From the piste to the pub to the pillow: an internal guide to a ski holiday in Lech

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TThe third sector, Warth-Schröcken, is connected to Lech by the Auenfeldjet gondola for 10 people. This runs from above Oberlech to the other side of the valley, from where a chair for six people swings to the top of the 2043 m high Saloberkopf. From here, the runs back to the Lech side aren’t too complicated – but on the Warth side, the terrain is more challenging, with a handful of short, sharp blacks mixed with light and intermediate runs.

On top of all that, of course, there is a lot of fun by all standards in the large Arlberg ski area – Saint Anthony, St Christoph, Stuben, Lech, Zürs, Schröcken Warth have a total of 305 km of trails. Four key cable cars connecting the Lech side of the Arlberg massif with the St Anton side make it easy to travel around the large ski area. Most important for moving from one side to the other is the 10-seater Flexenbahn gondola, which connects Zürs with the Alpe Rauz in Stubn – halfway between Lech and St Anton – in six minutes.

The Trittkopf I gondola in Zürs next to the central station, which allows you to continue along Trittkopf II to the top of the Trittkopf sector in Zürs or jump along the Flexenbahn to Stuben, from where the Albonabahn II gondola continues onwards and up to the top of the Stuben sector of Albona.

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