Ski Lifts in Warth-Schroecken

Warth Schroecken’s ski lift system carries up to 28,000 riders per hour on a total of 14 ski lifts including 3 T-bars and 2 chairlifts serving the beginner slopes. To access the much bigger Arlberg ski area you can take the Auenfeldjet lift to Lech, but you will need an Arlberg pass to ride it.

Warth-Schroecken Ski Lifts

The ski area extends 10km from Warth to Schroecken with a 500m vertical drop from Wartherhorn (2000m) down to Warth (1494m) and nearly 800m vertical from Saloberkopf (2050m) to Schroecken (1269m).

The bulk of the lift capacity is delivered by eight high-speed chair lifts – four 6-seater and four 4-seater chair lifts – most of which are equipped with pull-down bubble covers, most of which extend 1000m-1500m distance and 300-450m vertical rise.

Access to the ski area is from one of three base stations, each of which includes car parking for day visitors. From east to west, there are high-speed 6-person bubble chairlifts rising from each of three base stations at Warth (1500m), Hochkrumbach (1600m) and Hochtannbergpass 1679m) nearest Schroecken.

Hochtannbergpass (1679m) – half way between Schroecken and Warth – is the biggest base station and the main access point for guests coming by car or free ski bus from Schroecken (4km) and for day visitors from Au Schoppernau (10km).

Link to Lech-Zurs, Stuben and St Anton Arlberg

The Auenfeldjet lift provides a fast two-way link to Lech and back for holders of the Arlberg ski pass. This means all of the Lech-Zurs ski area can be easily accessed from either Schroecken or Warth. To get to St Anton, however,  you will either have to start early and ski fast, or time your arrival in Lech to coincide with the departure of the bus to St Anton which is still the fastest way to get between the two resorts. You have to pay extra for this bus service but it’s not expensive.

Warth-Schroecken & Arlberg Ski Passes

The Bregenzerwald 3täler lift pass is valid for all ski resorts in the Bregenzerwald

There’s a free ski bus service between Warth and Schroecken (nine stops) and between Schroecken and Au-Schoppernau, which is free for lift pass holders.

To ski Lech-Zurs or other Arlberg resorts you should buy a full Arlberg ski area pass. It’s more expensive but covers a vast area and all lifts at Warth-Schroecken, Lech-Zurs, Stuben, St Christoph, St Anton and Sonnenkopf in Klostertal.

Warth-Schroecken Lift Companies

Ski Lift Warth GmbH & Co
A-6767 Warth 51
Bregenzerwald, Vorarlberg, Austria
Tel: +43 (0) 5583 3601-0

Ski Lift Schroecken Strolz GmbH
A-6888 Schroecken 10
Bregenzerwald, Vorarlberg, Austria
Tel: +43 (0) 5583 4259-0


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