The weather conditions at the Arlberg massif
Your holiday weather above the roofs of Lech
The Goldener Berg is situated on 1.750 meters above sea level. Here you are closer to the sun as in other places. Get informed about the weather conditions for your holidays at the Arlberg massif.
The **** Superior Hotel Goldener Berg resides on the sunny side of the Arlberg. Your holiday address in Oberlech is also known as “sunny plateau”. Benefit from the excellent location and enjoy the sunny sides of life with a well chilled glass of champagne at the sun-terrace of The Goldener Berg.
Goldener Berg: The perfect location for all weather conditions
The weather: Rain, snow or sunshine – in The Goldener Berg you’ll find the right holiday pleasure for every condition. The Alpine Spa area awakes the power of the mountains inside yourself and you can relax in the soothing warmth of the wellness area, while the freezing cold is going on outside the panoramic windows or thick raindrops are sparkling against the glass. Schuss down the slope with sunny conditions, summit the mountains surrounding the Arlberg or simply indulge yourself with a good meal at the sun terrace. Let the Goldener Berg become your second home and experience holiday happiness, regardless of weather conditions. Find out, how the weather is going to be during your holidays here:
Weather forecast for (m)
|°C Night/Day||7 / 14||7 / 19||10 / 22||10 / 25||11 / 26|
|80 / 40||10 / 50||30 / 70||0 / 30||0 / 20|
|Zero degree border||3800m||4200m||4200m||4300m||4400m|
The cool and changeable air stream from the Atlantic will be replaced by a warm south-westerly air stream throughout the upcoming days. Next week promises a midsummer heat wave. Summer weather is forecast already for the weekend. There is a risk for heat thunderstorms arising in the daytime, however, the general risk for thunderstorms will be low or moderately high. The instability, however, will be high and the mugginess increasingly heavy. Besides, long sunny spells are frequently expected. The frost line will rise significantly above 4000 m.