Lech, Zuers, St. Anton. The Arlberg region is not only the birthplace of modern Alpine skiing, but also a most popular playground for Europe's Royal families. Located 4,278 – 9,223 feet (1,300 m - 2,811 m) above sea level the Arlberg is serviced by 85 ski lifts, 161 miles / 259 km of downhill terrain, 124 miles / 200 km of deep snow and glacier skiing. It has all the right ingredients for winter fun in the Austrian Alps punctuated by variety, historic charm and world class amenities.
Enjoy the many Ski bars, tennis and squash, ice-skating, alpine curling, tobogganing and horse-drawn sleigh rides. The cuisine is as dazzling and varied as the terrain.
Scheduled bus service between Zurich airport and Arlberg on Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays.
A perfect Tirolean town and the worlds most famous ski race "Hahnenkammrennen" define this center of Alpine Skiing.
This jewel of a town has a decades-long tradition and an international reputation that has helped define winter sports and the entire ski industry. There is probably no winter sport, which cannot be practiced in Kitzbühel. The ski area is an eldorado with ninety-nine miles (160 kilometers) of manicured pistes, a top-notch funpark for snowboarders, deep-snow slopes, and mountains perfect for ski tours. The town is famous not only for sports but also for its hospitality. Enjoy Kitzbühel's excellent hotels, culinary delights, après-ski excitement, and its nightlife!
Kitzbühel - A Name Full of Magic
Get enchanted by the Kitzbühel-Reith-Aurach region at the foot of the world-famous Hahnenkamm. Traditions paired with a cosmopolitan atmosphere create the distinctive Kitzbühel flair. 100 miles / 160 km of pistes, 60 lifts, a snowboarder's paradise, carving areas, over 31 miles / 50 km of artificially prepared runs, a spectacular selection of bars, restaurants, and shops, as well as a casino.
Innsbruck has earned the reputation of being THE winter sports capital. The city works hard to maintain and improve its twin character as a top-class ski area as well as a sophisticated urban center. Innsbruck, with its striking location at the foot of the Alps offers guests a tempting choice of great skiing and snowboarding in six different areas.
Longing for the ultimate winter sports destination? The Stubai Glacier is your answer. Enjoy more than 50 kilometers of ski runs for intensive downhill skiing, carving and boarding or test your endurance on 2.8 miles / 4.5 km of cross-country tracks. Have fun exploring the Stubai Glacier located at an altitude from 5,741 to 10.500 ft. (1,750 m - 3,200 m) above sea level.
The Montafon valley is about 25 miles / 40 km long and includes 11 villages located at altitudes of 1,969 - 4,757 ft. (600 - 1,450 m) and ringed by majestic peaks of 3,312 meters, or over 10,000 ft.
There are villages with a casual, sporty atmosphere and a varied program of leisure activities, cozy localities suitable for families, as well as quiet Alpine villages perfect for relaxing.
Schruns, Gaschurn, Gargellen in the Vorarlberg provice are most easily reached via Zuerich as they are closest to our Swiss neighbors. Winter turns this Alpine valley into one big skiing paradise. 66 mountain railways and ski lifts, around 122 miles / 196 km of marked, manicured downhill runs, ski tours on the sparkling white Silvretta glaciers, 62 miles / 100 km of cross-country trails, 119 miles / 191 km of winter hiking trails, artificial and natural toboggan runs and ten skiing schools.
Step off the train in St. Anton am Arlberg and find yourself right in the heart of a charming Alpine village.Explore St. Anton...
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The Arlberg is a majestic Alpine mountain massif in western Austria, spanning the provinces of Tirol and Vorarlberg.Learn more...
Stuben am Arlberg, one of the oldest mountain “resorts” in the world, was founded in the 14th century.Stuben am Arlberg
Located in the majestic Alps. This region invites you to explore the vast and varied Alpine landscape.The Arlberg Region
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