Ski and Snowboard
The Arlberg region is a true paradise for skier and snowboarder!
Gloriously glittering white mountainsides, sapphire sky and crisp mountain air - buckle on your skis and enjoy pure delight racing down the slopes. The Arlberg ski region comprises over 97 cable cars and lifts, more than 350 kilometres of perfectly prepared ski pistes, including 93 gentle kilometres of downhill skiing for beginners and families, a special Cyber Area for carvers and challenging steep slopes and high alpine ski tours. Freeriders will rejoice in the prospect of more than 200 kilometres of pristine powder snow and firn snow slopes.
Enjoy a hearty skier's afternoon snack after a day of skiing at the Hotel Gridlon. Experience Tyrolean hospitality together with your hosts and the Gridlon-team.
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Heliskiing and Heliboarding
Snowy summits as far as the eye can see; a feeling of utter happiness courses through your body. Feel like the king or queen of the mountain and experience something special and unique: heliskiing and heliboarding in the Arlberg massif in Austria.
Fly to the majestic peaks of the Mehlsack (2,652 metres) or Schneetäli mountains (2,450 metres). The destination of this impressive one-hour ski run is the wildly romantic tributary valley Zug at Lech.
Cool Fun park for Snowboarder
On the sunny side of St. Anton a true El Dorado is waiting for snowboarders – the fun park at the Rendl mountain in the Arlberg region. 10 barriers in total, including Pro Jumps, Washboard, Table Top, Slides and Fun Box guarantee unrestricted fun and adventure on snowboards. To ensure a fair share of fun for everyone, the motivated members of staff keep the fun park in a perfect state with cutting-edge technology the entire winter.
Experience 100% fun on the slopes: 70% of the slopes are prepared for high speed, 15% are gentle slopes perfectly suited for beginners. The longest piste for boarders is the 9 kilometres of the Riffl-course down into the valley. You start at 2,650 metres and race down to your goal at 1,350 metres.