On your holiday in Lech you will find yourself in an Eldorado for sport climbers. If you have never tried this fascinating sport and would like to try it out for the first time you will definitely find Lech an ideal place for.
The breathtaking mountain scenery is just perfect for lovely climbing tours. Competent mountain guides and climbers will demonstrate the necessary knowledge and techniques during climbing courses and guided tours.
The Arlberg region offers climbing tours from difficulty III – VIII. Here is a short list of the most beautiful climbing tours:
In the “Schröcken Adventure Park” you will find 14 different rope climbing obstacle courses and a 140m long Flying Fox slide.
Alternatives in bad weather: the climbing wall at the Sport Park Lech and the arl.rock indoor climbing hall in St. Anton.
The Forest Swimming Pool
On the banks of the Lech river a forest swimming pool with a rock island, warm 25°C water, daring waterslides, a large children's pool and romantic lawns draws in visitors. There is also a nice playground for the kids.The pool is open during the summer season daily from 9.30 a.m. until 7.00 p.m., weather permitting. Free admission with your Lech Card!
Close to the forest pool you will find two clay tenniscourts – daily available from 9:30 am to 7:00 pm. Of course also free admission with your Lech Card!
Volleyball & Beachsoccer
Also included in the Lech Card are the beachvolleyball and the beachsoccer court next to the forest pool.
Amidst the beautiful mountain scenery of the Arlberg we guests find a carefully-designed 3-hole golf academy with driving range, putting green and practice bunker. The golf centre is in the heart of Lech itself. Here they offer beginners, advanced and expert golfers the opportunity to practise and improve their swing.
From June 2016 – more information soon.
On adventurous paths with professional guides! Rafting, Canyoning or Cayaking on the Lech river.
Fun for young and old … equipped with wetsuits, helmet and harness we dive into a spectacular alien world, “the canyon.” We swim through deep turquoise-green ponds, slip over natural slides in clear pools, lower ourselves down on a rope over high waterfalls and jump into secluded pools.
From Haselgehr on the Lech river towards Reuthe. Light to medium passages through beautiful untouched nature. With our 2 person canoes it's easy and suitable for beginners due to the high level of stability of the boats.
Be it your first time in a kayak or a seasoned pro, the instructors/coaches will not only help you to progress but also have a great time doing so.
Near the source of the River Lech there are two gorgeous lakes – Lake Spuller and Lake Formarin – these are jewels in the Alps and just perfect for fishing fans.
The Lech is a typical Alpine river where you can fish along a total length of just under 17 km.
From the junction with the Spullerbach river to the junction with the Krum river at the border with the state of Tyrol, the Lech river is exclusively a fly fisher's paradise; FLY ONLY!
The Spullersee is situated amidst an amazing Alpine backdrop at 1810 m above sea level. It is easily reached by the Lech local bus (subject to toll from Zug) and this lake has everything that the Alpine angler's heart desires.
The Formarinsee, like the Spullersee is easy to reach using the Lech local bus via the toll road into the Zugertal valley. This mountain lake in the area around the source of the Lech river is not only the starting point for the Lechweg hiking trail, but also a real natural treasure.
Situated right on the Lech river in the centre of Zug, the Lech fish pond has been a meeting point for anglers and would-be anglers since 1976.
Fishing gear and bait are available here and, with a few little tips, there is nothing else to stand in the way of catching your first fish!
Since the days of the ski pioneers, the fantastic pistes of Lech Zürs am Arlberg have been delighting winter sports enthusiasts from all over the world. In late spring, when the snow-covered peaks around Lech are all that is left to remind us of the previous winter and the alpine meadows are covered in flowers, this fascinating landscape changes into an Eldorado for classic car enthusiasts. Challenging routes wind their way up to mountain passes almost 2,000 metres high, while tortuous descents provide the same thrill as deep powder snow runs. Idyllic mountain villages invite you to take a break and enjoy some mountain hospitality.
With its location right at the heart of the Lechtal Alps, Lech Zürs am Arlberg offers the ideal conditions for an exciting and eventful holiday with your car. Within a radius of only around 100 km you will find more than 10 alpine passes, including the impressive Flexen Pass, with its extraordinary gallery which sticks to the rocks like a swallow's nest and the Hochtannberg Pass, with its wide plateau. You can also explore a variety of different cultural regions, such as the ancient Bregenz Forest, the gentle countryside around Lake Constance or the idyllic Lech valley, all of which can be comfortably visited on a day trip.
Highlight is the annual Arlberg Classic CarRally in June.
Outside, you can take deep breaths of crystalline air. Inside, you'll find plenty of space for exhilarating sporting activities.
Sport.Park.Lech offers you a lot of possibilites which are all about movement: Fitness, Cycling, Tennis and other Ballsports (Badminton, Volleyball, Soccer, Handball, Basketball, Ping Pong, etc.), 10Pin Bowling, Climbing, Bouldering, Slacklining and the comfy sportslounge.cafe.
In the comfy sportslounge.cafe you can just have a lookaround, enjoy nice conversations, fresh drinks and snacks, surf the Web via free WiFi, join the excitement during our live sports broadcasts on our flatscreen (i.e. Sky Sport HD) or just have a good time playing pool or dart.
Learn how to shoot a bow and arrow with traditional archery. This sport requires concentration, skill and endurance. Only from 6 years old. The 3-D Parcour is great fun for both adults and children with hiking and deer stalking. The animals are made of plastic and can be hunted in the traditional way.
Every Monday with the Bergsportschule Arlberg Alpin.
Small core rifle shooting
Come and visit the Lech Shooting range and test your aim under supervision. When the weather isn’t good, take the opportunity to take aim and practise or join in a shooting competition.
To give you and your children something different to do it’s well worth a trip to
Warth, Steeg or Dalaas. Here it’s possible to enjoy nature and the outdoors from the back of a horse.
At the Schröcken Adventure Park it’s possible to climb up to 15 metres high. There are 30 different rope stations for all different level of abilities to try.
Leave the ground behind and view the beautiful surroundings around Lech from a bird’s eye view.
Minigolf & Pitpat
Endless fun for the whole family on holiday. At the Buxbaum Family Play Park there are loads of crazy golf courses for both adults and children to play together.