St. Anton am Arlberg
That’s a name that every winter sports enthusiast associates with unique winter experiences and adventures.
The ski resort at a glance
St. Anton – St. Christoph – Stuben
The charming ski resort is considered to be the epicentre of winter sports by many. And along the border of the federal states of Tyrol and Vorarlberg, ambitious skiers and snowboarders find excellent conditions for having a wonderful time in the snow.
The stunning mountain world around the winter sports resort of St. Anton with its rich history enjoys worldwide popularity.
Where skiers’ hearts beat faster
Excellent snow conditions and state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts have passionate skiers from around the globe visit the Arlberg every winter. They all enjoy the comfort of taking the Galzigbahn cable car directly from the village up into the heart of the ski resort – and then the Vallugabahn cable car to the peak of the same name at 2,811 metres. After all, you can take the longest slope in the ski resort – nine kilometres and 1,350 metres of elevation loss – right from the Valluga ridge down to St. Anton (via Ulmerhütte).
Did you know? Young winter sports fans can look forward to ideal conditions for perfecting their first turns on skis, too. For instance, on the Hopplweg, which leads from Gampen into the valley – and past many lifesize animal statues.
A winter paradise for snowboarders
The world-famous St. Anton – St. Christoph – Stuben ski resort cannot only be explored on two boards – but on one board as well! It is not without reason that the Arlberg is known for being a snowboarders’ paradise with diverse downhill runs and numerous freeride options. Powder-snow adventures or action at the funpark: Passionate snowboarders definitely get their money's worth in St. Anton am Arlberg.
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The place to be for freestylers
Easy to reach and full of surprises: stanton park for freestyle skiers and snowboarders was voted 3rd in the ranking of the 50 best snowparks in Europe – and rightly so! The expansive area at Rendl mountain station offers three sections with the right terrain for everyone, from rookies to pros.
Boxes, kickers or rails: On the Proline, the Kickerline and the Jibline, freestylers are guaranteed to find their favourite obstacles.