Lech am Arlberg is paradise for fans of winter sports, snow lovers and those who enjoy nature. The mountain village of Lech is situated at approx. 1450 metres above sea level and is popular due to its snow covered landscape, perfectly groomed slopes, romantic walking paths and sporting activities from December through to April. Experience the countless possibilities and the magic of winter on a winter holiday in Lech am Arlberg.
The Arlberg – The birthplace of modern alpine skiing. Enter Austria’s largest inter-connected ski resort from the Hotel door. Ski Arlberg offers you 305 kilometres of ski slopes, 200 kilometres of powder snow runs and 88 modern lifts and cable cars that bring you comfortably up the mountain. You can ski directly from the Hotel Hubertus and start a great days skiing from the Schlosskopf lift. Lech doesn’t only offer winter sports activities. Plan your refreshment stop in one of the numerous ski huts on the slopes. A large filling portion of “käsespätzle” or a fluffy, sweet “Kaiserschmarrn” give you strength for the rest of the day.
For those who would like to learn the art of or improve their skiing, there are various ski schools in and around Lech. When discovering Lech on foot, make use of the Sonnenabo. With this lift ticket you can use the lifts without skis and make use of the winter walking paths high above the valley.
- Part of Austria’s largest inter-connected ski resort with 305 kilometres of slopes
- From the door of the Hotel Hubertus to the Schlosskopf lift on skis
- Snow-sure, vast and varied
- 200 kilometres of freeride slopes
- Ski huts, restaurants and bars on the slopes
- Sonnenabo: Pedestrian ticket for the ski resort
- Various ski schools nearby, such as the renowned Skischule Lech
- Sports shops with equipment hire and the best advice
- Child care & children’s courses in Lech
- One of the most legendary ski routes in the Alps: Der Weiße Ring
200 kilometres of freeride slopes and the never-ending vastness of the mountains in Lech – start your winter holiday adventure away from the prepared slopes. The Arlberg is paradise for freeriders and ski touring. In the middle of winter you are spoilt with cool slopes covered in powder snow. In spring Firn snow is on the programme. Discover a world away from the prepared slopes, we recommend skiing with a local guide.
The experienced guides show you not only the best slopes, but also provide advice on the dangers. Foresight is better than hindsight. Only ski off-piste with the required experience and/or a local guide, along with the correct equipment consisting of an avalanche rucksack with an avalanche transceiver and first-aid kit. Then nothing stands in the way of off-piste adventure.
- Ski slopes start on the doorstep
- Only 250 metres to the base station of the Schlosskopf lift
- Just 5 minutes’ walk to the village with shops and restaurants
- Plenty of sports shops nearby
- Winter walking paths start close to the hotel
Away from the slopes, experience the varied countryside around Lech am Arlberg. Nature as far as the eye can see, fresh mountain air and glistening snow crystals ensure relaxation and regeneration. Discover Lech through the numerous winter walking paths or take part in a guided snow-shoe walk. One of the most beautiful ways to discover the mountains is on cross-country skis.
In Lech there are 27 kilometres of cross-country skiing tracks available, taking you through idyllic forests and over snowy meadows. Looking for an extra special experience? How about a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride or a spectacular tandem paraglide at a breath-taking height? The possibilities in Lech are endless.
- Rapid descent
Ski Arlberg: Skiing fun on over 305 kilometres of slopes.
- Glide over the snow
27 kilometres of idyllic cross-country skiing tracks around Lech
- Powder snow adventures
Vast freeride and ski-touring landscape in the Arlberg region.
- Picturesque scenery
Over 40 kilometres of winter walking paths.
- Fast pace tobogganing fun
On 1.2 kilometres downhill on a toboggan
- Unforgettable experience
Sleigh ride and tandem flight in snow