Together with St. Christoph, Stuben, Lech, Zürs, Warth and Schröcken, St. Anton am Arlberg is the largest connected ski area in Austria with more than 300 km of marked ski runs and 200 km of freeride terrain. But the ‘cradle of alpine skiing’ is just as exciting in summer. Hikers, mountain climbers and (e-) mountain bikers can explore a seemingly endless number of tours, and thanks to the wide range of expanding activities on offer in the midst of our unique alpine world, those seeking other relaxation, such as golfers and, above all, children, won’t be disappointed here..

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St. Anton am Arlberg

St. Anton am Arlberg is a charming village located in the western part of Austria, in the state of Tyrol. It is nestled in the heart of the Arlberg region, a renowned destination for winter sports enthusiasts. St. Anton is often referred to as the "cradle of alpine skiing" due to its significant contributions to the development and popularization of the sport.

The village is situated at an elevation of approximately 1,300 meters (4,265 feet) above sea level and offers breathtaking alpine scenery. St. Anton is surrounded by majestic peaks, including the Valluga and the Arlberg Pass, which reaches an altitude of 1,793 meters (5,883 feet).

St. Anton is internationally recognized as a world-class ski resort, attracting skiers and snowboarders from all over the globe. It boasts an extensive and diverse ski area with over 300 kilometers (186 miles) of slopes and 88 modern lifts, providing access to a variety of terrain suitable for all levels of expertise. The Arlberg region is particularly famous for its off-piste opportunities and deep powder snow, making it a favorite destination for freeriders.

Aside from skiing and snowboarding, St. Anton offers a wide range of winter activities, including cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice climbing, and tobogganing. The village itself exudes a traditional alpine charm with its picturesque chalet-style architecture, narrow streets, and cozy cafés. Visitors can explore the pedestrianized village center, browse through boutique shops, and enjoy the warm hospitality of the local Tyrolean population.

St. Anton also has a vibrant après-ski scene, with numerous bars and nightclubs where visitors can unwind and socialize after a day on the slopes. The village is renowned for its lively nightlife, and it hosts various events and parties throughout the winter season.

In addition to its winter activities, St. Anton am Arlberg is increasingly becoming a popular destination for summer tourism. The surrounding mountains offer excellent opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, climbing, and paragliding. Visitors can also explore the region's rich cultural heritage by visiting historical sites, museums, and traditional alpine farms.

Overall, St. Anton am Arlberg is a captivating destination that combines world-class skiing, stunning natural beauty, and a vibrant atmosphere, making it a sought-after location for winter sports enthusiasts and alpine adventurers alike.


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