Skiing in Lech
Sharing its ski area with the small villages of Zürs and Warth Schröcken, there are 340km of marked slopes with 88 lifts and cable cars. The wide, open slopes are best suited to intermediates. Lech caps the number of ski passes sold per day, meaning you can be sure of peaceful, spacious slopes.
If you would like to access the more challenging and extensive terrain of St. Anton and Stuben, make sure you get a Ski Alberg pass.
Dining in Lech
There are a variety of restaurants serving traditional cuisine as well as Mediterranean and more contemporary dishes. The elegant Griggeler Stuba restaurant is part of the Burg Vital Resort and serves fresh, seasonal dishes made with products only from Austria.
On the mountainside, lunch on hearty local specialities and strudel in one of the Rud-Alpe’s cosy wood-panelled rooms or on the sun terrace. The restaurant has an extensive wine list that features some of Austria’s finest wines.
Choose from 60 single malt whiskies at Fux Lounge Bar, while relaxing in front of a log fire. Families can ice skate on the natural rink or sledge together under the starry sky on the Bergbahn Oberlech.
Cosy up in the blankets of a horse-drawn carriage as you take a tour of the valley, learn about Lech’s history in the walk-in Huber Hus museum that is owned by the Huber family, or unwind at the Post Hotel’s Beauty & Spa and treat yourself to a massage.