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Resort height: 1304m, 4278ft
No. of slopes: 134
No. of lifts: 88

St Anton am Arlberg (commonly known as St Anton) is rated among the top five resorts in the Alps and has always been famous for its beauty, reliable snow extending right down to the villages, and the fantastic condition of its slopes. It is the biggest connected ski area in Austria and is one of the snowiest areas in Europe. With 305km of marked ski runs all brilliantly prepared for all ability levels, 200km of off-piste, challenging slopes and deep-snow ski runs, snowboard fun parks, carving areas and permanent racing circuits, there is plenty to offer all levels of skier and snowboarder.

Other activities on offer in St Anton include; Curling, Ice Skating, horse drawn sleigh rides, a sports centre with indoor and outdoor climbing, tobogganing, snow biking, snow-shoeing and much more.


Travel info

Innsbruck Airport: 1 hour 15 minutes

Friedrichshafen Airport: 1 hour 30 minutes

Zurich Airport: 2 hours


Ski Pass info

Prices from:

Adult Teenager/Senior Child
1 day 54.50 Euros 49.50 Euros 32.50 Euros
6 day 289 Euros 249 Euros 172 Euros

Food/Restaurants info

Food lovers with deep pockets are very well served in St Anton where a good choice of top restaurants serve excellent food based on local produce, both on and off the mountain.  There are also some excellent places for families and those on a budget, so everyone is well catered for. 


Drinks/Bars info

St Anton has long been known for having a fantastic après ski scene and has a great reputation for its piste-side nightlife.  You can expect every genre of music possible with enough DJ’s and live music to keep even the hardcore party-goers dancing until the sun comes up.


Summer info

Summer in St Anton is even lovelier in the summer with its lush countryside, beautiful mountains and friendly and welcoming locals. It is a special experience for young and old, families or singles and there are many different activities to enjoy, from hiking and mountain biking to climbing and playing golf so whatever you fancy doing, St Anton is well worth a visit.


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