We can well imagine that it is your desire to enjoy an untroubled and safe summer holiday in our beautiful Arlberg area. We feel the same way. It is our goal to ensure that your holiday is carefree and features the best possible protection for your health.
The hosts and landlords of the five Arlberg villages St. Anton, St. Christoph, Stuben, Zürs and Lech look forward to welcome you to enjoy mountain sports in the fresh mountain air beginning from June 2021. Biking, hiking, going up and down - in the warm season, pure mountain sports combined with excellent enjoyment in front of a breathtaking and natural mountain backdrop dominate the Arlberg area.
Everyday life seems so very far away in the mountain world around the 1,793 m high Arlberg Pass - where the Austrian provinces of Tyrol and Vorarlberg intersect. Unspoilt nature, invitingly sophisticated villages and a remarkable variety of activities welcome those seeking relaxation and active leisure lovers: hiking, climbing, golfing, great food and drink and amazing experiences.
The mountain villages on the Arlberg are blessed with individual characters, yet celebrate common values. St. Anton, St. Christoph, Stuben and Lech share a boundless love of sport and nature, an outstanding sense of quality and cosmopolitanism, coupled with deserved pride in their own traditions.
St. Anton, St. Christoph, Stuben, Lech: the names of the Arlberg villages have a reputation that extends around the globe - as the birthplace of alpine skiing and first class winter sports destination in the heart of Europe. What not everyone knows, however, is that the Arlberg’s mythical aura also unleashes a very special charm in summer. Forests, alpine meadows, emerald green lakes and mountain streams are sandwiched between the lush, green valleys and jagged rocky ridges. Healing tranquillity embraces hikers, mountain bikers, e-bikers and climbers who venture deep into the Verwall Group and Lechtal Alps, along a myriad of marked paths and routes. What is good to know is that thanks to modern summer cable cars, the Arlberg’s upper echelons can be reached quickly and easily by all holiday guests
Travel on Austrian motorways is subject to a toll. You can buy motorway stickers from border crossings, petrol stations, at tobacconists or from Austrian automobile clubs.
Current tarif information is available at https://www.asfinag.at/toll/vignette/
to St. Christoph | 7 km| regular taxi and bus connection (line 92), transfer time approx. 10-15 minutes
to Zürs Lech | 20km |regular taxi and bus connection (line 92), transfer time approx. 30 minutes.
to Zürs Lech 15 km | regular taxi and bus connection (line 91), transfer time approx. 20 minutes.
to Stuben am Arlberg |3 km| regular taxi and bus connection (line 90 & 91), transfer time approx. 5 minutes.
If you are arriving by train there are special saver fares in many European countries | http://www.oebb.at
|Altenrhein (CH)||ca 100 km||Europe|
|Innsbruck (A)||ca 120 km||Europe|
|Friedrichshafen (D)||ca 130 km||Europe|
|Memmingen (D)||ca 180 km||Europe|
|Zürich (CH)||ca 200 km||International|
|München (D)||ca 300 km||International|
|Mailand (I)||ca 330 km||International|