St Anton Ski Resort Guide
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St Anton Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:350
- Terrain Parks:2
- X-Country:41 km
Professional skiing developed at St Anton in 1901 and the resort hosted the World Alpine Ski Championships in 2001. Trains travel to St Anton from Paris, via Zurich, to Vienna and 27 international trains stop daily. The Ski Arlberg pass is valid for St Anton plus Stuben am Arlberg, St. Christoph, Lech, Zürs, Warth, Schröcken, Sonnenkopf/Klösterle and Pettneu. Information provided here, regarding number of lifts, is for St Anton resort but the combined Ski Arlberg area has 340 kms of piste and 97 lifts (inc 13 cable cars, 50 chair lifts & 34 surface lifts). 59 % of the slopes are equipped with snowmaking machines and besides fun on the slopes St. Anton offers 41kms of cross-country trails. A free ski bus can be used to reach all the areas.
- Nearest Airport:Innsbruck
- Nearest Train Station:St Anton
- Tourist Office Phone:+43544622690
- Tourist Office Website:www.stantonamarlberg.com
- Slopeside accommodation:yes
Announcements & News from the St Anton ski resort manager
Events of 2015/16
STANTON SKI OPEN
Friday, 04th - Sunday, 06th December 2015
St. Anton am Arlberg begins the 2015/2016 winter season with music and great ski testing! Highlight: a live concert of the German band "Sportfreunde Stiller" with special guest "Kim Wilde"!
Skishow "Schneetreiben - The Snow Must Go On" with fire works
Wednesday, 30th December 2015
From 07th January 2015 every Wednesday at 9 pm - until mid-March
The Tourism Association, the Ski School Arlberg and the Arlberger Bergbahnen AG are launching a spectacular weekly demo show "Schneetreiben - The Snow Must Go On".
Toboggan night with live music
Tuesday and Thursday nights* - end-December to mid-March
A ride with the Nassereinbahn, "Hüttengaudi" with live music and delicious food in the new Gampen Restaurant are the perfect starters to get in the right mood for the fast run down the 4.3 km long and illuminated natural toboggan run.
*depending on weather and snow conditions
Candlelight Dinner in the Verwallstube
Thursday nights from January to March
A ride at night with the Galzigbahn, a lovely gourmet dinner, romantic candle light and beautiful live piano music turn this special evening into an unforgettable experience.
Morning get-together with live music
Sundays from December to April
Traditionally Austrians gather on Sundays after church to have a chat and a beer. We think there is no better place than the new Gampen Restaurant and its sunny terrace to do so. The atmosphere and the live music in the middle of the beautiful mountain scenery are just perfect!
Arlberg Kandahar Races 2016
Saturday, 09th + Sunday, 10th January 2016
The worlds best female ski racers come to St. Anton am Arlberg to compete in Downhill and Super-G.
47th International Galzig Cup
Sunday, 06th March 2016
The traditional skirace attracts every year ski-enthusiasts from near and far who make the most of the chance to battle locals as their own ski-instructor or renter. A challenging race and a fantastic dinner - the perfect combination!
Fridays - March and April
In springtime Rendl Beach is the place to relax in the sun. Even more relaxing on Friday afternoons when there's live music and tasty grilled chicken are served. To enjoy the sun and the atmosphere as long as possible the Rendlbahn is running on these days until 5 pm!
Der weisse Rausch
Saturday, 16th April 2016
Hundreds of people start together to face the challenge of the 9 km long run with 1350 m difference in altitude from the Valluga to St. Anton am Arlberg.
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Visitor Reviews of St Anton
Jamie Barrington from United Kingdom writes:
I have been to St Anton three times before and two of those are in April and even then the pistes are white. I went in February 2015 and I was lucky enough to experience the 4.3km sled run; it was great fun. The off-piste skiing was good too; great expanses of powder. On-piste was excellent with a wide variety of slopes. The new heated chairlift: Tanzböden and the fun slope at Galzig are great. We had a small dump when we were there and it made great skiing. The Rendl is great for photos and when the other mountains are limited with snow there is always snow over there. The lift staff are friendly and the village is beautiful with lots of places to get equipment and you can ski to the nearby villages on the same ski pass. St Anton is a great place to ski.