Your journey to Lech-Zug
Located in Vorarlberg, Austria’s westernmost province, Zug belongs to the parish of Lech am Arlberg. In summer cars can reach Lech-Zug from both sides of the mountains, but in winter Gasthof Alphorn can be accessed from one direction only. Lech can also be easily reached by train and other means of public transport.
Travelling by car in WINTER:
Travelling from Germany/Switzerland via Lindau/Bregenz (Germany) or via Liechtenstein/Feldkirch (Switzerland), take the A14 motorway towards Arlberg/Innsbruck. At Bludenz continue on the S16 towards the Arlberg. Take the Langen exit signposted Lech-Zürs or “Arlbergpassstraße” BEFORE the Arlberg tunnel, and then continue via Langen - Stuben – Flexen pass - Zürs - Lech - Zug.
Please note that in winter weather conditions can be hazardous and you can expect snow on the road! Sometimes the use of snow chains is mandatory. In Austria winter tyres are a legal requirement between November and April. All Austrian motorways and expressways are toll roads and a windscreen sticker must be displayed. Up-to-date details of motorway stickers and toll prices can be found here.
Travelling by car in SUMMER:
In addition to the route over the Flexen pass, Lech-Zug has additional access in summer from the Lech valley/Bregenzerwald and the Hochtannberg pass. Guests choosing to travel via this route can avoid the use of Austrian toll roads.
Travelling in winter
Depending on prevailing conditions, please note that the use of snow chains may be necessary. For further information about road conditions please click here.
Relevant links for your journey:
- Train timetables (Arrivals)
Langen is the nearest station
- Airport shuttle service
- Der Lecher taxi
- Prevailing road conditions
The nearest airports