Skittles & bowling
At the Arlberg, skittles and bowling do not only make for an ideal bad weather program, but also have a long-standing tradition as popular leisure sports.
But how do these two activities actually differ from each other? While both are played on a 28.5 metres long lane, skittles and bowling vary in regards to the number of pins, their respective positioning and the ball. In bowling, the goal is to knock over ten identical pins, arranged in a triangular shape at the far end of the lane, using a bowling ball with three finger holes.
Many pubs and hotels still offer the opportunity to play a round of skittles. Additionally, there are plenty of other official skittles and bowling facilities at the Arlberg.
Skittle alley in St. Anton am Arlberg
Enjoy this fun and sporting activity in St. Anton am Arlberg. The arl-rock offers 4 modern skittle alleys including an attached bar and lounge area.
6580 St. Anton am Arlberg
Tel: +43 5446 30324
Bowling alley in Lech am Arlberg
Regardless of the weather, the fun just never stops! The sport.park.lech is furnished with 4 state-of-the-art Bowling lanes. The facility surprises with special effects and sounds such as “Moonlight” or “Glow in the Dark”.
6764 Lech am Arlberg
Tel: +43 5583 41850
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