Skiing Zürs

Skiing Zürs

Skiing Zürs

Skiing Zürs

Our Terrain Ratings

Powderhound rating = advanced/expert terrain + powder + freshies + uncrowded

Our Terrain Ratings

Powderhound rating = advanced/expert terrain + powder + freshies + uncrowded

Ski Arlberg Resorts

Lech
St Anton
Warth Schroecken

    Zuers Trail Map
  • Zürs Ski Trail Map
  • Vertical (m)
    1,304m – 2,811m (1,507m)
  • Average Snow Fall
    7-10m
  • Lifts (88)
    Ski Arlberg interconnected area
    18 Gondolas / cable cars
    44 Chairs

    Zurs-Lech ski resorts
    8 Gondolas / cable cars
    16 Chairs
  • Opening Dates & Times
    Dec 1 to mid-April
    9:00am to 5:00pm
  • Terrain Summary
    Runs - 305km (Ski Arlberg area)
    Longest run – 10 km
    Advanced (incl. ski routes) - 38%
    Intermediate - 26%
    Beginner - 36%
  • Lift Pass Price
    Day Ticket 19/20
    Ski Arlberg Pass
    Adult - €56.50
    Child - €34
    Child u/5yr - €10
    Ski Arlberg Trail Map
  • Ski Arlberg Trail Map

Zürs Skiing & Snowboarding Terrain

Zurs ski resort is interlinked via lift pass, piste & a high-quality lift system with the entire Ski Arlberg ski region. Ski Arlberg includes Lech, Warth Schroecken, Zug, Stuben, St Christoph & St Anton. Ski Arlberg gives access to an eye watering 87 lifts, 305km of piste & some of the world's best off-piste.

See the Ski Arlberg ski trail map here.

Zurs caters superbly to beginners and intermediates, with the offerings for beginners generally better than the terrain at Lech ski resort. See the Zürs ski trail map here. The endless intermediate terrain allows for long ski journeys like the White Ring. Over 22km & 5,500m vertical, the White Ring links the ski areas of Zurs, Zug, Oberlech, Lech, Stubenbach before returning to Zurs. The journey can get busy & knowing its route well can ensure that one deftly avoids it!

Advanced skiers & snowboarders can ride the endless off-piste. With fewer people than at nearby St Anton & Lech, Powderhounds have half a chance of scoring some fresh lines, particularly early in the day or during times of low visibility.

The Zurs ski resort also provides some great off-piste routes off the back for experts that like couloirs and gnarly lines. A mountain guide should be hired if in any doubt about your ability to safely navigate the terrain.

More information is coming soon