Arlberg and Montafon
To the west of Stuben is the village of Klösterle (1,069m/3,508ft), which has grown up around a hospice founded in the 13th C.Klösterle may be reached from the road to Bludenz once you have crossed the Arlberg Pass.
Lech am Arlberg, Austria
Lech am Arlberg (1,450m/4,760ft), chief place of the Tannberg area, lies on the north side of the Arlberg in an open stretch of valley at the confluence of the Lech and the Zürser Bach.
The Lech am Arlberg parish church with its massive tower dates from the 14th-15th C. and was enlarged in Baroque style in the 18th C.; it has some fine stucco work.
Lech and Zürs - Skiing
Lech and Zürs are the most expensive of the well-known Arlberg ski resort towns but tucked away at the end of a valley which is a dead end during the winter months means the two areas have less crowded slopes and shorter lift lines. With Lech and Zürs at 1,450 meters and 1,720 meters above sea level, the altitude means that the two tend to get more powder and have a longer ski season than other resorts. The marked trails are fine for beginners and intermediates, while experts like the area for some of the best off-piste runs in the Alps. Both resorts have excellent accommodation and cuisine and draw Europe's upper crust.
Lech - Skiing Museum
The skiing museum in Lech am Arlberg is of interest to sports enthusiasts.