Winter in St. Anton am Arlberg

  • St. Anton am Arlberg is famous as "the birthplace of alpine skiing". So the offer in St. Anton am Arlberg for winter fans is one of the world's largest and most famous ...

  • skiing

  •  Arlberg has always been famous for its beauty, reliable snow extending right down to the villages and the excellent condition of its slopes. A total of  85 of state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts offer the highest standard of safety and comfort. Another pioneering feature is the ARLBERG-CARD, a reusable high-tech ski pass which automatically opens the ski-lift entrances.

    440 km of descents, superbly prepared slopes for all ability levels, challenging steep slopes and deep-snow ski runs, snowboard fun parks, carving areas, permanent racing circuits and numerous cosy meeting places ensure variety and enjoyment. 
  • Crosscountry

  • St. Anton am Arlberg is now also considered a destination for cross-country skiers. Tyrol awarded the 40-kilometre-long network of trails the quality seal for cross-country skiing. > More...

  • Tobogganing

  • 4 km lighted sled run from Gampen to Nasserein to the Rodelstall. The 2.5 mile (4 km) run begins on the Gampen and goes down to the valley. The course takes about 15 minutes to complete and has a vertical elevation of 1,670 feet (500 metres). Use of the toboggan run is free. Toboggans can be hired.

    Some more toboggan runs are in Pettneu (1.5 km), in Schnann (200 m), in Flirsch (1 km) and in Strengen (1 km). Information for the mentioned toboggan runs in Pettneu, Schnann, Flirsch and Strengen: call +43 (0) 5448 8221 or +43 (0) 5447 5564 
  • More Activities

  • How about a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride in the snowy Verwall Valley? Enjoy the winter magic, find peace of mind and simply feel good. Pure unadulterated nature! 

    Float through the skies of St. Anton! Discover gigantic massifs and enjoy the splendid view of the wonderful Arlberg region. 

    As well as classic indoor sports activities, arl.rock offers a combination of climbing opportunities, unique in Austria. On a climbing area of almost 1,000 square metres indoor and outdoor, “arl.rock” brings together everything for boulder-, lead-, fixed-rope and ice-climbing as well as the new climbing trend of dry-tooling.

    Outside, sport climbers as well as climbing enthusiasts have additional scope with separate climbing routes and their own 17-metre-high abseil station.