St Anton am Arlberg Ski Resort
Welcome to the largest connected ski area in Austria, a big-league resort of spectacular beauty. Views here seem to go on forever. St Anton is enormously popular with visitors from all over the world for multiple reasons – its size, snow, atmosphere on and off the slopes and spirited apres ski nightlife – not to mention the fact that its ski pass the Arlberg Card covers not only St Anton but also the ski areas of St. Christoph, Stuben, Lech and Zurs, which are all connected by a lift and bus system. Combined they offer a network of 88 cable cars and ski lifts accessing 190 miles (305 km) of groomed slopes and another 120 miles (200 km) of off-piste runs waiting to be explored. There is no denying St Anton presents great value for money.
St Anton is easily accessible from major cities such as Munich and Zurich. Step off the plane, onto a train and within a few hours you’re gazing at the Arlberg. Here there is a plethora of lodging choices from apartments, large and small hotels and chalets to the kind of homely pensions found in ski resorts all over Europe. The centre is largely car free, while the town itself offers a blend of authentic traditional charm and modernity.
There is plenty of skiing here to suit the advanced and strong intermediate skier plus miles of marked on-piste runs catering for intermediates. A must is a ride up the Vallugabahn to the 9222 foot (2811 meter) Valluga, where at the very summit sits a viewing platform with 360 degree views of the European Alps stretching into 5 countries. The Arlberg’s lifting system is very efficient and it is easy to find places on the slopes to eat and drink when hunger pangs strike.
Almost as well-known as St Anton itself are its two lively apres ski venues the Krazy Kanguruh and the Mooserwirt. Located at the run out of the main slopes, they are impossible to miss, the sounds of afternoon revellers audible well before you reach them.
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St Anton Accommodation & Hotel Options
Accommodation, lifts, lessons and package deals will launch in 2019 for the 2019/20 season.
St Anton Statistics
|Skiable Terrain||200 km (124 mi)|
|Vertical||1541 m (5,055 ft)|
|Top Elevation||2811 m (9,222 ft)|
|Base Elevation||1270 m (4,166 ft)|
|Average Snowfall||7 m (276 in 23 ft)|
|Winter lifts Total||88|
|Longest Run||9 km (5.6 mi)|
How To Get To St Anton
Travelling To St Anton Via Air
Innsbruck (approx 100 km)
Memmingen (approx. 170 km)
Friedrichshafen (approx. 130 km)
Zürich (approx. 200 km)
München (approx. 250 km)
Salzburg (approx. 300 km)
Travelling To St Anton Via Train
St. Anton am Arlberg Railway Station is just a stone’s throw away from the village centre. Railjet-trains stop here as well as the Venice-Simplon Orient-Express.
Travelling To St Anton Car
In Austria a road tax sticker “Vignette” is obligatory in order to drive on motorways and on the S16.
It can be purchased at the border, at petrol stations and in many “Trafik”. There are 3 type of sticker: 10-Days, 2-Months, 1-Year. Some passes may be closed in winter. Passes normally open year round may close temporarily in the event of heavy snowfall. Sometime Snow chains are necessary and it is imperative that you have adequate snow equipment.
Over Salzburg – Kufstein – Innsbruck – Landeck – to St. Anton am Arlberg
or: over Munich – Fernpass – Landeck – to St. Anton am Arlberg
or: over Stuttgart – Bregenz – Feldkirch – Bludenz – Arlbergpass or Arlbergtunnel – to St. Anton am Arlberg
or: over Zürich – St. Gallen or Sargans, Feldkirch – Bludenz – Arlbergpass or Arlbergtunnel to St. Anton am Arlberg