Ski Resort Warth Schröcken (Ski Arlberg) in the Bregenz Forest: Position on map

Review Warth Schröcken (Ski Arlberg): Family Skiing

Category Family: Official review by Snow-Online.com
  • Kids areas
  • Wide offering of ski schools and nurseries
  • Enough easy slopes at the base station
  • Enough slopes for beginner
  • Expensive for families
Family 8 / 10
Overall score: 89 / 100

Kids' parks, ski schools, and care facilities perfect for families!

At Arlberg, an extensive offer of ski schools, kids' parks and ski kindergartens all over the resort make for a perfect family holiday. The diverse slopes offer runs for every skill level.

You can find kids' parks at St. Anton, St. Christoph, and Nasserein. If parents want to spend some time on the slopes without the little ones, ski schools offer ski kindergartens for children from 2.5 years. A number of explicitly short runs are located at Gampen (6,070 ft).

Valley stations at Lech and Zürs also feature practice runs and kids' parks. The practice area at the east of Lech is especially impressive. Parents can leave their children in excellent care at the kids' ski school in Lech or at the “Miniclub”. More experienced children can try the blue-marked slopes Nr. 210 and 200 over Oberlech down to the valley in Lech.

At Warth-Schröcken, the little ones will love the fairy land right next to the baby lift (Körbliftle) at Saloberjet's base station. For the more advanced, the shorter runs Nr. 291 and 293 along Karhornbahn as well as the longer runs Nr. 270 and 282 can be recommended. Furthermore, ski schools in Warth-Schröcken offer a broad range of ski classes as well as child care during the day.

Off-piste, there is a lot to discover for families on Arlberg: carriage rides, toboggans, and cross country ski tracks are only some examples of the many attractions that make sure no kid gets bored during their stay.


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Moritz (Age: 18-25)
Skill: Pro • in Feb 2022
Travelled as: Alone
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