Often frequented by royalty, it is difficult to find greater majesty in any other area than the stunning Lech ski resort, Austria. This wonderful, atmospheric town is steeped in both charm and quality, offering visitors the chance to fully immerse in Alpine life. Oberlech, Zug, Stubenback and Zurs encompass the large ski region which the Lech ski resort is famous for, where runs stretch to your very own ski in ski out chalet. This incredible town is full of character and charm, ready to impress you at every turn.
If you are looking for a stunning luxury ski chalet Lech, Austria may be the answer to your wishes alongside our beautiful range of St Anton luxury ski accommodation. Our famous Chalet 1597 is one of the finest properties available in Lech throughout the ski season. Built in 1597, the owners have tried to maintain some of its original features. Enjoy epic views and cosy interior with this outstanding Alpine retreat in Austria.
If you are looking for relaxed accommodation in a discreet village, please consider coming to Lech ski resort for your luxury ski holiday.
A discreet and charming village nestled in the mountains of the Arlberg
With the highest average snowfall of anywhere in the Alps, a world renowned lift system, sophisticated hospitality, and a long tradition of skiing, Lech ski resort has been attracting people globally for over a century. Offering a thousand metres of vertical skiing (between 1,450m and 2,450m above sea level) and with access to the rest or the Arlberg ski area via the lift pass, Lech combines well-groomed pistes with top-notch backcountry skiing.
We work with local ski schools in the Lech resort to ensure you get the very best instructors and tuition available. We can tailor lessons to your every need from private ski instructors to group lessons and kids camps.
In Austria heli-skiing is only available in the Arlberg region of Lech, so we can book you the most thrilling, spectacular day high up above the area with a choice of two separate drop zones.You may even be able to see your luxury chalet in Lech from the helicopter.
Lech truly has some of the finest off-piste and backcountry touring available in the Alps and hiring a mountain guide is the best way to explore the wonderful terrain. Allow us to use our local knowledge and contacts to organise a guide for you so that you may have the most unforgettable day!
A picturesque Austrian mountain village, Lech holds great pride in its heritage. It offers the perfect combination of traditional character and modern convenience
The village of Lech, which is tucked into stunning mountains and alpine meadows, has a rich history of offering the very best in luxury alpine charm, culture, and facilities for both the skier and non-skier. Not far from your luxury chalet in Lech, Alberg, the sophisticated shops to the beautiful cultural highlights and award-winning fine-dining restaurants, Lech provides the ideal destination for those seeking something that extra bit special. It is not just skiers, snowboarders, and free-riders that enjoy the resort, hikers, culture lovers, and more indulge themselves in the wonders of Lech.
As you would imagine with an Austrian ski resort, Lech boasts many lively après-ski spots to explore before heading back to your luxury chalet. Start off up on the mountain at the umbrella bar of the Burg Hotel and then head down to the champagne bar in Hotel Montana. The terrace bars of Hotel Krone and the Tannbergerhof await you down in the village, right in the heart of Lech.
Lech ski resort has a rich and varied assortment of fabulous restaurants to whet the appetites of guests. From the traditional and sumptuous Hûs Nr. 8 to the Fux, serving Asian fusion, and the numerous on-slope restaurants, Lech offers a choice of fantastic eateries.
The Hotel Tannbergerhof stands out as one of the best night spots in Lech serving clients until 5am every night. The K Club and Archiv Bar are lively haunts and the Fux Jazz bar has great live music and a fabulous and varied wine list.
Lech Ski Resort has plenty to entertain you on and off the slopes
Horse-drawn sleigh tours through the local forests, cross-country skiing along the valleys and high mountain, ice skating, and tobogganing are just some of the charming highlights on offer in Lech. The Lech sports centre has an abundance of activities on offer for the energetically inclined and those looking for a spot of relaxation.
Many of the hotels in Lech have day spa facilities which are open to the public. Both the Hotel Arlberg and the Aurelio Hotel have relaxing day spas with indoor pools, hammams, saunas, treatment rooms, and fitness centres. If you need to revive tired legs after skiing or fancy a break from the slopes, our in-resort concierge will be able to assist with booking appointments.
Innsbruck, just over an hour away from Lech ski resort, is the capital of the Tyrol region. This beautiful city is renowned for its imperial and modern architecture. Traditional colourful buildings line the main streets and squares and the city are surrounded by majestic snow-capped mountains.
Summer in the Alps is the ideal place to retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life
In summer, Lech optimises what an Alpine summer destination is all about. A stunning location with serenity and adventure in ample doses. Whether you want to relax and take in the mountain air with a day at the spa, or be more adventurous and hike one of the many challenging high alpine walks, it is all there waiting for you. Other great activities available are fly fishing in crystal clear waters, yoga retreats in the peaceful mountains, and both road and mountain biking through breathtaking scenery.
Take fishing to a new level and cast your line in the emerald waters of Lake Formarin. Nestled in the mountains above Lech, at 1,793m above sea level, this tranquil lake is the ideal spot to while away the hours, take in the magnificent panorama and hopefully catch your supper.
Hiking in Lech will take you through breathtakingly varied landscapes, along well-maintained trails and lead you to some of the region's hidden treasures. Amongst the many hiking routes available there are three themed hikes. The Lechweg, certified as a Leading Quality Trail of Europe takes you on a journey from the source to the imposing wild river. The Tannberg leads you into the past of the Walser village of Lech. The Green Ring takes hikers on the trail of legends and stories through the stunning scenery of the region.
For golf enthusiasts Lech and the surrounding area has some exciting offerings including playing host to The Golf Cup, a renownd amateur tournament. It is home to the highest golf course in Austria, 19-hectare, 9-hole golf course opened which opened 2016. Set amongst the stunning mountain scenery, it is a unique environment to test your golfing skills and the fairways have been designed so that players have to play over the Lech river several times.
During the festive period, each evening, Lech dedicates its central square to a traditional Christmas market, where small chalet-style stands sell locally produced goods and the sound of choirs and brass bands resonate throughout the village.
Lech plays host to the White Ring ski race each year. This race has cult status in the region and sees competitors race each other over 22km of pistes and 5,500m of altitude.
An array of different events spread across the summer provides visitors to Lech with a selection of fabulous options in which to indulge themselves. Every August, the Lech Classic Music Festival takes place, with an abundance of concerts in the village and up in the mountains. At the start of August the mountains fill with the smooth soulful notes of jazz. An intimate festival which attracts internationally acclaimed artists.
For culture and art lovers there is the Festival LegeArtis, which showcases a diverse collection of art forms, painters, writers and music will all feature on the programme.
The end of June hears the mountain roads of Alberg enliven with the rumbling sounds of years gone by. The Alberg Classic Car Rally runs for four days and starts in the legendary Lech Canyon. A must for vintage car enthusiasts, it features an extraordinary line-up of definitive classic motors, dating from the Golden Twenties 1920`s right the way through to the 1970s.
Lech also has several world-class sporting events like the Gore-Tex ® Transalpine-Run and the Trans Voralalberg Triathlon.