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Arlberg
Highest point: 2,811 m
Lowest point: 1,300 m
Altitude ski resort: 1,154 m
Lifts in total: 88
Tow lifts: 28
Chair lifts: 46
Gondola lift: 14
Pistes in total: 306 km
Pistes:
132 km
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123 km
Pistes:
51 km
Ski routes: 200 km
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Hotel Pezina

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Accommodation 7.4
Resort 8.5
Ski area 9.0

Ski area Arlberg

Ski area Arlberg

From Flirsch, you can comfortably reach St. Anton with the free ski bus and, with it, the largest connected ski area network, Arlberg. The network, which is made up of St. Anton, Stuben, Zürs and Warth-Schröcken, has existed since the 2018/17 winter season: the ski areas are now bound together thanks to the Flexenbahn, the Trittkopfbahn I and II, as well as the Albonabahn 2 lifts systems. The Flexenbahn lift connects Lech-Zürs with Stuben/Alpe Rauz with its 47 cabins, each for 10 persons - the equivalent of about 120 ski bus trips per day. Additionally, it allows for a gorgeous view of the Klostertal thanks to the large panoramic windows. With the lift pass "Alberg", people therefore have access to a total of 306 kilometres of pistes and 88 lift systems!

The Arlberg (1,300 - 2,811 m ) belongs to the most reliable regions for snow in the whole of the Alps. In combination with most modern snow-making systems, perfect piste conditions are guaranteed here. The Arlberg is not only famous for it's grand piste quality, but also as a real freerider's paradise. A total of 200 km of deep powder snow runs can be found here, for spending quality time in deep snow fields. The ski areas around Flirsch also attract families and beginners with numerous child care facilities and many blue pistes. The mountain restaurants of the Arlberg lift offer free Wi-Fi hotspots.

The funpark "STANTON" in the Rendl ski area, is the best place to be for snowboarders. Real cracks can try themselves on the sports World Cup racing track just below the Kapall (2,330 m), whilst beginners can get going on the Gampen with their first swings.
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Après ski Flirsch

In the rather quiet and idyllic village of Flirsch, there are several ways to spend a day filled with variety. One example would be the lit toboggan run. Winter hiking trails are available in Flirsch as well as Pettnau.

Anyone who enjoys partying shouldn't miss the legendary après ski scene in St. Anton. Here there is lots to choose from, with numerous ski huts such as the "Krazy Kanguruh" or the "Heustadl" right by the valley run, inviting you in to catch the last rays of sun and toast to a successful day on the slopes. You also shouldn't miss out on a visit to the "Mooserwirt" - après ski with cult status!

Late at night the various bars, pubs and discos really start to rock. Favourite stops for dance and party fans is the "Kandahar", where international DJs and delicious cocktails ensure a great atmosphere.

Snowpark: STANTON SNOWPARK Flirsch

Embedded in the unique landscape of the Arlberg you will find the "STANTON PARK", located at the mountain station Rendl, ideally accessible via 2 ski lifts. It's great location, directly on the brim of the Rendle terrace, provides the chance for both spectators and riders to enjoy the action going on in the park. Thanks to events such as the Acrobag Progression Tour, who in 2015 will be stopping in Europe for the first time, the park has become one of the top location within the scene.

The "STANTON PARK" has a sensational selection for the riders - spread over 3 areas with varying levels of difficulty (beginner, advanced, and pro). The obstacles include various rails and boxes, kickers with 15 m tables, pipes, a wall ride and a big tube, and much more. Head shaper René Friedl and his team are endeavoured to make this park a unique experience for all riders and work hard to leave no wishes unfulfilled.

Next to the "STANTON PARK", a funslope with jumps, steep curves, a tunnel and snails can be found in the ski area. You should also check out the Spaßpiste on the Galzig.

If you want to detour to other ski areas from time to time, you don't have to miss out on freestyle fun. In Lech and also on the Sonnenkopf there are further parks to try out. The snow park "Lech am Arlberg" also provides 3 lines with mini kickers for kids and the best triple-kicker line in the entire Alps. On the Sonnenkopf beginners will find lots of space for practising: the beginner fun park offer 5 medium elements, as well as a kicker line (3 - 5 m).
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Is the Arlberg ski area not right for you? Then have a look here instead: Ski areas Austria