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World-class ski Arlberg is going to get even bigger and better

The hottest news in the ski world is the long awaited creation of a link between the Lech-Zurs and Sankt Anton am Arlberg, cradle of Alpine skiing. Ski Arlberg just announced that the cableway will open in November 2016. In total four high-speed, ten-seater gondolas have been built to link  Lech, Zürs, Stuben, St. Christoph, St. Anton and Schröcken Warth, forming Austria’s largest continuous ski resort with 87 railways and lifts and 305 km of ski pistes. From Zürs, the Trittkopfbahn …

Written by skiweather on Friday December 23, 2016

The Alps’ most reliable ski destinations: a top 20

If you’re booking in advance for early or late-season ski holidays, picking a snowsure skiresort is vital. For some it is overly important which results in focusing on skiresorts with the best snowdepth track records. We probably all know that The Arlberg region is the most reliable skiregion when it comes to accumulated snowfall. But does it really matter if the snowdepth is 320cm instead of 240cm? Probably not, it might even jeopardize your trip due to high avalanche risk. Even more so if the …

Written by skiweather on Friday November 18, 2016

Ski Arlberg is challenging French skiresorts in the league of legends

The Flexenbahn cableway will open in the winter of 2016/17 and will connect the skiarenas of Lech/Zürs-Schrocken/Warth with Sankt Anton/Sankt Christoph/Stuben. The new link between Zürs and Stuben/Rauz will make Ski Arlberg the largest contiguous skiing area in Austria with 305km of ski slopes served by 87 ski lifts. The Flexbahn will be a gondola with cabins capable of holding 10 passengers on the 6 minute journey. It will have large panoramic windows to take in the spectacular views of …

Written by skiweather on Wednesday March 23, 2016

Sankt Anton: for those who like to mix it up a bit

Regarded as the cradle of modern Alpine skiing, Sankt Anton is rightly established as one of the world’s big-name ski resorts. And for a good reason: it combines world-class skiing with a bustling apres-ski. Famous for its beauty and breathtaking scenery. Sitting in a narrow valley at the foot of the Arlberg pass Sankt Anton is a long, sprawling place, with bags of traditional character.  Bustling with activity throughout the day and late into the night.The vast ski area is serviced by several …

Written by skiweather on Wednesday February 10, 2016

Enjoying the high-life on the Stubai Glacier

The Stubai Glacier is the largest glacier ski area in Austria, and the most popular one in the Innsbruck region. The Stubai Glacier has 25 modern ski lifts, and over 110 kilometers of gorgeous ski-runs. The Stubai Glacier reaches an altitude of 3300m and therefore enjoys an exceptionally long ski season; from October through to June beautiful and well prepared slopes are at your disposal. The snow is usually of very high quality throughout the Winter, and the better part of Spring. The Stubai …

Written by skiweather on Friday December 25, 2015