Classic Dolomites Ski Safari Inspired Italy
The town of Lech and the Lech ski resort are very well established and provide a range of facilities and amenities to service skiers and snowboarders.

Eating On Mountain

There are multiple eateries and places to get a drink whilst skiing the circuit around the Lech and Zurs ski resorts. A few of them are cafeteria style, whilst others are full service restaurants that offer a fabulous experience.

Our favourite was the restaurant at the top of the Zug lift where there is a terrace, phenomenal views and great mega-pizzas. The Montana restaurant in Oberlech is also a good lunch experience on the terrace.

Otherwise the many slopeside Lech hotels offer lunch as well as sun lounges to work on your tan. Or you can have lunch at one of the many Lech restaurants on the main drag. The people watching here is fabulous darling.

Facilities for Children

Googies Babysitting provide childcare anywhere in Lech, Zürs, Oberlech or Zug. They also hire prams.

The Lech Zürs Tourist Office can also offer a list of babysitters.

The other daycare option is the Miniclub at Lech (children 3+) which is also operated by the tourist centre. Activities include games, tobogganing, snowball fights and a little bit of skiing. Wonder if adults can go there too?

Lech Ski Lessons & Guiding

Lech has a couple of ski schools that offer group & private ski/snowboard lessons for all ages & ability levels with bilingual instructors. The schools also provide guides for those wanting to go off-piste and not get lost. Book full day lessons & mountain guiding here.

Lech Ski Hire

With five Lech ski shops that offer ski and snowboard rentals, the two shops in Oberlech, and one in Zug, there are plenty of Lech ski hire options to choose from. Location convenience is likely to be the biggest decision-making factor.
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