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01. Sep 18
1. Sep 18

The ski area

Ski Arlberg

Skiing in the Arlberg ski resort is even more beautiful since the new cableway between Zürs and Stuben/Rauz closes the circle: every destination and every place in the Arlberg ski area will be quickly, easily and comfortably accessible on skis – St. Anton and St. Christoph, Stuben, Zürs, Lech, Oberlech as well as Schröcken and Warth. This makes Ski Arlberg Austria’s largest contiguous ski area. The new connecting cableway provides winter sports enthusiasts on the Arlberg with a total of 305 km of ski runs and 88 lifts and cableways. This guarantees an incredible dimension of skiing pleasure!

In December 2013, the ski connection between the ski resorts Warth-Schröcken and Lech Zürs was opened. The idea of a lift connection was born over 40 years ago and finally has been implemented. With the SkiArlberg pass, the ski areas St. Anton and Stuben am Arlberg are also accessible for you - a challenge for very sporty skiers.

According to the "Daily Mail", Warth-Schröcken is the snowiest ski area in Europe with an average of 11 meters of new snow and the Ski-and hikinghotel Jägeralpe is right in the middle of it!

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Ski fun in Warth am Arlberg from Hotel Jägeralpe

The ski area

Warth-Schröcken is one of the most modern ski resorts in Europe. Certaintiy of snow from December to the end of April guarantees unforgettable skiing fun in Europe’s snowiest ski area. The Jägeralpe ist located in the middle of the ski area, directly at the modern 6-person chairlift „Jägeralp-Express“. Easy as well as challenging ski runs lead directly to the hotel, the hotel’s own locked ski room is within walking distance to the valley station of the lift.

305 km of ski runs and 88 lifts and cableways are at your disposal in Austria’s largest contiguous ski area!

Untouched slopes while skiing in Warth am Arlberg

Freeriding

With an average of 11 meters of fresh snow per year, the former insider tip Warth-Schröcken has become the top spot for freeriders. Snow certainty and the ideal terrain with wide deep-snow slopes, playful crests and hollows make the hearts of freeriders and deep-powder fans beat faster. Never forget the avalanche equipment on your powder runs. The basic equipment includes an avalanche transceiver (pieps), an avalanche shovel, a probe and a first aid kit.