Winter in St. Anton

A holiday in St. Anton am Arlberg also always means: exploring new paths.

The St. Anton am Arlberg region is one of the most snow-reliable winter sports regions in the Alps and, in addition to the gigantic summits, it offers all the amenities of an international holiday region characterised by warm hospitality and Tyrolean tradition as well as an international and cosmopolitan flair. 

Anyone travelling to the St. Anton am Arlberg region in winter is entering a snow and sports paradise that has not only enjoyed an international reputation since the Alpine World Ski Championships were held in 2001. High holiday standards, the ultimate winter sports resort, outstanding hospitality and service, a gondola with big wheel, special weeks such as the "Ladies First" feel-good weeks, the very finest gourmet cuisine, a new multifunctional sports centre and numerous events promise an unforgettable 2017/2018.

Where East meets West

St. Anton am Arlberg - Tyrol's world village.

Because of the international visitors from all parts of the globe, St. Anton am Arlberg is known as a world village. It offers international flair mixed with rural charm, which is present throughout your skiing holiday. At 1,300 metres above sea level, you are far away from the stress and routine of everyday life.

Succumb to unwinding in this special place and let yourself be carried by the relaxed ambiance - St. Anton am Arlberg's pedestrian zone is therefore also the place in town to go for a stroll.

Ski Arlberg - Austria's largest ski resort

Top 5 worldwide.

A turning point marked the Arlberg's history in the 2016/17 winter season. As the largest networked ski resort in Austria and one of the five largest in the world, "Ski-Arlberg" stands for a new dimension in skiing pleasure.

305 spectacular kilometres of downhill skiing offer winter sports enthusiasts almost endless opportunities to experience the legendary Arlberg in all its facets and to immerse themselves in a unique winter paradise: from St. Anton, St. Christoph, Stuben via Zürs and Lech to Schröcken and Warth, amidst the impressive peaks and in the beautiful valley, on and off the slopes. Welcome to the Arlberg!


Activities in the ski resort

The Arlberg is not only a ski resort. It has earned itself the status of a legend with all his pioneering achievements over the last century and beyond. The wealth of possibilities in St. Anton am Arlberg is also legendary.

Interactive ski map

305 spectacular kilometres of downhill skiing offer winter sports enthusiasts endless opportunities to experience the legendary Arlberg in all its facets and immerse themselves in a unique winter paradise.

Cable cars and ski runs

Nothing stands in the way of fantastic skiing fun with the best conditions. As you can rely on the winter up the Arlberg: the region is one of the most reliable for snow in Austria.

St. Anton am Arlberg

A winter sports paradise off the piste.

You will also find your winter sports destination off-piste up the Arlberg: the extensive offer includes tobogganing (sledging), curling, Figln (What on earth do the Tyroleans get up to?), snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and Nordic walking. Snowshoeing is particularly popular at the moment: exploring Tyrol's mountains on foot has almost something meditative about it - concentrating on the powerful images of nature and the rhythm of your heartbeat, these hikes are a wonderful kind of spiritual relaxation.

The Hotel Post also has the best possible location for cross-country skiers, because here you have direct access to 40 kilometres of perfectly prepared slopes and are doing something really good for your figure and your cardiovascular system thanks to this special sport.


Cross-country skiing

St. Anton am Arlberg is now also a meeting place for cross-country skiers. The province of Tyrol awarded the 40 kilometre long network with the cross-country skiing trail seal of quality.

Winter and snowshoe hiking

At medium altitudes there is a slight lack of oxygen which is by no means harmful or stressful for the body. Quite the opposite: the climate in the mountains is extremely good for you in many respects and "Alpine Wellness" is far more than just an advertising slogan.


Fun in the snow is not limited to skiing or snowboarding in St. Anton am Arlberg. In the middle of the winter sports area, the local mountain Gampen also attracts visitors with its four kilometre long natural toboggan run.