Looking for a new challenge? Try ‘Der Weisse Ring’ in Austria

‘Der Weisse Ring’ (The White Ring) is one of the Alps’ most legendary ski circuits, linking the Austrian villages of Lech, Zürs, Zug and Oberlech for over 60 years.

The White Ring is a half-day sporting challenge with around 22 km of ski runs and a massive 5500m of up and down.

A natural sightseeing tour

It’s a natural sightseeing tour around the mountains on easy and intermediate runs that includes incredible viewing points at Rüfikopf and Madloch.

If you’re on holiday in the Arlberg region of Austria, staying in or near Lech Zürs, you can enjoy six great slopes around the Omeshorn mountain linking the villages of Lech, Zürs, Zug and Oberlech.

Start from anywhere in Lech or Zurs

You can start the ski circuit at any time and from almost every ski run in Lech or Zürs.

Special columns serve to denote the four entry points along the White Ring ski circuit. The entry points are located at the Rüfikopfbahn (Lech), Seekopfbahn, Zürserseebahn (Zürs) and the Zugerbergbahn (Zug) cable cars.

Track your day on the free app

Skiers can use the free Ski Arlberg app to track your progress on the circuit. Plus anyone tracking via the app is automatically included in a prize draw to win two Weisse Ring belts designed.

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