Ski Arlberg, that’s how Austria’s largest interconnected ski resort and one of the five largest ski resorts worldwide is called
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Ski Arlberg comprises the two areas Ski Arlberg East - round St. Anton am Arlberg, St. Christoph and Stuben - and Ski Arlberg West - in the area of Lech, Oberlech, Zürs, Warth and Schröcken. Only St. Anton and St. Christoph are located in North Tyrol, the other villages belong to the Vorarlberg. Today, the ski region features 87 lift facilities, 305 km of slopes, and 200 km of deep snow runs.
On the Arlberg, skiing has got a very long tradition. Already in 1884, Franz Joseph I of Austria had a railway line built, so people could access it for skiing. In 1901, the Arlberg Ski Club was founded, and in 1936 the first ski lift was put into operation. Before, people simply walked up the slopes...
Above all famous on Tyrolean side are the permanent giant slalom race track Rendl Race, the Stanton Speed ski run with timekeeping and the stanton park for boarders. For families there are the Fun Slope on Mt. Galzig, the child-friendly ski run "Hopplweg" and the St. Anton Children's World at the Galzigbahn valley station. The "Run of Fame" has been added recently: On a length of 85 km it leads you through the entire skiing area, making it the longest ski circuit of the Alps.
Winter season 2023/24: from early December 2023
Opening hours: 8.30 am - 4.15 pm
Altitude: 1,270 - 2,811 m a.s.l.
Ski slopes: 305 km (132 km easy / 122 km medium / 51 km difficult)
Snowmaking: 73 % of the slopes
Lift facilities: 87 lifts
Toboggan runs: 2 runs in Ski Arlberg East (4.3 km / Rauztobel)
Cross-country ski tracks: 4 tracks near St. Anton and St. Christoph (40 km)
Further information: phone: +43 5446 2352-0, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates may vary according to weather and snow conditions or additional health measures!