|Highest point||1490 m|
|Lowest point||1461 m|
140 Alpine Emergencies Austria-wide
144 Alpine Emergencies Vorarlberg
112 Euo emergency call (works with any mobile phone/network)
At the foot of the Omeshorn there is the Gasthof Omesberg - the name of the district where the cross-country ski run starts. Directly in front of the mentioned restaurant, the cross-country ski trail begins towards Zug. Follow the perfectly groomed cross-country ski trail straight ahead along the banks of the Lech river to Zug. Here you can either turn around and walk back to Lech, or follow the trail towards Gasthof Älpele.
Take the train to Langen am Arlberg or St. Anton am Arlberg station. From there, buses (no. 91 +92) run at regular intervals to Lech Zürs am Arlberg.
From Germany: Take the A 96 to Bregenz from there on the A14 to Bludenz, continue on the S16 to the Lech Zürs am Arlberg exit. Follow the B197 to Alpe Rauz, turn left here onto the B198. Through the Flexengalerie and over the Flexenpass you reach Lech Zürs am Arlberg.
From Switzerland: Via the A13 and the Feldkirch, Hohenems or Lustenau border crossing onto the A14 as far as Bludenz. Continue on the S16 to the Lech Zürs am Arlberg exit. Follow the B197 to Alpe Rauz, turn left here onto the B198. Through the Flexengalerie and over the Flexenpass you reach Lech Zürs am Arlberg.
From Austria: Take the Inntal motorway A12 and then the S16 to the St. Anton am Arlberg exit (Arlbergpass). Follow the B197 first through St. Anton, then through St. Christoph and over the Arlberg Pass to Alpe Rauz. Turn right here onto the B198. Through the Flexengalerie and over the Flexenpass you reach Lech Zürs am Arlberg.
You can park your car either directly with your host or in the underground car park Anger. The underground car park is located directly in the town centre opposite the Raiffeisenbank Lech.
Cross-country skiing equipment, cap, gloves, sunglasses, sunscreen