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Ski resort Ski Arlberg

Ski resort Ski Arlberg
This is the place where serious skiers enjoy fantastic powder runs from November until April. 5 charming Tyrolean villages and the unique combination of boundless skiing pleasure and traditional après ski make the Arlberg so unique. It is where the legendary Hannes Schneider invented modern ski techniques almost a century ago. The Ski Club Arlberg is recognised as one of the oldest and most influential ski clubs in the world. Its members have collected 54 Olympic and world championship medals since the club was founded. It is also a sensational ski resort comprising five charming and uniquely different alpine villages with 84 cable cars and chairlifts providing access to 280 kilometres of marked ski slopes and 180 kilometres of deep-snow runs. These beautiful alpine villages provide the region with its legendary reputation for first-class skiing, après-ski activity and gourmet cuisine. Each is subtly different. Famed in Austria as ‘the birthplace of skiing’, the magnificent Arlberg is one of those select few ski areas which fully justifies its ‘world-class’ reputation. Renowned for its challenging slopes, both on and off-piste, the area also includes many wonderful miles of picturesque intermediate skiing, from high altitude, snow-sure open bowls to picturesque tree-lined pistes down to the valley. The area has two distinct halves. The first links St Anton with its even higher neighbours, St Christoph and Stuben, and an efficient ski bus service connects this side of the region with the huge network of slopes surrounding Lech and Zürs, including the excellent ‘Borderpark’ above Lech. New for Winter 2013/2014 is the brand new Auenfeldjet lift which links the ski areas of Lech/Zürs and Warth-Schröcken and adds a further 66km of piste as well as numerous deep snow runs to the Arlberg ski area.