As the largest connected ski resort in Austria, Ski Arlberg combines 7 smaller resorts together to ensure a diverse range of slopes and terrain. Skiers and snowboarders can take advantage of 304km of slopes with an additional 200km of ski routes to explore at their leisure.
Visitors and residents can travel easily between the connected resorts and in general, with over 88 lifts, gondolas and tramways to get around in. Resorts include St. Anton, St. Christoph, Stuben, Lech, Oberlech, Zürs and Warth Schröcken.
The elevation ranges between 1,270 and 2,811 metres with a leaning towards easy and intermediate courses overall. This makes Ski Arlberg an ideal destination for beginners and families, but that’s not to say there isn’t more challenging courses as well as valley runs and a speed measurement course too.
Since the resorts are so easy to get between, it ensures visitors or residents can experience the nightlife of St. Anton (including the famous MooserWirt and Krazy Kanguruh) as well as the more family atmosphere in Zürs and Warth Schröcken, during their trip. As one of the world’s most popular resorts, Ski Arlberg attracts a universal audience of skiers to stay, so the combined resort is very popular during peak season.
Alongside the extensive variety of ski slopes, there are also a huge amount of other activities for people to enjoy including tobogganing, race tracks and snowparks for those looking for a bit more adventure. For those wanting to relax after a long day, there are countless mountain restaurants, cafés and pubs to frequent, only a short walk from each resort.