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Ski circuits on the Arlberg in the cradle of alpine skiing

Through the entire ski region in just one tour

There are so many wonderful, refreshing ways to explore the entire ski region Arlberg. Countless slope kilometres and downhills lead through snug beginner’s areas and challenging stages for real pros. But what if you want to experience all of that at once? We recommend a ski circuit on the Arlberg – the perfect opportunity to get a full overview of the entire winter sport region. Endurance is mandatory!

The White Ring

This imposing ski circuit on the Arlberg takes up at least half a day and has since become the stuff legends. The White Ring covers 22 km of slopes with close to 5,500 altitude metres. Mostly easy and medium downhills accommodation endurance athletes as there’s lots of time to take a look at the divine panorama and be fully enchanted. Eight lifts take you to the following five slopes:

  • No. 181 Steinmännle (length 1,634 m)

  • No. 185 Schüttboden – Zürs (1,607 m)

  • No. 125 Hexenboden Direkte (1,798 m)

  • No. 170 Madloch – Zug (4,187 m)

  • No. 200 Kriegeralpe – Petersboden – Oberlech – Lech (4,236 m)

Find a complete overview of this ski circuit at www.skiarlberg.at.

Particularly athletic skiers sign up for the annual White Ring race. Who can cover this massive tour the quickest? Former alpine skiers face the challenge – can you stand your ground against world champions and Olympic medal winners?

Run of Fame

Even longer, even more spectacular, even more challenging: Can you set aside a full day for what might be the most exciting ski circuit in Austria? Because that’s how much time the average skier needs for the Run of Fame with its 85 km of slopes and approx. 18,000 altitude metres. Start in St. Anton/Rendl to Lech and Zürs and to Warth. Retrace the steps of ski pioneers who developed the cradle of alpine skiing. Start on one of the two routes via the Riffelscharte in the north (purple route) or the Steffisalp-Express in the south (orange route); you can start pretty much anywhere. Among the most important slopes of the ski circuit on the Arlberg (taking the north route) are:

  • No. 14 Riffel 1

  • No. 13 Wasserloch

  • No. 53 Seichböden

  • No. 59 Schwarze Wand

  • No. 76 Arlenmähder

  • No. 100 Valfagehr

  • No. 123 Familienabfahrt

  • No. 200 half of Kriegeralpe – Petersboden – Oberlech – Lech

  • No. 210 half of Grubenalpe – ÜL Oberlech

  • No. 259 Sunnamahd

  • No. 204 Hochalpe

  • No. 290 Abfahrt Würth

  • No. 270 Luchere

Which circuit are you interested in today? Experience the ski area Arlberg in its full glory and variety with these two enduring half-day and full-day tours before relaxing neatly at Hotel Monzabon in the evening. Best request a non-binding holiday offer today!


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