Lech, the birthplace of Alpine skiing, is one of the world's best-known skiing regions, yet it has lost none of its traditional winter sports charm. It is almost as if it has stepped out of time: naturally beautiful yet still vibrant and modern. The natural landscape and the character of the village set Lech apart from most other ski resorts
today and are likely to make for an even better holiday experience. We recommend that you take your time and let Lech show you everything it has to offer. If you prefer, we will be happy to give you specific tips for your own personal journey of discovery through the old and the new.
Arriving by plane or train
From Zurich Airport by train to Langen am Arlberg: around. 2.5 h
From Munich Airport: around 5 h
From Innsbruck Airport: around 2 h
From Altenrhein Airport (Switzerland): around 2 h
There are direct EC/IC rail connections (no changes) between Langen am Arlberg and Vienna, Innsbruck, Zurich, Basel, Stuttgart and Cologne.
From Langen am Arlberg it takes around 20 minutes by taxi or postbus to Lech. We will be happy to organise the transfer to Lech for you, either in the comfort of a limousine or by minibus with driver.
Arriving by car
From the West (Zurich), take the A 14 (E 60) motorway from Feldkirch to Bludenz, continue on the S 16 highway, leave it at the "Langen" exit and then follow the B 197 and 198 roads via Stuben and Zürs to Lech.
From the East (Munich, Innsbruck), take the A 12 motorway from Innsbruck to Landeck, continue on the S 16 highway, leave it at the "St. Anton" exit and follow the B 197 and 198 roads via the Arlberg pass and Zürs to Lech.
Once you have arrived in Lech, drive past the OMV petrol station on your left, take a left turn just after Haus Wallis and head towards the small hill where you will already be able to see the Kristiania.
We wish you a pleasant journey. Please remember winter tyres and snow chains.