Natural snow as far as the eye can see. Countless kilometers of slopes that allow you to ski from Warth to St. Anton. Thickest deep snow that almost takes your breath away on the descent. And in our Alpin you are virtually in the middle of this Eldorado, because the village cable car is only three minutes away on foot. Skier’s heart, what more do you want? Welcome to the skiing area Warth-Schröcken and Ski Arlberg.
Largest contiguous ski area in Austria
Steeped in history, the Arlberg has always been considered the cradle of alpine skiing. 305 spectacular kilometers of ski slopes offer winter sports enthusiasts almost endless opportunities to experience the legendary Arlberg in all its facets and immerse themselves in a unique winter paradise.
Optimal starting position
Our Alpin – Studios & Suites is ideal with its location to explore this incredibly diverse ski area in peace. The village cable car at the village square is only 3 minutes walk from our house. Therefore, you are not bound to bus times, but can finish your breakfast coffee in peace and simply start walking. At the same time, your last ski run will also take you back to the village square. A short walk and you are back at our house, where the warm saunas and the heated pool are eagerly waiting for you.
Guaranteed snow ski vacation
The geographical location of the Ski Arlberg ski area makes it possible that this region can count itself among the most snow-rich and snow-sure areas in the Alps. “Our” part of it, Warth-Schröcken, is particularly favored: nestled between the Bregenzerwald, the rest of the Arlberg area and the Lechtaler Alps, coupled with the north-west stagnation, we can look forward to an average of no less than 11 meters of fallen fresh snow winter after winter. All we can say is: grab your powder slats and shred for all you’re worth!
Winter activities away from skiing
Of course, if the ski lifts are right at your feet and you can explore the perfectly groomed slopes from your room, it makes sense to spend your ski vacation on the two boards that mean the world to some people. But it doesn’t have to be.