About the Resort
If you’re looking for a luxurious ski resort, why not join the rich and famous, and look no further than the resort of Lech. Right in the heart of the Austrian Vorarlberg, this is definitely a picture-postcard resort that benefits from fantastic intermediate skiing, and some superb snow. Getting to Lech There
he Lech piste map is pretty huge and has lots to offer for skiers of all standards; benefiting from over 200km of pistes, plus you’ve also got the Ski Arlberg area which is renowned for being a great place to visit, especially after fresh snow. Advanced skiers – make sure you head for Stuben and try the long shady reds. Read More…
Lech is a popular resort for the rich and famous – and it’s not surprising why either. Accommodation is all of a good quality, and there is a lot of entertainment for you to enjoy once you’ve finished on the slopes. Read More…
If you’re looking at Lech ski accommodation, you’ve got quite a variety to choose from and regardless of type, you’ll find that they’re of a higher standard. Read More…
Lech is up there in the favourites for wealthier ski visitors which does mean that it can be pretty expensive, particularly by Austrian standards. Read More…
Lech has so much going for it, both on and off the slopes. Although it does have an upmarket image, it still provides a welcoming location for families, with a good selection of ski schools and children’s clubs in Lech, Oberlech and Zürs. For non-skiers in Lech there is quite a list of activities to try including curling. Read More…
+Traditional Austrian resort.
+Fantastic snow record.
+Luxurious, fashionable resort.
+Lively Apres-ski scene.
Things to think about
-Road access can be challenging during the winter.
Child Ski Pass 8-15 Years.
964km 10hr 6min
Travel from Calais
Innsbruck | 116km | 1hr 35min