Infopoint Lange Zug
A look behind the scenes
Ski Route Der Lange Zug
At Rüfikopf in Lech, the Lange Zug offers skiers a special challenge that will not forgive any skiing mistakes!
The Lange Zug is an extreme ski route with a total length of 4.7 km, which is prepared daily and has a maximum gradient of 80% in the steepest part.
From Lech, the Rüfikopf lifts take winter sports enthusiasts to the starting point of the legendary descent. The access to the Langen Zug starts at the panorama restaurant Rüfikopf via the ski route 181. From there the ski route 215 branches off towards the Schafalp lift, which leads skiers to the entry point of the steep channel in the Langen Zug.
With a maximum gradient of 80%, the upper part of the channel has a length of 391 m and a height difference of 199 m, with an average gradient of spectacular 78%. After successfully mastering the steep descent, you reach the Schlosskopf lift at the end of the ski route, which takes you back to the Lech ski area. At the end of the ski day, the skis can also be unbuckled directly from the parked car at the Schlosskopf day car park.