Warth Schröcken ski area
Thanks to its geographical position between the Arlberg, Lech Valley and Bregenzerwald, with 11 metres of fresh snow each winter, Warth-Schröcken is the ultimate snow trap. And, best of all, the Adler lies right in the middle!
Warth – Schröcken is the ideal place from which to access the Arlberg ski area. Numerous north-facing pistes and deep powder slopes guarantee exceptional skiing until late in the winter season
Our ski area is internationally renowned among off-piste skiers or Freeriders, as they are called today. There are many expert skiers around who had their first taste of snow (quite literally!) as children in the Salober Kinderland; and a lot of skiers think that 15 lifts/cable cars and 60 km of pistes are really quite sufficient. In spite of the recent link-up between the Lech-Zürs-Warth-Schröcken ski areas and the new all-encompassing Arlberg ski pass, it is still possible to buy the Warth – Schröcken ski pass, which is cheaper and covers an area somewhat less daunting in size. We would be happy to advise you.
3 Valleys Ski Pass – the all-season pass for Vorarlberg locals
As well as the Arlberg ski pass and the Warth-Schröcken ski pass (15 lifts – ski passes of up to 2.5 days) there is a third alternative available to our guests: the 3 Valleys ski pass. This regional all-season pass covers 28 ski areas in the Bregenzerwald, Tiroler Lechtal, Grosses Walsertal and Brandertal, and is also valid in Warth-Schröcken. For a supplementary charge the cover can be extended to include the entire Arlberg area.