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Holiday homes and rentals in Lech Valley
Lech Valley, Austria is a picture-perfect, fairy-tale destination for all of Austria’s winter and summer seasons. There is enough enchantment to go around the whole year long. Whether you’re an avid skier, hiker, or shopaholic you’ll find more than enough to enjoy on your holiday escape. The food is another feature to anticipate, not to mention the downy comfort of the fireplace and feather beds that make a dream staycation worthwhile. But be sure to take a hike or two on the marked mountain trails. The scenery is unbelievably amazing, just like the Sound of Music, only tangible!Extraordinary views for everyone
A mountain holiday home with spectacular views is just what’s needed to put your entire holiday into perspective. Every morning the Lech Valley will be there to greet you and remind you to seize the day! These exclusive homes are perfect for any traveller, whether it’s a family reunion you have planned or a trip for you and your partner. Many of these magical rentals feature everything you need including a kitchen and very comfortable living room. Some even include a hot tub and sauna to further enhance your stay.
Holidays in Lech Valley
The area and getting around
Locally known as White Ring, Lech’s winter sports venue boasts the longest ski circuit track in the world comprising 22km of downhill runs, piste ascents and cross-country runs. Tourists can ski the circuit as well. Snowboarding, and snow-shoe trekking are popular because of the abundant annual snowfall and gorgeous scenery. Try a snowmobile tour through the region. But be sure to tap into the après-ski festivities after a day on the slopes. Or, let your hair down and have a few brews at the bar and restaurants in nearby St. Anton.Hiking the Green Ring trail is like no other
The amazing, dynamic ski slopes of winter are transformed when summer arrives. The Green Ring is a special hiking adventure encompassing three exciting days of trekking. This event is more than spectacular trails. There are stories, legends, and riddles to solve giving hikers insights to local lifestyles on their journey to Rud-Alpe. Two popular artists, Daniela Egger and Daniel Kocher created the installations for added entertainment during this phenomenal hiking experience. This trip may be the most meaningful adventure you ever embarked on. Be sure to take your camera and be prepared for surprises and thrilling inspiration.
Travellers and activities
Lech Valley’s history dates to the 1300s when the Walser immigrants of Switzerland ventured through the Alps to settle in Austria. By the 1800s, roads were built that connected the village with Vorarlberg and it became a rich skiing centre. It was the first Ski-Club-Arlberg school for skiers and is now famous for numerous Olympic medal winners and World Championships. Visit the Hubur-Hus Museum for captivating insights into the lifestyles of the locals of yesteryear. Check out the Walser Museum Lech-Tannberg for artefacts relating to this neck of the woods. And don’t miss the Wang-Hus for a cultural close-up of the oldest house of Tannberg.Lech Valley for Culinary travellers
Lech is a destination with plenty of interesting food to explore. Splurge at Fux with sushi, maki and sashimi masterfully paired with incredible pastas. While you’re enjoying the flavour sensations sip the great Burgundy wines of the ‘30s, or Bordeaux’s of the ‘20s. At Auenhof, Sitzeck'n chef Fiebig will spoil you with the freshest aromatic ingredients that will knock your socks off in his Mediterranean cuisine with a twist. For a truly exquisite night out, reserve your table at Griggeler Stuba for a superb taste experience. The chefs artfully prepare fish, meat, vegetables, and extraordinary herb pairings to delight your senses, including spectacular wines from the cellar.
The first ski lift, a T-bar, was built in 1937 and designed by Sepp Bildstein for Zürs.
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While you’re in Lech, dare to explore the immersive artistic exploration of light from the famous artist James Turell’s point of view. Located high in the Alps, Skyspace Lech features a walk-through art installation that changes every time you visit. This is a cultural, educational, and spiritual event you won’t want to miss.2. Quality boutique shopping
Hagen’s Metzgerei is a high-quality market for sausage, cheese, and wine from the region. There’s also a large selection of international delicacies for your enjoyment. Travel down the Hauptstrasse and discover amazing shops to meet your needs and tickle your fancy. There is something for everyone here! From quality sport equipment to handicrafts and traditional Austrian clothing.3. Ride to the top of the mountain
Seekopfbahn cable car in Zürs carries touristic hikers to Seekopf mountain’s peak for breathtaking views along the way and stunning panoramas at the top. The mountain’s restaurant features local delicacies, Zürsersee lake with floating platform, and a BBQ with playground area. This is a great way to spend the afternoon with loved ones.4. Take a jaw-dropping hike
There are over 350km of sign-posted hiking trails, so you won’t get lost in Lech. These trails cover all levels of hikers. This is a journey you’ll never tire of because it’s so awesomely gorgeous it will take your breath away around every corner. The trails traverse the mountains, valleys, and pastures with eateries like Astenau Alpe to keep you energised along the way offering cheese, bread, and local produce.5. Pamper your foodie palate at the Chef’s Table
There’s nothing like the Chef’s Table for mouthwatering, taste bud tantalising, sheer joy for an eating experience that will completely wow you! This experience can be had at the Schualhus in Zug. It’s a 12-course affair coupled with amazing wines. Every table is new, but some reviewers mentioned a duck bun “slider’ and pine crème brulee as possibilities. Some have arrived via the ski run to Zug.