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.
Mountain Massif. Alpine Pass. Region. Arlberg is all that, yet so much more: Social meeting point and famous tourist region, fascinating and legendary. It is regarded as the birthplace and most coveted domicile of international ski sport. As hub of the freeride scene, it is worshipped with cultlike reverence.
Arlberg’s charisma became even greater and more enticing allure in the winter of 2016/17. The gondolas of the new Flexenbahn cable car now glide over the rugged massif from Alpe Rauz to Zürs, connecting Tirol with Vorarlberg for the very first time in what is now Austria’s largest connected ski resort.
Check out all slopes and ski lifts and look for your most favorite one already. Discover all opened and closed ski lifts in our skiing area.
The fascination of the Arlberg unites people from all over the world. It is the reason why guests from over 50 nations visit this alpine region every year. Successful fashion or movie stars are to be found equally amongst the visitors as young mavericks from the off-piste community.
87 lifts and cable cars, 305 kilometres of marked ski runs, 200 kilometres of deep snow runs in back country terrain. Numbers that speak volumes. They outline the unparalleled dimensions that ski aficionados have always appreciated about Arlberg.
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|