Advanced skiing/powder snow skiing St. Anton/St. Christoph/Stuben/Lech/Zürs/Warth/Schröcken – Ski Arlberg
Almost no other ski resort offers so many freeriding possibilities, attractive ski routes and high alpine variations as the Arlberg. The pure length of the difficult runs already promises lots of fun for advanced skiers and if you add the ski routes and powder snow slopes to this, it is a true Eldorado. Steep ravines and even cliffs await the experts. The entire ski resort is optimal for experienced skiers and lures freeriders. The Rüfikopf (Lech) and the Schindeler Kar (St. Anton) with their extreme slopes and powder snow areas are well-known in the freeriding scene.
Information for advanced skiers, freeriders
very many freeride/deep snow areas
very many mogul slopes
Slope offering for advanced skiers
304 km Total
51 km (17 %)
Marked ski routes 200 km There are powder snow runs in addition to the marked ski routes! St. Anton is especially well-liked by ski enthusiasts due to its many ski routes (for example, the famous Schindelerkar Route). Ski routes also lead to Schröcken and to Zug as well as from the Kriegerhorn, Trittkopf and Rüfikopf to Lech.
Most difficult run
Langer Zug (Lech) · Length 0.8 km · Elevation difference 373 m With a max. incline of 80%, the Lange Zug features a spectacular average incline of 78% in the upper area with a length of 391 m and a 199 m vertical meter difference.
Fang (St. Anton) · Length 2 km · Elevation difference 546 m
General note: Always mind the avalanche warnings and barriers, please. Never ski into a closed and unsecured area.
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