The ski region Klostertal ranges from Arlberg to Buldenz in the Austrian state Vorarlberg. The Arlberg is well-known for it’s long history with winter sports. The many deep snow slopes make Klostertal to one of the top locations for free riders in the Alps. The endless pistes and numerous lifts make a winter vacation in Klostertal very divers and comfortable. Beginners and false beginners may find lots of very well trained instructors and skiing schools.

The ski area Lech Zürs stands out a bit as one of the most popular in the Alps with very reliable snow conditions. The average snow fall per winter season is 7 meters and most pistes can be prepared with snow making equipment. If you come to Lech Zürs to ski, you can choose between a variety of pistes for all levels of difficulty on an altitude of 1300 m to 2800 m.

On 2300 m altitude, the ski area Sonnenkopf is located. It is not only suitable for families. Thanks to the reliable snow conditions, the area is also ideal for carvers and free riders. In the direction of Nenzigasttal and Wasserstubental there are two large hinterland areas at the disposal of the guests.
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