Mighty St Anton is one of the best high-alpine ski resorts in the world and has the reputation of being best suited to strong skiers and boarders. But that certainly shouldn’t put less confident skiers off – there’s plenty for them too. However, it can’t be denied that St. Anton is renowned for its challenging skiing, which goes hand-in-hand with spectacular scenery and lively après-ski. The long, exhilarating descents from the Valluga, scenic valley runs and world-class off-piste skiing attract keen skiers year after year who relish the bragging rights back home. Also included in the Arlberg lift pass are the exclusive resorts of Lech, Zürs, Stuben and St. Christoph. The attractive pedestrianised village centre gives easy access to the main lifts and St. Anton’s infamous après-ski starts on the slopes at bars such as the ‘Mooserwirt’ and the ‘Krazy Kanguruh’, and continues into the small hours down in the village.
With the Flexenbahn linking all resorts in the Arlberg ski area - St. Anton, St. Christoph, Stuben, Zürs, Lech, Oberlech, as well as Ströcken and Warth now all is easily and comfortably accessible on skis without the need of a bus making this ski area the largest interconnected ski area in Austria. An efficient ski bus timetable is still in place to connects all ski areas.
5 snow parks (St Anton, Lech & Warth)
Drag lifts 20, Chairlifts 46, Cablecars 0
Things to do in resort
- A full programme of après-ski events
- Specialist ski courses
- Public indoor/outdoor swimming pools with fitness complex, sauna etc.
- Sports centre with indoor & outdoor climbing, ice climbing, tennis, squash, volleyball and bowling
- Ice skating
- Horse-drawn sleigh rides
- Snow biking
- Ski museum
- Historic ski show
- Resort bus is free with lift pass
Location in resort
- Longitude: 10.274721
- Latitude: 47.135626
- Location Description:
- Location: 160m from the Nasserein gondola, ski hire shop and ski school meeting place. 10 minute walk (1km) from the centre of St. Anton.
For more information on travel and transport visit our St Anton page