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Ski Arlberg, Rüfikopf (c) Daniel Zangerl I Lech Zürs Tourismus
Discover the diversity of Vorarlberg, a skier’s paradise

Cross-regional ski passes

Boasting numerous cross-regional ski passes, skiing here is never boring. Many winter sports regions offer attractive tickets for variety-rich skiing fun.

Visiting Vorarlberg safely
There will be a general lockdown in Austria from 22 November to 13 December. After that, the restrictions for the unvaccinated will remain. Take-away in gastronomy is possible. Cable cars can be used, provided they are in operation.

Daily updated information on Corona security measures and rules in Vorarlberg can be found at www.vorarlberg.travel/en/visiting-safely

3 Täler-Pass (3-Valley Ski Pass – annual, season or multi-day ski passes)

The Täler-Pass is available as an annual, season or multi-day ski pass. The 3 Täler-Pass provides access to 39 ski resorts and one excursion lift. This ski pass opens up a total of 181 cable cars and lifts, 517 kilometres of slopes and 9 snowparks in the Bregenzerwald,  Grosses Walsertal, Rheintal, Klostertal, Lechtal in Tyrol, and even Allgäu in Germany.

  • Elevation: 650 – 2,060 m.
  • 523 km of slopes
  • 182 lifts and cable cars

Detailed information on the 3-Valley Ski Pass and the partner ski resorts is available at www.3taeler.at (German only)

Ski Arlberg (season or multi-day ski pass)

In 2016, Ski Arlberg became the largest connected ski area in Austria and includes the villages of Lech, Zürs, Stuben, Warth and Schröcken in Vorarlberg as well as  St. Anton and St. Christoph in Tyrol.

  • Elevation: 1,250 – 2,811 m
  • 305 kilometres of continuous slopes
  • More than 200 km of powder runs
  • 88 lifts and cable cars

www.skiarlberg.at

Bergbahn Oberlech (c) Daniel Zangerl-Lech Zürs Tourismus
Bergstation Mellaubahn, Skigebiet Damüls-Mellau (c) Alex Kaiser - Bregenzerwald Tourismus

All ski resorts feature modern lifts and cable cars as well as well-groomed slopes.

Montafon Brandnertal Card

(annual, season or multi-day ski passes)

The multi-day ski pass includes nine winter sports resorts in Montafon, Brandnertal and Walgau, including: Silvretta Montafon, Golm, Gargellen, Kristberg, Silvretta-Bielerhöhe, Muttersbergbahn, Bergbahnen Brandnertal, Schnifisberg and the Bazora ski lift.

  • Elevation: 650 – 2,300 m
  • 297 km of slopes (140 of which are connected in Silvretta-Montafon)
  • 79 lifts and cable cars

Further information is available at www.montafon-brandnertal-card.at (German only)
Information about multi-day ski pass in English at www.montafon.at/multi-day-winter-ticket

Kleinwalsertal-Oberstdorf ski resort (day and multi-day ski pass)

7 ski resorts in the 2-country ski region between Vorarlberg and Allgäu in the Kleinwalsertal-Oberstdorf ski region, including: Ifen, Heuberg, Walmendingerhorn, Kanzelwand, Fellhorn, Söllereck and Nebelhorn.

  • Elevation: 1,086 – 2,030 m
  • 130 km of ski slopes
  • 48 lifts and cable cars

www.kleinwalsertal.com

Ländle Card (season pass)

The Ländle Card is a season pass for 30 ski resorts in Vorarlberg, including: Bregenzerwald, Grosses Walsertal, Rheintal, Brandnertal, Montafon, Klostertal, Oberstdorf Kleinwalsertal as well as the Balderschwang ski resort in Germany.

Detailed information about the Ländle Card and partner ski resorts is available at www.laendle-card.at (German only)

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