Considered to be one of the top three resorts in Europe for serious skiers, the varied terrain of St Anton should definitely be on every expert and adventurous intermediate skier/boarder’s list. The Arlberg region offers 88 of state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts to access more than 305 kilometres of marked runs and 200 kilometres of off piste terrain, St Anton caters for all standards of skiers and boarders with the slopes of St Anton for the more adventurous. The village is traditionally Austrian, with plenty of wooden chalets, shops and bars along the pedestrian zoned Main Street. St Anton is renowned for its piste side bars and legendary après-ski. Located on the main Zurich-Vienna train line, Sankt Anton Bahnhof makes this resort very easy to access.
Gateway City Zurich 190km / Munich 188km / Innsbruck 100km
Why St Anton
- Ideal for the adventurous intermediate and expert skiers and snowboarders, with more than 340km of marked runs and 200km of off piste terrain
- Traditional Tyrolean pedestrian village known for the legendary après ski with the Mooserwirt awarded as one of the best après ski bars in the world.
- Ladies First Feel Good Weeks in January, a great event for the female snow enthusiast: skiing in the morning, relaxing in the afternoon and entertaining evening with wonderful food and fun.
St Anton – Arlberg Region Mountain Statistics
Hotel Arlberg, Hotel Fahrner