Winter Walking

For the hale and hearty, Zürs and Lech afford wonderful winter walking opportunities. Hiking in the wintertime through evergreen forests draped in a fresh blanket of white, glittering snow is a terrific way to experience the natural beauty of the Arlberg Mountains. Take in the stunning winter scenery from one of the many winter walks along the 38-kilometer system of trails that are designated and waymarked for winter walking—winding around open meadows, through thick pine forests, and past gurgling creeks. With unbeatable snowscaped scenery, this unique form of backcountry trekking will fulfill your wintertime fantasies.



SCA – The Arlberg Ski Club

Arlberg Area saw the foundation of the Arlberg Ski Club in January 1901. The revolutionary Arlberg technique was born and bred on its slopes. Aspiring instructors come to train and qualify; serious skiers to sharpen up their act and test their skills on some of the world’s most exciting ski terrain. The pioneer spirit of the Arlberg Club runs deep throughout Arlberg Area—and the rich legacy of Arlberg’s forebears lives on at the SCA with its more than 8,000 members coming from all corners of the world, including many World Champions and Olympic Winners.



The White Ring

For almost 60 years now, the White Ring circuit has linked the Austrian resort of Lech with its neighbours Zürs, Zug, and Oberlech. Since 2006, each year 1,000 racers, amateurs and pros alike, head to the circuit to complete its 23km as fast as possible, joined by six ski lifts, with an altitude difference of more than 18,000 feet. The White Ring starts right at the summit station of the Rüfikopf cable car at 2,360m. Ring symbols along the slopes prevent you from getting lost. This is simply one of the most beautiful circuits of ski routes in the Alps, combining perfectly groomed slopes and breath-taking views.



Lifts, Trails & More

Never-ending terrain. Legendary back bowls. The size and diversity of the Arlberg Ski Resort means that everyone can discover their favorite area of the resort at Lech, Oberlech, Zürs, Warth Schrocken, St. Anton, St. Christoph, Rendl and Stuben—whether you prefer gentle groomers or prefer more advanced terrain:

280 km of Ski Runs
180 km of Backcountry Trails
Snowmaking on almost 70% of the skiable terrain

Terrain Classification:
* Expert 12%
* Advanced 48%
* Beginner 40%

Lift Tickets

With the newest most sophisticated snowmaking, high-speed lifts to every peak, hands-free access resort wide and the great variety of terrain, the Arlberg Ski Resort offers one of Austria’s premier ski & ride experiences. For information on Lift Tickets please refer to the Link below. Or, contact us at