The top 7 ski slopes in Lech with Monabon reccommendation
Our tips for skiing in Lech Zürs
Hundreds of slopes and pistes await you in the ski resort Lech and the other winter sport regions on the Arlberg. As amazing and downright spectacular as the choice is, it’s easy to lose track. Which ski slopes in Lech are really worth your while? Where do families, where do athletes feel properly at home? The Monzabon team has the answer: The top 7 ski slopes in Lech and its surroundings provide exciting and unhurried alternatives to the big slopes of the region!
You need to give these ski slopes in Lech a shot
We’ve asked our team for personal highlights and favourites slopes. Among them were some of the best-known pistes on the Arlberg, such as the breath-taking Langer Zug or the persevering White Ring. However, we focus on lesser known slopes and genuine insiders’ tips for all tastes. Enjoy the best slopes in and around the cradle of alpine skiing!
Muggengrat - Täli (No. 144)
Boss Wilfried Schneider cherishes this red slope which can be accessed via only a one-minute walk from Hotel Monzabon. Take the Rüfikopfbahn, the Schüttbodenlift, the Zürserseebahn and the Muggengratbahn to the start of this great slope.
Mohnenmähder (No. 235)
Melanie Schneider loves no. 235. Reach the start of the easy Mohnenmähder slope via the Schlegelkopfbahn, the Kriegerhornbahn and the Steinmähderbahn.
Kriegeralpe - Oberlech - Lech (No. 200)
Travel to this family-friendly slope with the Schlegelkopfbahn and the Kriegerhornbahn. Slope no. 200 is also part of the half-day tour White Ring.
Grubenalpe - Oberlech - Lech (No. 210)
Another easy slope promises inviting snugness and lends itself ideally to explorations with the entire family. Take the Kriegerhornbahn to the start.
Schlegelkopf - Rudalpe - Lech (No. 201)
The Schlegelkopfbahn starts right outside Hotel Monzabon offering direct access to the slope on the Schlegelkopf. No. 201 is rather pleasant and inviting for panoramic tours.
Furka - Steinmädher (No. 220)
Once again you take the Kriegerhornbahn with great views during your journey. No. 220 to Steinmähder might be the most glorious among all family-friendly Arlberg slopes.
Sonnenberg (No. 154)
A more demanding tip to cap things off: No. 154 is one of the notorious black pistes, with the highest level of difficulty. It’s the experts skiers who feel at home on the Sonnenberg with changing inclination and challenging turns.
We wish you lots of fun with your trips to these favourites and insiders’ tips on the Arlberg. Your Monzabon hosts have even more recommendations in store. Just visit us – we’ll gladly compile a non-binding holiday offer for you!