• Skivergnügen Region Lech Zürs
  • Landschaft Zürs Lech
  • Ein Snowboardfahrer fährt einen schneebedeckten Berg entlang


Zürs am Arlberg is one of the most exclusive winter sports resorts in the Alps. Situated at an altitude of almost 1720 metres, the traditional village offers a magnificent mountain backdrop and the best winter sports conditions. The first ski course was held here in 1906; and in 1937 Austria’s first drag lift was constructed. Today all ski slopes lead right into the middle of the small village and are only a few minutes' walk away.In Zürs you can ski right up to the hotel entrance, and Thurnher’s Alpenhof lies just a few paces from the Hexenboden lift as well as Zürsersee lift.  As a result of the altitude you can rely on finding snow here from the end of November until the end of April. If you prefer to explore on foot, you can walk along a picturesque, idyllic footpath as far as Lech or towards the Flexenpass.

The largest ski region in Austria: With the opening of the Flexen lift for the 2016/17 winter season, the ski resorts on the Arlberg - Zürs, Stuben, Rauz, St. Anton - merged. With the Ski Arlberg Skipass you have access to all slopes and lifts in the region with just one card.



And what will the weather be like? Bright sunshine or romantic snow flurries? Which ski route do I choose first? And do I need snow chains for my journey?

Lech Zürs Tourismus not only has a reliable weather forecast, but also offers a wealth of information to help you plan your holiday.



Rooms & suites

Variety rather than simplicity! Our rooms and suites are as unique as our guests. What they all have in common is a unique love of detail, a classic ambience, and the highest level of comfort.


No mountaineering skills are needed to make a stop for a candlelight dinner in our restaurant, enjoy a hot chocolate in our lounge with fireplace or treat yourself with a cocktail in our piano bar.


To switch off for a few hours or even an entire day – not to have to do anything: What better place is there to enjoy this than the SPA of Thurnher’s Alpenhof?