About the Resort
A truly world-class location in the heart of the Austrian Alps, the St Anton piste map is renowned for its superb slopes as much as its breathtaking and traditional Tyrolean scenery. With something for everyone, St Anton’s bustling après ski is a great choice. Let’s Talk Skiing in St Anton The St
The St Anton piste map is split into two main ski areas, with three more areas that you can reach by bus; all covered by your St Anton lift pass for Ski Arlberg. Read More…
A great benefit of choosing St Anton is its extensive list of places to stay. St Anton ski accommodation has something for all budgets. Read More…
For St Anton weather-wise, it sees on average 3.7 snow days per week. With an average of 36cm of snowfall per week, you’ll find the best month to enjoy the ski slopes of St Anton is January Read More…
So many people rate St Anton as their number one choice of ski resort, and it’s not hard to see why. Originally seen as the ‘cradle of skiing’, the Arlberg was the location of the first ski club and ski school. Read More…
Visitors to St Anton will love the excitement on the slopes, however the resort offers much more off the slopes too. The pretty pedestrian centre of St Anton is filled with ski and board shops to explore, with lots of bars, cafes and restaurants to enjoy. Read More…
+ Fantastic off piste ski routes
+ Vast linked area with Lech and Zurs
+ Top Apres ski destination
+A great selection of accommodation
Things to think about
– Overcrowding is a problem
– Not the best choice for beginners
– Although the lift system has improved there can be queues in some areas
– The lower slopes can suffer from poor snow quality on sunny days
-Prices are Ski Arlberg Pass providing access to 305km of pistes.
-Child prices 2007-2014.
-Children born 2015 or later are only €10 a day/season.
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