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St. Anton am Arlberg

1.304 - 2.811m
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St. Anton am Arlberg

1.304 - 2.811m

St Anton am Arlberg is a holiday region with a worldwide reputation, and rightfully so. A superlative winter sports area with excellent guest services, a Ferris wheel cable car, the Arlberg WellCom wellness centre, the finest gourmet cuisine, an excellent walking area, the multi-functional sports centre arl.rock and numerous events that all contribute towards an unforgettable vacation – winter as well as summer.

The Tyrolean mountain village, with its 2415 inhabitants, together with the neighboring villages of Pettneu am Arlberg, Flirsch and Strengen, fulfils the highest demands and yet still retains much of its originality and traditional charm. Holidaymakers in St Anton am Arlberg treasure the alpine cosiness at 1300 metres altitude as much as the hospitality and international orientation. A mountain village, traditional and modern at the same time, with the scenery of a gigantic summit world and the amenities of a worldly holiday resort.

Winter – home of alpine skiing
St. Anton, together with St. Christoph, Stuben, Lech, Zürs, Warth and Schröcken form Austria’s largest inter-linked ski area. Ski Arlberg consists of 305 kilometres of marked slopes, 200 kilometres of freeride terrain and 88 lifts and cable cars between Tyrol and Vorarlberg. St. Anton am Arlberg thus offers unparalleled conditions for a deluxe winter sports holiday. Those wanting to find out which slope offers the perfect conditions should avail themselves of the services of the local guides. Not only alpine skiers appreciate all that St. Anton am Arlberg has to offer, cross country skiers are lured by a trail network of approximately 43 kilometres. Toboggan runs in St Anton am Arlberg, Pettneu, Schnann, Flirsch, as well as ice rinks for skating and curling, provide for sporting alternatives. The multi-functional sports centre arl.rock makes numerous indoor activities and diverse kinds of indoor ball games possible, as well as climbing and bouldering, including a Via Ferrata climbing route leading to the roof. The affiliated arl.park trampoline hall with a total surface area of 1,000 square metres completes the offer. From morning until evening the Arlberg WellCom in St Anton am Arlberg as well as the Wellnesspark Arlberg Stanzertal in Pettneu invite you to enjoy relaxing hours in their lavishly arranged wellness areas. What makes a holiday in St Anton am Arlberg so special is, not least the unique combination of almost boundless skiing pleasure, together with a variety of gastronomic choices, from Tyrolean delicacies up to the distinguished international top cuisine.

The Summer – mountain delights with cult status
The cradle of alpine skiing is also inspiring in summer. Walkers, mountain and rock climbers will find a large selection of routes, from easily accessible up to high-alpine. 300 kilometres of marked walking paths, awarded with the Tirol Walking Stamp of Quality, offer fresh possibilities every day to experience the wide-ranging mountain world of the Arlberg. Mountain bikers have over 350 kilometres of tracks and numerous tour variants. Moreover, the sloping nine-hole golf course in the Nasserein district is a challenge for even experienced golfers. Families can embark on adventure walks, which appeal to all the senses. The extended WunderWanderWeg - Wonder Walking Trail leads from Lake Maiensee (above St. Christoph) to the Senn Hut and introduces walkers to alpine nature. Guests can relax at the leisure and wellness areas of Arlberg WellCom or the Wellnesspark Arlberg Stanzertal in Pettneu. Those who would like to clamber happily amongst the trees will find the perfect location in the high and low wire garden in Verwall. Verwalltal Valley is also home to interactive stations where visitors can playfully immerse themselves in the myths and legends of the Tyrolean region, while the 35-metre long steel cable suspension bridge at the waterfall promises an extra adrenalin kick. The Wagner Hut in the Verwall Valley is a welcoming meeting place for locals and visitors alike. If the weather is not suitable for outdoor antics, guests can explore arl.rock sports centre, with its arl.park trampoline hall. Numerous events from mid-June to mid-September provide holidaymakers with the opportunity to become acquainted with local tradition and customs, for example with village, music and alpine festivals as well as holy mass on the mountain and the “Almabtrieb” cattle drive. Events such as the ARLBERG Giro, an International Film Festival and the Mountain Yoga Festival round off the summer programme. Guests can take advantage of the St. Anton Summer Card, a special ticket for free and discounted leisure activities, from as little as one overnight stay in the holiday region.

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Kontakt St. Anton am Arlberg

Tourismusverband St. Anton am Arlberg
Dorfstraße 8, A-6580 St. Anton am Arlberg

Telefon
+43 (0)5446 2269
FAX
+43 (0)5446 2532
Homepage
http://www.stantonamarlberg.com
E-Mail
info@stantonamarlberg.com

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