Skiing and snowboarding

inter sports at their finest on Arlberg

The cradle of Alpine skiing, Austria’s biggest connected ski resort, and one of the five largest ski resorts in the world: Ski Arlberg enjoys international renown as a legendary ski resort far beyond Austria’s borders. That’s hardly surprising, as skiers and snowboarders can experience a true winter paradise around Arlberg.


What skiers and snowboarders can look forward to

Perfectly groomed slopes in all levels of difficulty, ultra-modern cable cars and lifts, and unparalleled scenic views: As the home of many great ski pioneers, Ski Arlberg inspires and impresses everyone with a passion for winter sports. 

With three top ski resorts, Ski Arlberg offers a maximum of choice for winter sports enthusiasts. St. Anton – St. Christoph – Stuben, Lech - Oberlech - Zürs or Warth-Schröcken: Each of the three diverse ski resorts around Arlberg boasts a variety of unique winter highlights. What do all three have in common? Breathtaking scenic views wherever you look, superbly groomed slopes, and plenty of first-rate offers for skiers and snowboarders.

  • More than 300 km of signposted ski runs for all levels of skill
  • More than 200 km of fantastic powder-snow slopes, beautiful off-piste variations for freeriders
  • 87 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts 
  • Numerous practice and children's areas for little skiers and beginners
  • Diverse funsports facilities from funparks to carving areas and race courses
  • Scrumptious culinary delights served in the restaurants and huts of the ski resort

Ski run preparation: The use of slope maintenance machines, also while the ski runs are in operation, cannot be avoided. Please be sure to keep a safe distance from these machines. Do not cross below slope maintenance vehicles on steep slopes as these may accidentally slip down. Where the view is restricted, in narrow passages or on cat-tracks, take extra care as slope maintenance vehicles may come the other way.

Fresh snow: The Arlberg lifts and cable cars are well known for their efforts to offer perfect ski run conditions every day. However, when fresh snow falls it is unfortunately not always possible to prepare all runs at the same time, even with maximum deployment of slope maintenance equipment. Furthermore, in certain weather conditions fresh snow will not attach itself to the older snow covering below and will slip, forming heaps and bumps, in spite of the preparation work. This cannot be prevented, even with the best ski run management.