Likelihood of triggering
Triggering is possible, even from low additional loads, particularly on the indicated steep slopes (steeper than about 30 degrees). In certain situations some large, and in isolated cases very large natural avalanches are possible.
Run of Fame.
Spectacular ski circuit.
For performance-oriented skiers, the Arlberg with the Run of Fame, one of the most spectacular ski circuits in the Alps awaits. Over 85km and 18,000 metres altitude, the circuit proceeds from Warth-Schröcken via Lech-Zürs to St. Anton and back.
In the tracks of ski pioneers and film and ski stars
With the new Flexenbahn, a spectacular ski circuit came about in the 2016/17: The ‘Run of Fame’ is dedicated to the ski stars of the Arlberg and takes skiing fun into a new dimension with 85 kilometres of ski runs and an unbelievable 18,000 metres altitude. The well signposted ski circuit takes winter sports fans from Warth-Schröcken, with the start point at Dorfbahn Warth, via the Arlberg to St. Anton and demonstrates the full extent of this completely connected ski area – from Warth in the north heading to the Saloberkopf to Lech Zürs and via the Flexenbahn to St. Anton/Rendl in the south and back again.
The average winter athlete needs a day to do the Run of Fame. The access point is available at almost every point in the ski area. Follow the Run of Fame symbols on the piste guide system. Please note: last run time of the Auenfeldjet until 2.2.2018 is 16:00 and from 3.2.2018 it is 16:15. After that time no return journey on skis is possible!