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340km of pistes
1305m resort height
1 hour transfer time
Intermediates & experts great for
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St Anton ski weekends overview

Situated in the heart of the Arlberg, St Anton ski weekends fully deserve their reputation as world-class. You can expect a ski resort with spectacular scenery, state-of-the-art lift systems and incredibly vast terrain. Renowned for its après ski, a ski weekend in St Anton offers the perfect combination of skiing and entertainment.

As you may expect in an industry-leading resort, there is constant investment in St Anton. The Flexenbahn lift (completed for the 2016/17 season) links St Anton to Lech and Zürs, creating the largest linked ski region in Austria with a whopping 305km of pistes. But it’s not just what's on-slope that matters, because in the town of St Anton you'll find a range of fantastic public amenities such as the ARLBERG-well.com centre for all your spa needs. Here, you'll find heated pools, waterfalls, saunas, steam rooms, and massage options. There's also been a wave of recent hotel refurbishments and new restaurant openings, plus an impressive concert hall in St Christoph.

The pedestrianised village centre has a bustling, cosmopolitan atmosphere and retains much of the original wooden and stone farmhouse buildings. St Anton's distinctive 17th-century onion-domed church gives the resort a traditional Tyrolean charm. As you would expect, there is also a good selection of shops, restaurants, bars, cafes and accommodation – the resort feels much smaller than you might expect, nothing is too far away. 

St Anton is also easily accessible (it's just a one hour drive from Innsbruck) and train transfers are offered from Zurich or Innsbruck airports - a great option for short breaks.

Skiing in St Anton

Forming part of the Arlberg ski area, St Anton offers extensive skiing which links into the neighbouring resorts of Lech, Zürs and St Christoph, covering 305km of pistes and 111 lifts.

Ski weekends in St Anton are particularly suited to confident intermediates and experts due to the challenging runs and fantastic off-piste. Located close to the village are plenty of cruisy intermediate runs, whilst experts will be spoilt for choice with powdery bowls, steep descents, long runs and challenging mogul fields further afield. Off-piste possibilities are endless due to the great powder levels enjoyed in the Arlberg and the enormous diversity of terrain.

St Anton boasts an impressive snow record due to regular heavy snowfalls and superior average snow levels at the end of the season in April.

Après ski in St Anton

Après ski in St Anton has a reputation as one of the best in the Alps (if not the world), and once you have visited this resort it’s easy to see why. The party gets going in the afternoon, starting at one of the lively slope-side bars such as the Mooserwirt and Krazy Kanguruh before a fairly hectic run down to town. Basecamp is a nice spot to grab a pre-dinner snack at the bottom of the slopes.

After the evening meal, the celebrations continue throughout the resort until the early hours if you so wish, and thankfully everything is within easy walking distance. Alternatively, if you're looking for a more relaxing evening, there's something to suit all tastes with plenty of quiet hideaways, cosmopolitan cafes and sophisticated live music venues.

Looking for things to do? Take a look at our roundup of non-ski activities.

Want the low down on the best restaurants? Read through our guide to dining in St Anton. 

Planning your ski route? Discover our favourite ski runs in the Arlberg area.

Dreaming of après ski? Find out where to party in style

Best for...

  • Short transfer
  • Short breaks
  • Groups
  • Après
  • Foodies
Accommodation in St Anton

The majority of our St Anton ski weekend and short break accommodation is centrally based. This means that you can enjoy everything the pedestrianised village centre has to offer whilst still remaining close to the slopes. We offer catered chalets, traditional hotels and a new wave of design hotels that emerged at the beginning of a resort-wide luxury makeover. Ski in, ski out is a rarity in St Anton with just the Mooser Hotel assuming the mantle on the slopes above town.

St Anton doesn’t offer the cheapest short break around, but you'll certainly get your money’s worth – it wouldn’t be our most revisited resort if you didn’t.

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Chalet Amalien Haus
Chalet Amalien Haus

Nestled in a central location on the main street of St Anton, the Chalet Amalien Haus has all the shops, bars and restaurants on its doorstep.

Features:
  • Complimentary WiFi
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St Anton

A guide to ski weekends in St Anton

The resort
Resort height - 1,305m
Highest point - 2,650m

Ski areaArlberg ski area - 340km of piste

Slopes
St Anton is best for advanced and intermediate skiers. It was linked with Lech and Zurs for the 16/17 ski season, so ski buses are now a thing of the past.

Blue runs 42%
Red runs 42%
Black runs 16%

Lifts - 111

Season length - December to April

Resort ratings
Beginners - 1/5
Intermediates - 3/5
Experts - 5/5
Snowboarders - 4/5
Families - 4/5
Après - 5/5
Eating out - 4/5
Charm - 4/5
Scenery - 3/5

Activities
Cross-country skiing | snowshoeing | horse-drawn sleigh rides | indoor tennis or squash | tobogganing | ten-pin bowling | paragliding | ice skating | curling

Transfer times
Innsbruck - 1 hour
Zurich - 2 hours 15 minutes

Arlberg area lift pass
3 day lift pass from £152
6 day lift pass from £272

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