Since the combination of St. Anton am Arlberg/St. Christoph/Stuben and Lech/Zürs/Warth/Schröcken in the 2016/2017 winter season, the Ski Arlberg ski resort features almost exclusively modern lifts.
With the new Flexen 10-person gondola lift, the connection from Stuben (Alpe Rauz) to Zürs and back has been accomplished establishing a complete connection of the largest ski resort in Austria. The additional new 10-person gondola lifts, Albonabahhn II, Trittkopfbahn I and II, bring guests quickly up to the mountain stations.
Modern lifts and gondolas are available for guests in St. Anton am Arlberg, St. Christoph and Stuben. The highlight is the Galzig lift funitel with the Ferris wheel at the entrance. Investments are regularly made in order to present guests with new innovations. For example, the new Tanzböden lift (detachable, 6-person high speed chairlift with weather protectors) has an automatic child safety restraint with automatic opening and closing mechanism, automatic locking mechanism and a reduced entry height and lift speed in the stations.
The ski resort section surrounding Lech, Zürs, Warth and Schröcken primarily features modern ski lifts. Most of the chairlifts are equipped with weather protectors and seat heaters. Pommel lifts and practice lifts are also available near the base for beginners. Since the 2013/2014 season, the 10-person Auenfeldjet gondola lift connects the Lech/Zürs and Warth/Schröcken ski resorts. The Rüfikopf lifts in Lech can get pretty busy and there are sometimes waiting times for the lifts. A long double chairlift provides access to the Madloch. The Zugerberg lift and the Schlosskopf lift are on the list for modernization.
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|86 km Total|
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