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St. Anton

  • A rocky mountain covered in snow under a blue sky
Advanced skiers - Aprés-Ski

Since the first skiers ventured onto the slopes, St. Anton has developed into an internationally renowned resort.

Advanced skiers - Aprés-Ski

Since the first skiers ventured onto the slopes, St. Anton has developed into an internationally renowned resort.

Village life centres around the handsome pedestrianised main street with a platter of restaurants. The après scene is as renowned as the skiing with thumping live slope-side music that continues into the early hours at the town’s bars and nightclubs. A more sedate side, however, can be found in activities like winter walking, snowshoeing and sleigh rides.

St. Anton is renowned for an exceptional après-ski scene with energetic slope-side live music, dancing and bars that continue into the early hours.

Skier skiing at sunset on top of a mountain
A pair of skiis sticking out of snow with mountains in the background
Skier skiing at sunset on top of a mountain
A pair of skiis sticking out of snow with mountains in the background

A group of skiers going downhill with snowy rocky mountains in the background
The skiing

The extensive slopes and varied terrain of the Arlberg holds the status as the largest linked ski area in Austria. With consistently high snowfall, St. Anton is a dream for expert skiers and competent intermediates with an array of steep runs and exceptional challenges off-piste. Interlinked St. Christoph offers more leisurely skiing on long, wide red and blue runs and lift access to the pistes of the Lech-Zürs-Warth-Schröcken area, where there’s fine scenic skiing and tremendous terrain for intermediates.

Ski resort essentials
  • 302
    KILOMETRES
ARLBERG SKI AREA
  • 1304
    METRES
ALTITUDE OF RESORTS
  • 2811
    METRES
HIGHEST SKI POINT
  • 43%
    BLUE
  • 40%
    RED
  • 17%
    BLACK
RUNS
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