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St. Anton, Austria

Alt 1,270 and 2,811 m.

St. Anton am Arlberg is an Austrian village in the Tyrolean Alps, known as a gateway to the Arlberg ski region and is often called the “cradle of alpine skiing” for its role in inventing the sport.

The holiday region St. Anton am Arlberg offers a wide selection of top cuisines at a high level.

Numerous sun terraces and “Gaststuben” round off the unique view of the mountain panorama, with delicacies from around the world and fine dishes from the regional cuisine.

A plethora of Après ski options, dancing on tables, live music, everything goes.

Everything from local shops to fashion brands and high end luxury boutiques.

St. Anton am Arlberg is only a few minutes by car from the S16 highway, which allows the airports in Zurich and Munich to be reached in less than 3 hours.

You can also getting in St. Anton by airplane, train etc: more info here.

Guaranteed snow and excellent piste conditions are reliable hallmarks of Austria’s largest inter-connected ski area. Ski Arlberg, which comprises the villages of St. Anton am Arlberg, St. Christoph, Stuben, Lech, Zürs, Warth and Schröcken, consists of more than 300 km of marked slopes and 200 km of off-piste trails.  The 87 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts offer the highest standards of safety, comfort, and efficiency. The region is also a founding member of ‘Best of the Alps’, the quality association of the 13 most renowned alpine destinations.

A total of 87 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts and more than 300 kilometres of marked ski runs, superbly prepared slopes for all ability levels, 200 km of off-piste terrain. St Anton provides everything from challenging steep slopes and powder-snow ski runs to snowboard fun parks, carving areas, and race circuits.

Find the interactive ski map here

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