The resort of Lech is regarded as one of the most exclusive resorts in Austria. Despite the luxurious feel, Lech clings charmingly to its farming origins and remains a traditional alpine village.

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Why we think you’ll love it

  • The touch-free electronic Arlberg ski pass is also valid in the neighbouring resorts of Zürs, Stuben, St. Anton and St. Christoph.
  • Lech is, quite simply, one of the finest family resorts in the Alps.

Our guide to holidays in Lech

Surrounded by beautiful alpine scenery, the skiing around Lech is superb, with over 150 miles of skiable terrain. Pistes are between 4,500 and 8,500ft above sea level, and the resort is ideal for the intermediate skier, the more adventurous can find plenty of off-piste action, too. The resort also boasts a Fun Park for snowboarders and 15 miles of cross country tracks, if you're looking for a different challenge.

Divided into two halves by the river Lech, the resort is a haven of exclusive shops, restaurants and wine bars. The après ski is refined and revolves around champagne and canapés at the Ice Bar or the Champagne Bar at the Hotel Montana. Later on, the nightclubs Scotch Club Disco and Fux are normally heaving with party-goers.

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