Ski and feel free during your winter holiday in St. Anton

Hardly anywhere the snow falls more powdery, the slopes show more promising. The winter sports pioneers of the Arlberg once carried their enthusiasm for skiing out into the world. Today they share their love for the mountains with visitors from all over the world. Become a part of skiing in St. Anton am Arlberg.

Holidays on the Ski Arlberg

305 kilometres of slopes from sunny to super steep between St. Anton in Tyrol and Warth-Schröcken in Vorarlberg are waiting to be covered. After that you really deserve to stop for a break. You can easily reach the gondola lifts from the Apart Sailers in 5 minutes using the ski bus. It stops right in front of the complex, is free of charge and runs every 10 minutes during the day.

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A part of Winter in St. Anton




Take a break, chat, taste local delicacies and raise a toast to life. There are plenty of locations for you to pull up a seat and enjoy life in the valley and in the ski area. There is something for everyone, from quaint to fancy.




200 kilometres of marked deep-snow descents and numerous variants make the Arlberg a paradise for freeriders. You have to hurry a little in the morning, however, if there has been fresh snow overnight.





Cradle of skiing or not, enjoying a toboggan ride is simply part of winter here. From the Gampen mountain, you can rattle back down into the valley on a 4-kilometre-long natural toboggan run. The toboggan run is lit in the evening!



Events, Events,


Stanton Ski Open, advent magic in the Stanzer Valley, ski shows by the St. Anton Ski School, FIS World Cup, The White Thrill ... we celebrate on the Arlberg as glitteringly and exuberantly as the snowflakes fall.





You're WellCom! Private outdoor sauna and open-air bathtub are the wellness jokers at Sailers, but what about swimming? Sorry, no pool - that's what the Arlberg WellCom is for. A swimming pool with several heated pools, sunbathing lawn, slide and indoor relaxation area.



Ski Arlberg back

in time

Would you like to take a little trip back in time? You can surf deep into the history of winter sports on the Arlberg in the local museum and become acquainted with THE pioneers who once spread the reputation of the Arlberg all over the world.


Wintry impressions from the Arlberg


St. Christophbahn©TVB St. Anton am Arlberg_Patrick Bätz (10)

Alpine skiers: The Run of Fame covers 18,000 metres in altitude and 85 kilometres from St. Anton to Warth and back via Zürs and Lech.


Sessellift©TVB St. Anton am Arlberg_Patrick Bätz (12)

Freestylers: The Stanton Park at Rendl is rated among the best in Europe by experts.


Skischule© TVB S.t Anton am Arlberg_Christoph Schöch

Snow kids: Hoppl's Kinderland extends between the Galzigbahn and Nassereinbahn mountain railways.

More of winter

80 kilometres of winter hiking trails, into the picturesque Verwall Valley, for example, 40 kilometres of cross-country ski trails, a winter climbing route and numerous ski tours