Runs/ski slopes St. Anton/St. Christoph/Stuben/Lech/Zürs/Warth/Schröcken – Ski Arlberg
Due to the combination of St. Anton am Arlberg/St. Christoph/Stuben and Lech/Zürs/Warth/Schröcken in the 2016/2017 winter season, the slope offering is limitless.
The St. Anton/St. Christoph/Stuben area features a first class slope offering of very many slopes of all difficulty levels, many ski routes and plenty of freeriding space. The large variety ensures plenty of fun on the slopes. With the Auenfeldjet gondola lift, the ski resort of Warth/Schröcken was connected to Lech/Zürs in the 2013/2014 season. This area offers a very good mixture of easy, intermediate and difficult slopes as well as ski routes and powder snow variations.
The Ski Arlberg ski resort is famous for its many powder snow slopes and its very nice, and mostly wide runs. The ski resort is also very popular among beginners because they can ski throughout almost the entire ski resort on easy slopes. There is a slope for everyone here.
Total: 303 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.
Artificial snow-making 983 Snow cannons 72 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available The valley runs to Warth, Hochkrumbach and to the Hochtannberg Pass end directly at the lifts. At Schröcken, you must take a bus back to the ski resort. However, a new lift is in the planning stages. Multiple valley runs lead right to the villages of Lech and Zürs.
above tree line
under tree line
Valluga-St. Anton · Length 10 km · Elevation difference 1347 m
Zuger Hochlicht-Lech (Lech) · Length 6 km · Elevation difference 927 m
Falken-Schröcken valley run (Schröcken) · Length 4 km · Elevation difference 780 m However, you must take a ski bus back to the ski resort from Schröcken.
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
Schindlergrat-Ulmer Hütte-Valfagehr Nos. 85 and 100 (St. Anton)
Slopes on the Rendl (St. Anton) When the southern slopes get soft in the afternoons during spring, Rendl offers very good conditions until late afternoon due to its location.
Saloberkopf-Hochtannbergpass Nos. 251 and 252 (Schröcken)
Auenfeld No. 258 (Schröcken)
Madloch-Zug No. 170 (Zürs-Zug)
Wartherhorn No. 275 (Warth)
Linherabfahrt No. 156 (Zürs)
Furka-Steinmähder No. 220 (Lech)
Mohnenfluh Runs (Lech)
Suggested routes through ski resort
Run of Fame - St. Anton-St. Christoph-Stuben-Zürs-Lech-Schröcken-Warth
The Weiße Ring (Lech-Rüfikopf-Zürs-Madloch-Zug-Oberlech-Lech): one of the best ski circuits in the Alps for over 50 years
Snow park/Fun park
Speed measurement course offered - free of charge At the mountain station of the Rendl lift in the snowpark (St. Anton), race course Speed Check - near the Kuchel mountain station (Schröcken) and near the Weibermahd lift (Lech).
Public race course with time measurement - free of charge Giant slalom course on the Rendl (St. Anton), parallel giant slalom run below the Saloberkopf at the Sonnencruiser lift (Schröcken), near the Wartherhorn lift (Warth), near the Hinterwies lift with a photo point (Lech) and near the Baby lift (Zürs).
Skiline Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) - free of charge
SkiMovie create and download your own ski video - free of charge Near the Steffisalp Express / near the Wannenkopf lift in Warth and at the Hinterweis tow lift in Lech.