Five villages comprise the Arlberg region: Lech, Zürs, St. Anton, St. Christoph and Stuben.
At night from above they look like sparkling diamonds in the breathtaking mountainous scenery of the Arlberg. No region in the world has produced more famous names in alpine skiing than the Arlberg. Many Olympic and world champions were born and grew up here. Arlberg’s steep slopes challenge even the best of the best skiers in the world, and beginners who start and practice skiing or snowboarding at the Arlberg might later belong to the elite.
The Arlberg region averages 7 meters (23 ft.) of snow annually, most of it champagne powder. It is the foundation for a skiing adventure park which is considered to be one of the world’s best. In numbers: 94 high-speed lifts, gondolas and cable cars, most of them with heated seats which were invented in Lech am Arlberg. 23 magic carpets for children and beginners; downhill trails: 360 kilometres (223 mi.); terrain parks covered with powder snow for off-piste skiing: 180 kilometres (112 mi.).
The Auenfeldjet, a new lift, connects the Arlberg with the Tannberg, the ski area of the neighbouring community of Warth-Schröcken, which is an insider tip for lovers of powder snow. You can start your day right at the door of our guesthouse.
The “Auenfeldjet” (a state-of-the-art gondola, 10 people) will connect the Arlberg resort with the Tannberg resort in Warth, Lech’s neighbour village. Warth-Schröcken is well-known for its fantastic deep powder snow.
The ski lifts in Upper Lech are no more than a five minutes’ walk away from our “Pension Berger”. In winter there are no asphalted streets in Upper Lech as we are a car-free village. There are only snow-covered paths. You can even ski to the lift. When you return you can ski until the “Pension Berger”’s entrance and take off your skis there. We are connected to Upper Lech’s underground tunnel system. You can also walk to the lift underground.