Lech, Austria, 1,450m - 2,450m


The stunning and exclusive resort of Lech is the jewel in the Arlberg ski area with the highest average snowfall in the Alps. Lech is a picturesque up-market resort in a heavenly landscape offering superb skiing, shopping and wonderful hospitality.

Must do

Heli ski with the choice of 2 stunning locations above Lech. Horse drawn sleigh ride. Ski the White Ring – day long piste tours or Lech, Zurs and Zug. Visit the Strolz department store and get their world famous ski boot fitting service.


Where to Eat

Fux, Zirbelstube (at Hotel Post) and Rote Wand in Zug.


Where to Eat (Traditional Swiss)

Griggelerstube – Restaurant of Hotel Burg Vital and Restaurant Aurelio (Aurelio Hotel).


Aprés Ski

Balmalp (top of the mountain), Strolz Champagne Bar and Fux Bar.


Nightlife

Archiv Bar, Pfefferkorn and Tannbergerhof


Where to Park the Jet

Fly to Zurich, Innsbruck or Fredrichshafen and then catch a helicopter to the resort. There is a helipad on the outskirts of Lech.


Spa

Burg Hotel Spa, Aurelio Hotel Spa and Hotel Plattenhof.

Chalets available in Lech

überHaus

Sleeps up to 14

Located beside a piste in Oberlech, Chalet überHaus is ski-in,ski-out and can sleep up to 14 people. The chalet stylishly blends traditional local architecture and contemporary design. Luxurious fittings and plush furnishings complete an elegant and sophisticated setting.

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