Snowboard and Freestyle

Lech Zürs am Arlberg also provides snowboards and freestylers with the best opportunities to indulge their passion. The Lech Snowpark lies at a height of 1,600 metres on the Schlegelkopf, continues to grow and become more professional, and gets snowboarders' and freestylers' pulses racing. From the beginning of December, riders can show off their skills here and so enjoy an early start to the season beside the glacier in Lech Zürs am Arlberg.

From beginner to pro

The Lech Snowpark has something to offer for every skill level. Whether you are a beginner, advanced or pro, there's something for everyone here. There are 17 obstacles in an area of 3.6 hectares, divided into an Fun Run/Easy Run, Rail-Line and Pro Line, which are prepared and shaped on a daily basis. The Fun Run has easier obstacles and is just right for beginners. The Rail-Line offers something for more advanced freestylers. The Pro Line with its demanding obstacles even offers some action-packed challenges for the pros! The Snowpark can be found right at the centre of the Schlegelkopf, meaning it is easy to access and also gives you an initial view from the Schlegelkopf lift including a wonderfully enchanting view over Lech.

Hard Facts Snowpark Lech

Rails:

  • Flatrail
  • 8 metre downrail
  • 6 metre kinked rail flat-down

Boxen:

  • Rainbow Box Kids
  • 6 metre butterbox flat
  • 6 metre lowbox flat
  • 7 metre butterbox down
  • 3 metre headbox cannon
  • 7 metre kinkedbox flat-down
  • 9 metre double kinkedbox down-flat-down

Kicker and specials:

  • wallride
  • kicker (6, 9, 12, 15 metre)
  • kickerbank, lollipop

Head Shaper: Snowpark Lech Crew – Skilifte Lech

Total Elements

  • Fun Run/Easy Run: 3 Obstacles
  • Rail-Line: 10 Obstacles
  • Pro Line: 4 Obstacles