Arguable Austria's most 'exclusive' resort luring the smart and famous, Lech has managed to retain the air of a traditional Austrian village. Scattered over its pedestrian areas are a a large number of 4 and 5 star hotels and a sophisticated nightlife. Zug is a rural and tranquil hamlet 3kms from Lech and not to be missed is an evening horse drawn sleigh ride into the bright lights of Lech itself.
Chalet Alpenland is an attractive, typical Tyrolean chalet with most rooms enjoying en suite or private facilities. Zug is a pretty, rural hamlet on the outskirts of Lech. It is ho ... more
Skiing & Boarding In Lech
Lech offers gentle nursery slopes, which are located beside the village centre. Long, wide, groomed blue runs are the order of the day. Tremendous terrain for the intermediate skier. Countless opportunities open up from Lech via the central Schlegelkopf or Schlosskopf lifts. From the other side of Lech centre you can access the slopes of Zürs via the Rufikopf lift. With its amazing ski-in/ski-out location these areas offer a huge variety of blue and red runs. The best and the most challenging off-piste skiing can be found in Lech with plenty of testing black runs and routes. The Schlegelkopf-Hang is the home of the 'Boarderland Lech' - an ambitiously constructed slope paradise for snowboarders. The terrain - almost exclusively connected by chairlifts - offers opportunities to train and to show off with 1.2km of pipes, jumps and slides.
Après-ski In Lech
There are over 55 restaurants available, from cosy inns to well-known gourmet restaurants, some with international awards. Sports Centre · Tobogganing · Curling · Ice skating · Indoor golf · Winter walks · Snowshoe walking · Sleigh rides · Winter feeding of high-alpine game
Thanks to the marvel of the internet you can now see conditions in the resort yourself using the webcam below. This webcam is provided courtesy of snoweye.