Lech and the Arlberg. The alpine home of adventure and exclusivity.


The Premium Location of Le Chalet

Luxurious unspoilt views of the majestic peaks awaken a longing for the mountains… a longing perfectly sated by the premium alpine region of Lech Zürs am Arlberg: Oberlech is one of the most exclusive ski resorts in the Alps. Completely car-free in winter, you can spend a fairy-tale holiday here, nestled in the wondrous snowy landscape right next to the piste. With ski-in & ski-out convenience you start and end your ski day directly in front of Le Chalet. In summer, nature comes alive around the residence, with forests, meadows and stunning alpine diversity right outside your balcony. Deliciously cool, refreshing mountain air promises relaxation and revival – alpine style.


At an altitude of 1,600 metres, Le Chalet offers breathtaking, unspoilt views of the Arlberg mountain-world. Oberlech is located directly in the skiing and hiking area with ski-in & ski-out convenience and all the highlights of Lech Zürs nearby. We commit to the highest standards of quality with our luxurious-living and ultimate-experience concept. In winter, guests spend a car-free holiday within the ski area, whereas in summer, nature beckons with forests, meadows and burgeoning alpine diversity. Find out more about the location & how to get there here.

The Location & the Arlberg

Majestic peaks. Untouched nature. Invigorating, clear mountain air. The horizon supplies a breathtaking backdrop for extraordinary moments: The Arlberg region delights with a multitude of beauty-spots and limitless range of experiences. Hiking at altitude along the famous Arlberg and Lech valley routes, mountain biking on well-kept trails, skiing down the region’s exclusive slopes: the Arlberg is impressive in every season.

Lech lies in the midst of a stunning mountain landscape, where it boasts an abundance of luxury shops and exquisite designer boutiques that appeal even to the most discerning eye. Long-established local artisan businesses also continue to impress with their unique craftmanship and loving attention to detail. Lech Zürs also claims to have one of the highest densities of exclusive, accredited restaurants. We will be happy to recommend somewhere for a particularly special evening.

Ski Fun & Winter Romance

Thanks to Le Chalet’s prime location in the middle of the ski area, your first ski-run begins right outside your front door – on freshly groomed snow. Feel the morning sun on your face as you breathe crystal clear air and glide towards the valley. Every day anew, 305 kilometres of piste await to thrill, in one of the most exclusive ski areas of the Alps. We will gladly organise all your ski passes, courses and guided tours. In addition to skiing, winter walking. snowshoe hiking, tobogganing and sledging as well as cross-country skiing are among the highlights of the region. The cross-country skiing network stretches over 27 kilometres into the beautiful valley of Zug. A horse-drawn carriage ride promises pure snow-covered winter romance in Oberlech – and of course we would be delighted to organise this for you too. Our tip: Try out the legendary ski circuit “The White Ring”, which connects Lech with Zürs, Zug and Oberlech. Your host, Andreas Mathis, is available around the clock for tips and information and for the planning and organising of winter experiences you’ll never forget.

Mountain summers in the Arlberg

Access the spectacular alpine adventure world of the Arlberg directly from Le Chalet: the 350-kilometre-long hiking-trail network and numerous mountain bike trails can all be enjoyed either on your own or with our experienced local guides. We are happy to organise everything from leisurely mountain hikes to high-stake alpine-peak conquests and spectacular downhill adventures. Let’s plan the perfect alpine experience together. A further highlight of the Arlberg region is the highest golf course in Austria: Arlberg Golf invites you to play legendary tee-offs at 1,500 metres above sea level against the breathtaking panoramic backdrop of the Alps.