Skiing and mountain holidays in Austria
On the territory of the resort you can stay in the most charming of the tourist “villages” – Lech, as well as in St. Anton, Sürz, St. Christoph or Stüben.
Lech alone has thirty-five ski lifts and funiculars serving 104 km of top quality skiing and 120 km of open skiing, including the amazing 20 km Madloch circuit.
This region is the birthplace of modern skiing technique, which is now practiced all over the globe; local schools and instructors are some of the best in the world. The smallest and best five-star hotel in the “village” shares the exclusive, but not pretentious atmosphere characteristic of Lech.
Run by three generations of hospitable owners from the Moosbrugger family, the former post office has become famous for its impeccable homeliness and excellent restaurant. If Lech attracts with simplicity and naturalness, then Kitzbühel (https://cars-scanner.net/en/austria/car-rental-kitzbuhel) is chosen for its secular, glamorous atmosphere.
Smoothed, but mighty rocks behind a medieval fortress wall, offering mostly routes of medium difficulty! 14 Western Europe A ski instructor and his students at the foot of a slope in Lech. Old picture. (with the exception of the world-famous high-difficulty Hahnenkamm), breathtaking funicular climbs and 193 km of amazing summer tourism are Kitzbühel’s calling card.
Those looking for an interesting after-ski activity will be drawn to the historic city center with its cobbled streets and pastel-coloured medieval buildings.
Here you will find trendy boutiques, glamorous casinos and clubs. In addition, tourists can relax with a cup of hot chocolate and a cake at the famous Rgakhtai cafe. Settle high on a sunny hillside in the elegant but cozy Hotel Teppetog, a converted 17th-century peasant house, and enjoy your holiday at any time of the year.