The Arlberg By the Numbers – a detailed look at why the Arlberg is one of the 5 best ski destinations in the world
27. Nov. 2017
The largest ski area in Austria consists of 305 kilometres of interconnected downhill skiing with more than 200 kilometres of deep snow runs making both beginner's and professional's hearts beat faster.
There are 88 state-of-the-art cable ways with a transport capacity of 144,577 people per hour leading passionate skiers and snowboarders to the most breathtaking vantage points, the finest restaurants and the most rustic huts.
But the Arlberg does not rest… this year there are many updates and surprises that visitors can expect in the 2017/18 winter season:
- The Warth Village Gondola – a new cable way now connects the quaint village centre of Warth with direct access to the ski area
- The "Trittkopf" Restaurant – a new restaurant at the mountain station "Trittkopfbahn ll"
- The Hall of Fame – located at the top of the "Flexenbahn" station, now stands a unique monument to the legendary pioneers of the Arlberg- a fascinating encounter for all ages!
Not yet convinced? Below you’ll find a link to these facts and more, along with stunning images and video clips from the peaks of the Arlberg.
Event Highlight: Run of Fame- January 13, 2018
Take a day and follow in the footsteps of Lech`s ski pioneers. The Run of Fame extends from St. Anton/Rendl (via Zürs), to Lech, on to Warth and back again. Traversing over 50 miles and climbing to over 18,000ft in elevation, along the way meeting regional ski pioneers as well as stars from sports and film who left their historical mark on the snow. More information about the event will follow shortly.
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