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info about ski region
Highest point: 2,811 m
Lowest point: 1,270 m
Lifts in total: 87
Tow lifts: 28
Chair lifts: 45
Gondola lift: 14
Pistes in total: 305 km
132 km
123 km
50 km
Ski routes: 200 km

Ski region Arlberg

The Arlberg (1,270 - 2,811 m) is known as one of the most reliable regions for snow in the entire Alpine area, and it offers a range mountain peaks with challenging ski routes, powder snow terrain, snowparks and trendy apres ski bars. The Arlberg is therefore a real Allrounder for winter sports.

It offers two large areas: the souther side with St. Anton and the adjoining villages St. Christoph, St. Jakob and Stuben, and the north-western side with the resorts Zürs and Lech and Warth-Schröcken. Further there is also a great ski area at the Sonnenkopf in Klösterle.

In the 2016/17 winter season, the ski region Arlberg merged to make a large ski area. Winter sports fans with the "SkiArlberg" lift pass can now enjoy 305 km of piste, as well as 112 lift systems! Due to the connections created through the new Flexen lift, Trittkopf lift and the also newly built Albona lift 2, the ski areas of St. Anton, Stuben, Zürs and Warth-Schröcken can now be skied seamlessly and "Ski Arlberg" has become the largest connected ski area in Austria.

The Flexen lift connects Lech-Zürs with Stuben/Alpe Rauy with 47 cabins, each for 10 persons - the equivalent of 120 ski bus trips daily. Additionally, it allows for an amazing view over the Klostertal through its large panoramic windows. The slopes offer more than enough variety, fun and challenges for beginners, snowboarders and freestylers, as well as the experts, who can let off steam on the world cup pistes. Additionally, there are 200 km of deep-snow pistes available to enjoy.
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