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Ski Packages to Lech, Austria include:
Return flights to Zurich from Johannesburg, return airport by luxury coach, 7 nights accommodation including breakfast, 6 day ski lift pass, 6 day ski hire (boots/poles/skis), Complimentary travel accessory, Travel Insurance.
Package doesn’t include: Ski School, Entertainment programme, Ski Representative, Visas, Meals and Beverages not specified.
Why choose Lech?
- Small exclusive ski resort.
- High altitude ski area village is at 1450m
- Season runs from beginning of Dec until the end of April.
- Part of Arlberg ski area.
- Accommodation is all situated close to lifts & slopes.
- Excellent skiing for all abilities of skiing.
- Fantastic skiing facilities with modern lift system.
- Excellent restaurants & hotels.
- Charming village.
- Free bus service within the Arlberg ski area.
- Lively Apres-ski.
- Very Chic resort with some very expensive hotels.
Overview of Lech:
Our ski packages to Lech is undoubtedly one of the best loved winter holidays in the world. Boasting a vast high altitude domain of over 270km of piste, the village offers everything you could want from a winter sports holiday – including high quality hotels/ pensions, fine dining and great après ski, not to mention the endless kilometres of skiing. Lech is full of international flavour, attracting a wide scope of visitors from all over the world – including royalty! They even filmed the sequel to Bridget Jones diary there in 2004. The ‘Arlberg Ski Circus’ lift pass covers the resorts of Lech, Zürs, Zug, Stuben, St.Anton, Sonnenkopf and St. Christoph. Lech caters for the beginner but there is certainly more to keep the harden skier happy. Overall an excellent ski resort if a bit pricey.
The Arlberg offers a range of accommodation from self-catering, two/three star B&B’s, to three/four star half-board hotels. All accommodation is situated within walking distance of the ski slopes, lifts and village.
Apart from the unique ski and snowboarding terrain, the Arlberg also has various other fun individual, familu or group activities for you to enjoy when you’re not relishing time on the slopes. Spend time in the world-class Sports Centre, or take part in more traditional activities such as tobogganing, curling, ice-skating, indoor golf, snowshoe walking and sleigh rides. You can even have the unique experience of feeding high-Alpine game.
Take a stroll through the villages after a long day on the slopes, and wind down at your choice of umbrella bars, ice bars and restaurants.
The Arlberg area is the perfect place for the epicurean, or those who simply love food. With plenty of restaurants to choose from, youll find a mix of traditional home-style cooking and gourmet restaurants. With many of these restaurants having earned international awards, the only trouble you might have is deciding which one to visit first.