Put on your skis, whisk down the slopes and explore the huts and mountain restaurants side by side with the locals.

    Winter Holidays the Austrian Way!

    skiing in the ski area Lech-Zürs Arlberg / Lech at Arlberg

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    Why Visit the Arlberg Region

    • Five villages - St. Anton, St. Christoph, Stuben, Zürs and Lech, each with their very own charm
    • Access to more than 300 km of marked ski runs and 87 lifts with just one lift pass - welcome to Austria's largest connected ski resort!
    • An authentic skiing experience - winter sport is part of the locals' DNA
    • More than 200 km of off-piste skiing in deep powder snow, a challenge even for pros
    • More than 30 Gault Millau award-winning restaurants, many awaiting with equally famous wine cellars
    • International crowd - mingle with winter athletes and celebrities on and off the pistes
    • All villages are easy to reach by public transport and the ski busses are free - no need for a car!
    • Sustainable ski holidays: Lech has been CO2-neutral since 2019, St. Anton uses 100% green electricity

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    General Information

    • How to get there

      By plane:

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

      By train:

      • From Zurich: direct train to St. Anton (2 h 45 min), then local taxi or bus (line 760) 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 720) to St. Christoph (about 10-15 min) or Zürs Lech (about 30 min) or train station Langen am Arlberg (1 h 15 min) and take a local taxi or bus to Stuben, Zürs or Lech
      • From Friedrichshafen: train with 2 or 3 changes to St. Anton (3 h 15 min), then local taxi or bus (line 720) to St. Christoph (about 10-15 min) or Zürs Lech (about 30 min) or to Langen am Arlberg (2 h 30 min) for further local connections to Stuben, Zürs or Lech.
      • From Vienna: direct train to St. Anton (6 h), then local taxi or bus (line 720) to St. Christoph (about 10-15 min) or Zürs Lech (about 30 min) or train to Langen am Arlberg (6 h)

       

      The following taxi companies or the Zürich airport shuttle bus are happy to help to get you to your destination:

      • Arlberg Express (Zürich Airport to Arlberg shuttle service)
      • Taxi Stuben am Arlberg
      • Taxi Lech Zürs am Arlberg
      • Taxi St. Anton am Arlberg
    • Facts & Figures
      • 1 ski area
      • More than 300 km of marked ski runs for all skill levels
      • More than 200 km of powder-snow slopes, beautiful off-piste options for freeriders
      • 70 km of cross-country trails
      • 110 km winter hiking trails
      • 87 lifts and cable cars
      • More than 50 ski schools spread around the area
      • Highest mountain accessible by cable car in the area: Valluga 2.811 m

    And now, let's book your holiday...

    Tour Operator Packages

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    Mogul Ski World

    St. Anton book here | Lech book here | Zürs book here

    Ski Max

    St. Anton book here | Lech book here

    My Snow Holidays

    Arlberg book here

    TravelPlanSki

    St. Anton book here | Lech book here

    Book your own accommodation in St. Anton or Lech Zürs

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      Epic Pass Holders

      The 2023 Epic Australia Pass includes 3 consecutive days at Ski Arlberg in the 2023/24 Northern Hemisphere snow season, with a required minimum stay of 3 consecutive nights at a participating Arlberg resort lodging property.

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    Workout the Austrian Way

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      Run of Fame

      Dedicated to skiing pioneers and sports and movie stars, this 85-km circuit takes skiers through the whole Arlberg region.
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    •                         "White Ring" ski circuit in Vorarlberg / Lech Zürs am Arlberg
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      Der Weiße Ring - Ski Circuit

      The White Ring is a half-day challenge featuring approx. 22 km of ski runs and 5,000 m of ascents and decents.
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      Mohnenfluh Runs

      Take your pick from leisurely to challenging slopes at the Mohnenfluh mountain, all starting at the Steinmähder mountain station.
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    Mindful Winter Moments

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      Winter Hiking in Lech Zürs

      The Arlberg region has no less than 40 km of hiking trails - enjoy the snowy landscapes, and take a pit-stop at a cosy hut.
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      Yoga at arlflow

      Achy muscles after a long day on the slopes? A yoga class will instantly make you feel better (available for all skill levels).
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    Culinary Delights in the Arlberg Region

    •                         Rote Wand Chef's Table, Arlberg
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      Rote Wand Chef's Table

      New chef Julian Stieger prepares his creative signature dishes in front of his guests' eyes, mainly using regional products.
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    •                         Verwallstube in St. Anton, Arlberg
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      Verwallstube

      Enjoy exquisite cuisine and service in one of the highest gourmet restaurants in Europe (2,085 m above sea level).
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    •                         Arlberg Thaja in St. Christoph am Arlberg / St. Christoph am Arlberg
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      Arlberg Thaja

      A traditional Tyrolean hut (with a large sun terrace!) serving all the local dishes accompanied by fine wines
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    Away from the Slopes

    •                         Valluga Viewing Platform, St. Anton am Arlberg / Tyrol
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      Valluga Cable Car & Viewing Plattform

      Enjoy stunning panoramic views of 5 countries: Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Liechtenstein.
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    •                         Inside Skyspace Lech, art installation by James Turrell, Arlberg region
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      Skyspace Lech

      Take a sunset tour through James Turrell's spectacular atmospheric installations (English tours every Tuesday).
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    •                         Winter Climbing Route, Arlberg region
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      Winter Climbing Tour

      Who says you can't go climbing in winter?! This 850 m tour is one the most beautiful ones in Tirol.
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