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Ski tours on the Arlberg with ski guide

Guided ski tour on the Arlberg

The Arlberg - the world-famous deep-snow Mecca - has a quiet side to offer. At Touring skis you can explore the impressive mountain world around St. Anton, Stuben, Lech and Zürs on less frequented trails. I will take you to the most panoramic peaks and most beautiful downhill runs in the Arlberg region. Thanks to the lifts, part of the ascent can be shortened before we dive into the mountain solitude.

Experience the winter: Guided ski tour with guide in St. Anton - Stuben - Lech Zürs

At Arlberg there are manifold Ski touring opportunities. In the Lechquellen Mountains, the Lechtal Alps and the Verwall, there are numerous peaks and ascents to choose from. Both ski tour beginners and advanced skiers will get their money's worth here. As Ski guide on the Arlberg I not only keep an eye on the current weather and avalanche situation. My tour planning is always based on the snow conditions so that we get the maximum downhill enjoyment. And of course, the experience of nature comes first when ski touring.

I look forward to your individual request!

Ski tour suggestions Arlberg

  • Wild Plains
  • Gstansjöchl
  • Great Kaltenberg
  • Kreuzjochspitze
  • Rossfallscharte
  • Erlijoch
  • Eisenscharte
  • Bockbach Valley
  • Hochberg
  • Grubenjoch
  • Göppinger Hut
  • Western Iron Valley Peak
  • and many more!

Programme ski tours on the Arlberg

Meeting place08.30 am or 09.00 am at the valley station of the cable cars in Lech, Zürs, Stuben or St. Anton. After a short safety briefing and a discussion of the planned tour, you will set off. The day tour ends at around 14.00 hrs.



5 hrs.


individually bookable, from December to April


Arlberg region: St. Anton - Stuben - Lech Zürs - Klösterle



maximum 6 per ski guide

Base price per day

from 500,00 per day

  • Backpack (approx. 25-35 l), if available ABS backpack
  • Suitable ski touring boots with walking function
  • Ski touring ski with binding and crampons
  • Fitting and well adhering clamping adhesive skins
  • Telescopic ski poles
  • Modern avalanche transceiver (avalanche transceiver, 3-antenna device) with new batteries*.
  • Avalanche probe and avalanche shovel (made of metal)*.
  • Helmet (recommended, not a must)
  • Clothes suitable for the mountains, a change of dry clothes, 1 litre of liquid, snack / muesli bar, a change of gloves. 

For high altitude ski tours with glacier climbing additionally:

  • Adapted crampons with frontal jaws* and ice axe (suitable for high altitude touring)
  • Harness*
  • 1x Safelock carabiner (or 2x screw carabiner)*.

*Can be hired if required. Please book in advance! LENDING PRICES

From ski touring beginners to experts - there is something for everyone in the Arlberg. Your private ski guide adapts the day to your wishes and previous knowledge.

The minimum requirement for ski touring is a solid parallel turn on red slopes and stamina for one to two hours of ascent with breaks.

If you also want to get to know the more demanding ski tours on the Arlberg, you should have off-piste experience and also be able to manage ascents of two to three hours.

Tariffs per person/day

  • 1 person
  • each additional person
    plus 40,00
  • More info about the prices here.

Included services

Not included

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