sUMMER ADVENTURES in lech
A leisurely summer holiday in Lech is truly exceptional. Whether you enjoy walks with spectacular views, climbing, cycling or using the Lech Card to open up the possibilities our area has to offer, there is something to suit every individual taste.
Doris, the hotel proprietor, knows the mountain walks in and around Lech like the back of her hand, and is always ready with helpful tips and suggestions. Our hotel is therefore in a perfect position to offer walking tips and route recommendations from our selection of walking maps. No matter whether you are an experienced walker, if you prefer a gentle stroll, or maybe something more suited to families, we can tailor-make a programme perfectly suited to your individual needs. Lying amidst meadows of colourful alpine flowers, Pension Bergmähder is the ideal starting point for a vast selection of walks, which can be reached in just a few minutes.
Cycling with panoramic views
The cycling tracks and trails can be negotiated either by e-bike or mountain bike, enabling the rider almost unlimited access to the surrounding peaks. However you get there, the panoramic views of the surrounding mountains are sure to make a lasting impression. Choose to explore the Arlberg individually or opt to join a guided e-bike tour to clock up the kilometres and discover the area – the choice is yours!
Family holidays in Lech
The best thing about a family holiday in Lech is the time spent outdoors in the mountains with the kids. Whether you prefer walking, exploring the countless themed trails or biking on the network of cycling routes, time spent with your nearest and dearest discovering Lech & Zürs am Arlberg will be something truly memorable.
Adventures with the Lech Card
The Lech Card entitles the holder to free travel on all summer operating cable cars, as well as unlimited use of the blue village bus, thus giving access to the districts of Zug, Zuers, Oberlech, Lech, Stubenbach as well as the neighbouring village of Warth with Hochkrumbach. Also included is free access to the Zuger valley with the Formarin and Spuller lakes. Attractive adventure programmes for children include activities such as guided themed walks. Other highlights of the Lech Card include free entry to the forest swimming pool, the Walser museum, the Huber Hus and the library, as well as offering discounts on some summer events and on the services of a number of participating Lech Card partners.
Since the winter season 2012 “The Lech Trail, from the spring to the falls” has provided an easy long distance walking trail through a region of the Alps famed as one of the last unspoilt river landscapes in Europe. Starting from the Formarin lake near Lech am Arlberg, and with a length of some 125 kilometres, the Lech Trail leads through Warth, into the Lechtal-Reutte nature reserve right down to the Lech falls at Füssen im Allgäu. The trail thus passes through three provinces and two countries, each with its own history and traditions.