Cross-country skiing at the Arlberg

Winter holiday - Lech am Arlberg

The cross-country skiing areas in Lech comprise almost 27 kilometres of cross-country trails with guaranteed snow and around 40 kilometres in St. Anton, which are suitable for beginners and experienced cross-country skiers alike. The well-groomed trails lead through snow-covered valleys, along streams and through forests, offering spectacular views of the surrounding snow-covered mountains time and again. Wide and flat trails are available for beginners to learn the basics of cross-country skiing. At the same time, there are more demanding trails for advanced skiers who would like to take on a challenge. There are also special trails for skating cross-country skiers that offer optimal conditions for this technique. The unspoilt nature and tranquil surroundings make cross-country skiing in Lech a relaxing experience. The fresh mountain air, the gentle gliding on the trails and the tranquillity of the winter landscape create an atmosphere of serenity and relaxation.

Cross-country skiing
Cross-country skiing
Classic & Skating

Enjoy over 27 kilometres of groomed, free cross-country trails as a training area or extensive run-out route – for classic style and skating alike. Flat terrain and gentle climbs, crisp mountain sprints and short descents; here, every cross-country skier's heart will find what it wants. Snowshoeing also offers alternative trails.

Cross-country skiing trails
Cross-country skiing trails
Around Lech
  • Zug - Älpele - Spullerwald - Zug
  • Zug - Älpele - Tannlägeralpe - Älpele - Zug
  • Zürs - Glexenpass - Zürs
  • Omnesberg - Zug
  • Lech - Zug
Langlaufen im Winterurlaub Lech