Follow the trail to nature
Warth am Arlberg
Warth has been the centre of 3 valleys for centuries. As a transhipment point for goods and merchandise, a transport route for salt and also due to its proximity to Germany, there was a lively trade. Of course, there was also smuggling and many paths and hiking trails still bear witness to the lively history of the place today.
Warth and the Lux Alp Chalet have a very interesting location, right on the border of Tyrol and Vorarlberg and only a few kilometres (as the crow flies) from the German border or Kleinwalsertal.
With the advent of skiing around 1850, the poor farming region suddenly experienced a boom. The area was settled by the Walsers as early as the 13th century, and the priest Johann Müller of Warth made history as the first ski pioneer on the Arlberg. Even before all the well-known ski pioneers such as Hannes Schneider or Prof. Kruckenhausen, the priest of Warth was the first to learn to ski on clear full moon nights in 1891 (he didn't want to make a fool of himself in front of the townspeople).
If you want to eat well on your holiday, stay comfortably and stylishly, and enjoy skiing at its best, this is the place to be in winter.
The history of skiing and the history of the Arlberg are closely linked, but even though the region has a very wintery image, more and more people are discovering the beauty and naturalness that the region also radiates in summer.
Countless hiking trails directly from Chalet Lux Alp guide our guests into the untouched nature.
Sunrises, colourful flower meadows, alpine roses and cows that are allowed to move freely and graze on the alpine pastures throughout the summer. Here at the Lux Alp Chalet in Warth am Arlberg, all is still right with the world.
Warth ont he Arlberg is a small natural jewel - whether in winter or summer vaccation - the region offers a unique variety of flora and fauna.
Here are some impressions!
In winter there are ski slopes connecting Lech and Warth am Arlberg. Unfortunately, the road between the two towns is closed due to avalanche danger.
With the Ski Arlberg Ticket you can ski the White Ring from Warth am Arlberg to Lech - Zürs or even as far as St. Anton, all 22 kilometres of pistes of the White Ring are at your disposal, as well as all 340 kilometres of pistes of the Arlberg and 200 km of untouched, deeply snow-covered high mountain pistes, which are accessible thanks to 94 modern cable cars!