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- L200 Bregenzerwald
- B198 Reutte
- L198 Lech
Warth-Schröcken is the most snow abundant ski area in Europe. The altitude location and the many north-facing slopes guarantee unique high-quality snow, right through to spring. The ski area of Ski Arlberg, with 305 kilometres of pistes and 88 lift facilities, is the biggest interconnected ski area in Austria; performance-oriented piste skiers will find their very own fun on the pistes in the snow-abundant Arlberg.
Just imagine this:
Early in the morning, you are the first to make tracks in the freshly tended pistes, leaving all the dust behind you.
Or stomp in your snow-shoes through the unspoilt winter backdrops, which reward you with breath-taking views across the landscape in Warth-Schröcken. Sounds tempting doesn’t it?
Find out everything about your winter holiday at a glance, right here.
Starting with pleasure-seeking holiday-makers, to families with their children through to adrenaline-seeking freeriders.
There is something for everyone here.
Do you have more questions for us? We are here for you at any time!
Europe’s most snow-abundant ski area!
Nestling between Bregenzerwald, the Allgäu and Lechtal Alps, at an altitude of 1500 metres, Warth-Schröcken is connected to Ski Arlberg and is blessed with the best conditions to really make it stand out as a "winter hotspot".
For the most part the pistes are north-facing which means they offer superb conditions right through to spring. It is not without good reason that Warth-Schröcken is an awarded ski area for that all-popular springtime skiing.
With one of the most state-of-the-art snow facilities in the Alps, there is even greater snow-assuredness guaranteed in Warth-Schröcken from December to April. With the construction of a storage lake spanning 170,000 m³, more than 100 snow canons are now able to be operated. See the results for yourself - come to the pistes in Warth-Schröcken!
Dry and sunny throughout the day with hardly any clouds.
Dry and partly sunny throughout the day, with cloudy periods from time to time.
Mostly thick clouds, and a chance of some snowfall in the first half of the day.
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