Your winter in Warth
An average of 11 meters of snowfalls can be expected in Warth-Schröcken: This makes the region the skiing area with the most natural snow in Europe. The two small Walser villages offer tranquility and adventure - both are waiting on the doorstep of Berghotel Biberkopf thanks to our ski-in/ski-out.
Skiing fun from the first to the last turn
305 kilometers of slopes. 88 lifts. Endless fun on skis and snowboard. With the opening of the Flexenbahn cable car in 2016, SkiArlberg is the largest connected ski resort in Austria - and the fifth largest in the world. As our guest at the Berghotel, you are right in the middle of it all: Our hotel elevator takes you directly to the cable car in Warth, so you can be on the slopes in no time!
Powder as far as the eye can see
According to insiders, freeriding is not just a sport, it's a way of life. In Warth-Schröcken am Arlberg you can experience this feeling on more than 200 kilometers of perfect snow - short ascents, untouched north-facing slopes and the finest powder snow make your freeriding experience on the Arlberg an absolute highlight. By the way: Experienced mountain and ski guides will show you the basics of freeriding, if this is your first time or they can take a deep dive into the Arlberg winter wonderland with you, if you are an advanced skier. We have just the right experience for every skill level!
Winter hiking in Warth
You don't need to be strapped to skis or a snowboard to enjoy winter in Warth-Schröcken. Far away from the hustle and bustle, countless scenic winter hiking trails take you through the snow-covered landscape. The perfectly maintained, sunny trails are also ideally suited for Nordic walking.
On trend: cross-country skiing
In Warth-Schröcken am Arlberg, cross-country skiers can choose from four circular courses, offering a total of 17 kilometers for all levels of difficulty. At an altitude of 1,700 meters, you'll get your cardiovascular system going - while enjoying the sun on the Hochtannberg Pass. Let's go!
Fascination Ice Climbing
300 meters deep gorges with turquoise blue shimmering icefalls: The Warth-Schröcken region offers many different spots for ice climbers. Feel every muscle in your body, when you take on the icefalls with pickaxe, crampons and other climbing equipment. Ready for the adventure? Our tip: The Alpine School Widderstein is the place to go if you want an introduction to this sport.
Sleigh ride with huskies
An adventure on four paws: At Pass Hochtannberg and at the Körbersee a husky team will pull you on your sled through the snow - and you can also learn to steer the sled yourself. Warth-Schröcken offers three different circuits, which you can explore with your fluffy companions. Will you soon be part of the pack?