Altitude: 1000-2811 Meters

Ski Arlberg in short

  • World class ski area
  • Varied, versatile skiing
  • Excellent snow conditions

Ski Arlberg is the largest linked ski area in Austria with more than 300km of slopes. Since the inauguration of the Flexenbahn cable car in the 2016-17 ski season, all the different ski areas are connected via either lift or piste. This makes it possible to visit the different ski resorts of St. Anton am Arlberg, Lech am Arlberg, Zürs am Arlberg, Warth, Schröcken or Stuben in a day trip.

The Ski Arlberg ski pass combines a vast lift network and extremely well-kept ski slopes. Thanks to the above-average snowfall here, Ski Arlberg enjoys some of the most reliable snow in Austria. The ski resort of St. Anton am Arlberg, which is part of the Ski Alberg ski area, is particularly popular with experienced skiers as it offers challenging skiing along with some particularly spectacular scenery.The modernised ski lifts here mean long queues are a thing of the past. While Ski Arlberg draws a jet-set crowd in the more famous resorts of St. Anton and Lech, there is more than enough variety in the different villages to suit every budget and every style of skier.

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Overview of slopes and lifts in Ski Arlberg


Ski lifts

Additional information

Blue slopes140,61 km Drag lifts34Start of the season29 November
Red slopes140,37 km Chair lifts48End of the season26 April
Black slopes52,53 km Gondola lifts16Glacier
Off-piste0,0 km Train0Min. altitude1000 m
Total333,51 km Capacity158811 Pers./HourMax. altitude2811 m

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Explore Ski Arlberg with a ski circuit

The White Ring is one of the classic alpine ski circuits. 22km of slopes take skiers and snowboarders through the majestic scenery of Ski Arlberg and several of the different ski resorts that make up this linked ski area. Those with more stamina can take on the Run of Fame ski circuit. The Run of Fame is 85km long and usually takes a full day to complete, although a few sneaky side trips to mountain restaurants can lengthen the journey time to two days. Follow in the tracks of film stars and ski pioneers as you explore every inch of the Ski Arlberg ski area!

Off-piste & freestyle in Ski Arlberg

Snow parks 3Tables
Half pipeBoxes
Quarter pipeRails
BoardercrossOff-piste allowed
KickersOff-piste zone

Ski pass prices (low season)

Low season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Ski Arlberg EUR 150.00 EUR 257.00 8 Years old
Sonnenkopf EUR 97.00 EUR 166.00 7 Years old
Warth-Schröcken EUR - EUR -

Ski pass prices (high season)

High season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Ski Arlberg EUR 180.00 EUR 300.00 8 Years old
Sonnenkopf EUR 108.00 EUR 184.00 7 Years old
Warth-Schröcken EUR - EUR -

Blogs about Ski Arlberg

20 June 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

The Alps are home to some of the most spectacular panoramas in the world, but a surprising number of ski resorts manage to totally trash this scenery by constructing the ugliest buildings you can imagine (we're looking at you, Flaine). If booking a ski holiday in a beautiful ski resort is important to you, then check out this list of ten charming alpine villages - with world-class skiing to boot!... More ›

11 June 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

The White Ring ski circuit at Ski Arlberg has been around for decades and has remained a popular way to explore different villages in the popular Austrian ski area. At 22km long, it's also home to one of the longest ski races in the world, The White Ring: The Race. And unlike most other ski circuits, The White Ring is accessible for almost any level of skier. It's mostly compiled of blue and red pistes, with a good smattering of cosy mountain restaurants and spectacular views along the way. Have... More ›

29 November 2018 by Danielle in 'Mountain weather'' | 0

© Lech Zürs am Arlberg

Lech Zürs am Arlberg is starting the 2018/19 ski season off with a fresh dump of powder. Much of eastern Austria including Carinthia and Salzburg received a healthy snowfall this week, reaching valley level and turning more than one alpine village into a winter wonderland. The Vorarlberg and Tyrol also received several centimetres of snow. Temperatures at Lech are expected to hover around 0° C throughout the weekend, with more flurries possibly on the way.... More ›

27 April 2018 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

Innsbruck is a true winter sports paradise. The picturesque Tyrolean capital is nestled right in the centre of dozens of ski areas and seems to be tailor-made for a winter holiday. With nonstop flights on EasyJet from London and Bristol and plenty of shuttle buses once you arrive in Innsbruck, it’s a perfectly doable option for a week of skiing or snowboarding. Once in Austria you can choose to stay in Innsbruck itself or exploring a bit further along the winding valleys. Whatever you choos... More ›

4 January 2018 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

Want to explore an entire ski resort without having to repeat lifts? More and more ski resorts in the Alps are installing ski circuits that take you through all the highlights in one day. These ski circuits are clearly signposted so you can find your way without the help of a guide – it’s the perfect way to discover a new ski resort on your own terms! Be aware that due to their length and demanding nature, anyone attempting to complete a ski circuit should be a confident skier with an adequat... More ›

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