St. Anton Holidays

Superb scenery and walks in the famous Alberg Region

A fantastic resort for keen walkers wanting to explore the vast high alpine trails and peaks of the scenic Arlberg region, this famous Tyrolean village enjoys an unhurried atmosphere in summer, and is surrounded by beautiful and dramatic scenery. Walks vary from pretty forested valley trails starting in the village, up to spectacular high ridge walks with panoramic views of the surrounding peaks and glaciers, accessed by cable-car. The pedestrianised village centre has a handful of shops and cafes, a superb public spa, and holds various events and festivals throughout the summer. It also has its own train station and is well placed for excursions to Innsbruck and Switzerland.

Your summer holiday in St. Anton this year will include the St. Anton resort card which is free for all Inghams guests and included free use of the lifts (for 1 day) and buses. St Anton Resort Card is available from approx end June to mid September.

  • from£490pp
  • 75 rooms
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The comfortable Arlberg is deservedly popular with Inghams guests who have been well looked after by the charming Ennemoser family for many years.

  • from£639pp
  • 60 rooms
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One of St. Anton's best known hotels is centrally located in the pedestrianised village centre and has long been a favourite with Inghams guests.

  • from£649pp
  • 58 rooms
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Historic and charming, the superior Alte Post is full of rustic Tyrolean tradition and is ideally located in the pedestrianised centre of the village.

  • from£499pp
  • 56 rooms
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Family-run and in an ideal location for access to the lift systems and abundant hiking trails, this 17th century hotel has been extensively added to over the years and includes a recent refurbishment to the leisure area.

Useful Information
Information about St. Anton
Resort Code ATAN
Languages spoken German/English
Time difference GMT+1
Currency EUR
Latitude 47.127529
Longitude 10.264040
Travel and Transportation

Summer 2022

Flying from/to: Innsbruck
Birmingham Saturday
Gatwick Saturday/Wednesday

Innsbruck transfer approx. 1hr 45min by coach.

Self drive is available.

Car hire available: No

Evening resort bus service: No

Local bus services:

Parking available: No

Resort Ski bus available: No

Resort Combination

Resort Combinations

Two Centres | Combine your stay in St. Anton with 3, 4 or 7 nights in another resort in Austria.

Things To Do

Things to do in St. Anton

  • Variety of shops & cafes
  • 270km marked walking trails
  • Nordic walking
  • 200km mountain bike trails
  • Village spa with indoor/outdoor pool and lido
  • 6 hole golf course
  • Ski museum
  • Train station for excursions to Innsbruck (1½ hrs)
  • Indoor tennis & squash
  • Indoor climbing centre and lessons
  • Ten-pin bowling
  • Weekly Tyrolean evening with yodelling, cow bells & dancing
  • Weekly brass band concerts and procession
  • Full programme of events at Tourist Office including archery, mountain bike tours, Nordic walking tours (pay locally)

St. Anton, Austria has plenty of shops and cafes, and is ideally positioned for walking and relaxing in, with a central leisure spa, and dozens of well-marked paths. The walks vary in degrees of difficulty from rambles to high peaks. The scenic Verwall valley with its turquoise lake and pine forest can be reached on foot and the Valluga peak at 2,811m is accessible by cable-car, providing an unforgettable panoramic view of peaks and glaciers. Interesting excursions and varied entertainment are available through our representative, and there are events and festivals in the village throughout the summer.

St. Anton Resort Card - Free to all guests

From approx end June to mid September all guests receive the St Anton Resort Card. Available from your hotel, it gives you:

  • Free use of all cable cars for 1 day
  • Free use of local buses (walkers bus, resort bus, routes to Verwall and Landeck)
  • Free entrance to two leisure centres
  • Free taster guided walk, cycling tour or archery class
  • Free children’s activity programme including torchlit walk


Lift and cable-car approx. opening times

The opening dates of summer lifts vary in resort. Please find the latest update for the summer:

Rendlbahn – only open Wednesdays & Thursdays from approx 19 June - 05 September

Gampenbahn and Kapallbahn – Open daily except Wednesdays & Thursdays from approx 21 June - 08 September

Galzigbahn and Vallugabahn I & II – Open daily from approx 03 July - 01 September and from 04-22 September.




September (approx 15-30) is when the villages in the Tyrol celebrate the annual ‘Almabtrieb’. The festival celebrates the end of the summer when the cows are led down the mountain to their stables for the winter. Cowbells echo through the valley as hundreds of cows pass by, all highly decorated in traditional costume. You’ll be welcome to join in the festivities!


Attracting keen walkers from all over the world, there are 270km of marked walking paths in the St. Anton area, ranging from easy valley walks to more strenuous climbs and high altitude tours accessed by cable-car.

Getting around | The excellent network of chairlifts, gondolas and buses across the area mean walks can be easily shortened to suit different abilities. Paths are well signposted and the FREE resort bus will take you to and from most start and finish points. The forested valley trails of the Verwall Valley and the Moostal can be reach on foot from the village, and the gondola and cable-car network will take you up to the start of many ridge or valley walks that end back down in the village. St. Anton’s highest peak, the Valluga, is accessed by an impressive cable-car ride which provides incredible unspoilt views over the entire Arlberg region, and often still has snow in high summer.

Popular walks include:

Mühltobelweg | 3 hrs | Easy |
Leaving the centre of St Anton and passing the Arlberg museum, follow a small gorge up towards the Sennhütte where you can enjoy a refreshment and enjoy the gardens which have a variety of different herbs and flowers that are used for cooking and medicines in the region. You could also explore the WunderWanderWeg which is an interactive walking trail.

Verwall Valley | 4 hrs | 1,295 - 1,676m | Moderate |
This beautiful walk starts with the Rosanna gorge, opening up into the forested Verwall valley with its turquoise river and plentiful wildlife. Continue to the historic Sennhütte for a traditional lunch.

Valluga | 5-6 hrs | 1,300 - 2,811m | Slightly Challenging |
Take the Galzig gondola from the village centre then continue with the awe inspiring Valluga cable-car to St. Anton’s highest peak at 2,811m. Walk the ridge for spectacular views alongside mountain ibex, and walk or take the cable-car back down to the middle station, stopping for lunch at the Ulmer Hutte (Jul & Aug). Here you join the final section of the famous ‘Eagles Way’ route and follow trails through grazing pastures through the ‘Steissbachtal’ back down to the village.

Tourist Office Guided Walks

St. Anton tourist office runs a full programme of daily guided walks and Nordic Walking (small local charge).

Good to know

  • Free resort card entitles you to free use of operating buses, one day use of operating lifts, entrance to leisure centres, taster walks, cycling, archery and an activity programme for children 
  • Senn's WunderWanderWeg is a unique adventure trail with a mountain hut serving delicious food 
  • Verwall Lake is short bus ride from St. Anton, offering wonderful views and a scenic walk back through Verwall forest. The impressive suspension bridge by the dam is not to be missed. 
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