Skiing in Lech

The ski region in Lech is a diverse winter sports paradise that has something to offer for everyone. Enjoy extensive ski runs, challenge yourself on fast-paced race tracks or discover spectacular freeride variants. The Snowpark Lech inspires creative freestylers, while lovingly managed children’s areas ensure that the little ones are in safe hands. With perfect connections, ski-in – ski-out options and convenient day parking in Schloßkopf and Trittkopf, the region with the most fresh snow in Austria offers winter sports fun at the highest level.

The Flexenbahn connects Lech, Oberlech and Zürs with St. Anton, St. Christoph and Stuben and through the Auenfeldjet with Warth-Schröcken, making them the heart of Austria’s largest ski area. In addition, the free local/ski bus takes you quickly and comfortably from every district to the nearest mountain railway. Ski holiday without limits in Lech!

Der Weiße Ring

For over 60 years, the legendary Alpine ski circuit has linked nature, technology and the towns of Lech, Zürs, Zug and Oberlech. Der Weiße Ring represents a half-day sporting challenge for winter sports enthusiasts, covering around 22 km and an altitude of 5,500 meters. At the same time, it is a sightseeing tour on gentle to moderately difficult ski runs, lined with viewing platforms at Rüfikopf and Madloch (nature platform). A winter holiday in Lech Zürs am Arlberg is simply incomplete without exploring der Weiße Ring for skiers.

2 Skifahrer bei Aussichtsplattform blicken auf Seilbahn
2 Snowboarder im Tiefschnee in Lech

Mohnenfluh Runs

No matter whether you prefer something enjoyable or challenging: every group of skiers and snowboarders will find the perfect run right next to the majestic Mohnenfluh. The varied snow highlights start at the Steinmähder mountain station. Here you can choose from different levels of difficulty and look forward to a variety of routes that take you through snowy landscapes and breathtaking views.
A special tip: with fresh powder and corn snow, the downhill experience on the Mohnenfluh Runs will be pure skiing enjoyment for all of you. Enjoy the freedom of the slopes together and experience the fascination of the snow-covered mountains.

Der lange Zug

Courageous skiers who set off on the Rüfikopf slope in Lech should not only have skiing skills, but also a large dose of fearlessness. The 4.7 kilometer long route has an impressive gradient of 80 percent in the steepest section! Every turn is crucial here, because precise skiing is rewarded on this extreme slope and promises a fantastic skiing adventure.

The facts at a glance illustrate the challenge and thrill of this descent: The total length is 4.7 kilometers, the difference in altitude is 370 meters and the maximum gradient is impressive at 80 percent.

For additional convenience, at the end of the day of skiing, the skis can be removed directly in front of the parked car in the Schlosskopf day parking lot.

Warnschild Langer Zug in Lech
2 Skifahrer in roter Kleidung rasen die Piste hinunter in Lech

Zürser Täli

This ski run starts at the mountain station of the Muggengratbahn, which then flows into the Zürser Täli. There are great powder snow slopes on the high alpine slopes, which offer the best conditions for energetic turns all the way to Zürs. Overall, this route offers some great moments on skis over a total length of 4.2 km.

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Schifahren im Montafon_Talabfahrt Gaschurn c Stefan Kothner - Montafon Tourismus GmbH
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