Info about Lech

Activities & Information for the winter season

The „Arlberg ski area“ - the cradle of modern alpine skiing

The Arlberg is known for 340km of perfectly groomed slopes between 1.280m and 2.800m above sea level - offering fantastic and extensive off-piste opportunities. Take advantage of the 85 tracks and ski lifts and enjoy winter sports on slopes that are second to none and provide enough space for all skill levels. A tip: The beginners slopes Flühenlift, Schwarzwand lift and the children ski area are less than 5 minutes walk from the hotel.

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[Translate to Englisch:] „Skischule Lech“ - ski competence at its best

The Lech ski school, founded in 1925, offers skiing lessons for children, teens and adults, for beginners, easy to sporty drivers - both in group as well as in private courses. Develop your ski technique or try something new like telemark or snowboard.

Especially at peak season around Christmas, Carnival and Easter, we recommend an early online booking in order to guarantee to secure a place in the ski school!

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“The blue Local Bus System“ – free transport in Lech Zürs

Leave your car with us in the parking lot and use the free and well-developed transport network of the „Lecher Ortsbuse“. Through short cycle times there is hardly any wait time and by a variety of distributed stops you arrive at each corner in Lech. The local bus is until 19.30 clock free for all guests in Lech.

In the evening, James is your driver through the night. The taxi James connects the districts of Oberlech, Stubenbach, Zug and Zürs to the center in Lech. With the convenient „One night ticket“ you are mobile until late at night (about 03.00 clock).

sport.park.lech – More exercise, more fun - even in winter

In sport.park.lech you find a sporty balance to winter sports. Whether active, sportive or playful, here you will learn endurance, dynamics, energy, momentum fresh and fun. Sporting activities: fitness, cycling, tennis, ball sports, bowling, rock climbing / bouldering, fun activity and all sorts of enjoyment.

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Cross-country skiing and winter hiking - be enchanted in the snowy world of the mountains

Away from the ski slopes and ski routes the winter hiking trails and 27 k m of diver se cross-country skiing are considered secrets. Whether taking a walk around the Schlössle way up to the Kriegeralpe or in the romantic Zugertal - you will be enchanted through the silence and relaxing views.

Hotel Stülzis is right on the start of the hiking trail between Lech and Zug. Would you rather walk in Oberlech or Zürs? With the blue local buses you can go free to explore Lech Zürs.

You can choose from the following trails:

  • Lech – Zug | ca. 2,8 km
  • Gasthof Omesberg – Zug | ca. 2,4 km
  • Zug – Älpele | ca. 3,5 km
  • Älpele – Tannläger – Älpele | ca. 8,0 km
  • Spullerswaldweg | ca. 2,0 km
  • Zürs - Flexenpass - Zürs | 4,0 km

The Arlberg - Mountain paradise in the heart of the Alps

Lech, Zug, Zürs, Stuben with Rauz, St. Christoph and St. Anton together form the Arlberg region. Their different characters make the Arlberg one of the most diverse holiday destinations in the world. An exemplary infrastructure connecting the towns by public transport and remote ski and hiking trails. While in the winter, an average 7m of snowfall provide best skiing conditions and a fantastic winter experience. Numerous of hiking destinations and an impressive mountain world offer relaxation on 1.300m to 2.800m above sea level.

The cradle of alpine skiing Sports

Today skiing is taught based on the revolutionary Arlberg School of ski pioneer Hannes Schneider in 1920. He was just one of the many personalities who share responsibility for building the first drag lift (in Zürs, 1937) and the first cable car ( Galzig / St. Anton, 1937) in Austria.

Innovative today: Eenjoy heated chairlifts and ski even on moderate snow conditions on perfectly groomed and snowy slopes.

Historic at the Arlberg

The name Arlberg can be traced back to the year 1218 and is derived from the here very numerous and weather- resistant Arlen bushes. The Arlberg Pass was already in the Bronze Age an important transport link between East and West. Petografische findings prove lively trade route claimed from that era.

The association ski.kultur.arlberg deals with the academic research of the emergence of winter sports on the Arlberg. There are regular exhibitions at the museums in the Arlberg area: Museum Huber Hus (Lech ), Walsermuseum Lech Tannberg (Lech ), museum (St. Anton ). Logo