LECH AM ARLBERG FOR SKI GROUPS
Lech - Zurs has few equals anywhere in the world. This is the snowiest region of the Alps. It has ski-in, ski-out accommodation, is a key part of the incredible Arlberg ski region and is untouchable when it comes to resort charm.
The resorts cater for various group trips from corporate trips requiring extraordinary quality on and off the slopes to groups of friends looking to stay in slope-side chalets.
Lech - Zurs takes some beating for group ski options but Austria has many other resorts offering superb group ski opportunities.
APRES SKI IN LECH AM ARLBERG
APRES SKIING LECH-STYLE
Apres ski in Lech is all about quality wine and location. Many start the festivities in Oberlech on one of the many slope side terraces that grace this revered location. Deckchairs and fur blankets are commonplace on the fringes of the slopes. From there a short ski down to the resort or the Oberlech cable car descent takes visitors to the riverside locations where more terraces tempt the passers-by.
HELI-SKIING IN LECH - THE ULTIMATE GROUP ACTIVITY?
UNIQUE TO LECH-ZURS
For the better skiers and snowboarders there can be no better experience than flying to a remote peak and riding down virgin powder slopes under, expertly led by a local guide. There is one location in Austria where heli-skiing is permitted and this is Lech - Zurs. Heli-skiing experiences offer group ski trips an incredible focal point that will be talked about for seasons to come.
HEAVENLY CHALET ACCOMMODATION IN LECH AM ARLBERG
Lech am Arlberg has few equals for resort charm anywhere in the world. The resort accommodation is sumptuous and charming and the village has totally rejected the overdeveloped ideas of other resorts in the Alps. Instead Lech offers wonderfully inviting chalets and hotels that are high in quality and are rarely matched in terms of charm.
A ROUND OF GOLF ON THE SNOW IN ZUG
A ROUND BENEATH THE PEAKS
For those looking for a golf fix or a fun event for the group then snow golf in the wonderful setting of Zug is a real draw. The 9 hole course features an outdoor ‘club house’ with fur covered chairs beneath the towering peaks. This unique experience of driving coloured balls across snow covered fairways is a truly memorable experience.