Ski Lifts in Lech-Zurs
The Lech-Zürs lift system has a limit on the number of day passes to prevent over-crowding and queuing.
Lech-Zurs Ski Lifts
The efficient Lech-Zürs lift system carries 48,000 skiers per hour. A 14,000 limit on the number of day passes is strictly enforced in order to prevent over-crowding and queuing. The ski lifts are mostly modern; the newest 8-person and 6-person chairlifts on Kriegerhorn, Steinmahder, Hasensprung, Petersboden, Hexenboden and Schlegekopf have padded seating. The lift table shows over 80 ski lifts for the Arlberg as a whole approximately 50% of which are in the St Anton area.
Lech-Zurs Lift Passes
A single lift pass covers the entire Arlberg ski area, including St Anton, St Christoph, Stuben, Lech, Zurs Warth and Schroecken – all of which are linked by modern lifts – and Sonnenkopf which can be reached by car or taxi. As well as use of the the ski lifts, the pass also covers free ski busses which run between Lech and Zurs. There is an additional scheduled paid-for bus service, that after Zurs goes onto Alpe Rauz (the gateway to Stuben), St Christophe and St Anton. Journey times by bus are approximately as follows: Lech – Zürs (15 mins), Lech – St Christoph (30 mins) and Lech – St Anton (40 mins).