Fantastic Mountain Awful Town
A few trees and fantastic off-piste
An okay if basic park
Very well maintained
Lift count : 4 x Gondolas 18 x Chairlifts 10 x Drag-lifts
Pass (Low/High Season) : 34.00-34.00 Half-day , 41.00-44.00 Day , 198.00-208.00 6-day , 198.00-208.00 6-day linked area , 695 Season pass
Lech-Fluss-Flusslandschaft-Vorarlberg / Photo: Oesterreich-Werbung_Josef-Mallaun
Zug-ein-romantischer-Ort-in-Lech / Photo: _Lech-Zuers-Tourismus-GmbH_Kirstin-Toedtlin
Neujahrsnacht-am-Arlberg / Photo: Oesterreich-Werbung_Josef-Mallaun
Zuers/ Lech am Arlberg Flexenpass Hasenfluh / Photo: Oesterreich-Werbung_-Jezierzanski
Lech-bei-Nacht / Photo: Lech-Zuers-Tourismus-GmbH_Christoph-Schoech
The Arlberg, in the far eastern section of Austria, is home to all the top classy resorts that the country has to offer. Lech and Zürs are two of them, along with their close neighbours Stuben, St Christoph and St Anton. Lech is linked via lifts with Zürs, and between them make without doubt, Austria’s number one poncy retreat.
Year in, year out, this high altitude resort attracts numerous royals along with the finest from the film and pop world - and all the arse-lickers they can muster to join them. Skiers come here to be seen, not to ski, so while they pose you can ruin their immaculate slopes, and tackle some great freeriding terrain. Don’t be surprised to see poodles dressed in tartan, Ferraris everywhere and by the end of the week you’ve probably got piles from the heated lift seats. However away from that, you’ll release why Robot Food and Absinthe films come here to do the filming for their latest films, and it’s the only place in Austria you can try heliboarding.