Ski Arlberg, Austria's largest ski region

Extending from Warth-Schröcken to Lech and Zürs, St. Christoph, Stuben and St. Anton, Austria’s largest interconnected ski regions, and one of the 5 largest in the world, bids you welcome! The Arlberg is the cradle of European skiing. Once established, the liberating feeling of gliding around in the snow acquired popularity at the speed of light. Since then winter has enjoyed its best time ever. Maybe you will too!

Facts about Ski Arlberg

305 kilometres of pistes

of which 63 km are in the Warth-Schröcken ski area. No-one is obliged to ski any run twice, although you’re allowed to do so by choice. There are lots of runs on the Arlberg that risk becoming personal favourites.

200 kilometres of powder runs

An Eldorado for freeriders and ski tourers. Rich in white gold, as we like to call the powder snow between December and April.

88 lifts and cable cars

The cable cars will whisk you up to the highest, sunniest, most enjoyable and most exciting runs and highlights in the ski area.

2 ski piste seals of approval

The entire ski area has been awarded official ski piste seals of approval by both Tyrol and Vorarlberg.

Highlights on the Arlberg

The Walser village of Warth and the Warth-Schröcken ski area are part of the Ski Arlberg region, with all its superlatives. Hotel Walserberg is located next to the Dorfbahn cable car providing direct access to the ski area. The very best Ski-in Ski-out on the Arlberg.

Run of Fame

This 85 kilometre long 3-pass fun run, involving an altitude different of 18,000 metres, takes skiers across the Hochtannberg, the Flexen and the Arlberg passes. Starting in Warth you proceed via Lech-Zürs to St. Anton/Rendl and back (skiable in both directions). The ski circuit is dedicated to the Arlberg ski pioneers. Possible in one day for good skiers, although for a really enjoyable experience more time should be allowed.

The White Ring

The White Ring, the legendary Arlberg ski circuit, has provided a link between nature and technology – as well as between the villages of Lech, Zürs, Zug and Oberlech – for over 60 years. The circuit, involving approximately 22 kilometres of piste and an altitude difference of 5,500 metres, offers an alpine sightseeing tour which takes in numerous panoramic viewpoints and congenial watering holes.

Warth-Schröcken ski area

The bottom station of the Dorfbahn cable car accessing the Warth-Schröcken ski area is located opposite the hotel and within easy walking distance. Thanks to the Auenfeldjet cable car link, Warth-Schröcken has enjoyed access to the Ski Arlberg region since 2017.

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Holiday destination

Your holiday destination, the little Walser village of Warth, is located at 1,400m above sea level at the point where the Bregenzerwald, the Hochtannberg and the Lech Valley meet. Come and experience the heart and soul of the mountains in Warth-Schröcken, a place where even Nature feels at home.

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There’s no security like snow security in the Warth-Schröcken ski area

We have all made extension preparations, with everyone working together. Throughout the entire ski area safety precautions have been introduced and plans made. As a result you can take a deep breath and enjoy a safe and carefree winter holiday in the snows of Warth-Schröcken. All you need to know about security in the ski area

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Rooms and suites

Comfortably designed in a natural alpine style, our welcoming rooms and suites are the perfect place to relax and dream. Enjoy warm, colourful furnishings, windows with panoramic views of the mountains and lots of space to breathe.

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