The stunning mountains

The town of St. Anton is nestled at 1,300m and has lifts ascending to an altitude of 2,800m.

It is part of the world renowned Arlberg ski area which provides 340km of amazingly varied pistes , offering superbly well prepared slopes that will suit all ability levels. The skiing offers challenging deep-snow runs, many patrolled off-piste itineraries, and some of the best off-piste skiing in the world.

If you have always dreamt of going Heliskiing, the Arlberg region is the only region in Austria where heli-skiing is available. We can book a spectacular day starting in Lech , where you can experience two summits – Mehlsack peak is for experienced skiers who are ready for adventure, whilst the Schneetali- Orgelscharte is perfect for intermediate skiers. Fresh powder in the winter or ‘firn’ snow in the spring, this is an experience you will never forget .

We can recommend the perfect Ski School to suit the needs of your group. Choose from the traditional group lessons for children and adults, or maybe you would like to book a private lesson or guide who will take you to some hidden gems on the mountain. The stunning off piste in the Arlberg is world class and you may want to book an off- piste guided session.

The quaint village

The village of St Anton has kept its Tyrolean charm, with picturesque scenery that is hard to beat. There are a huge selection of restaurants and bars in the village, centering along the traffic free main street. Choose from a fine dining restaurant, a traditional Tyrolean stube, or a simple classic pizzeria.

Famous for its Aprés

The lively bars and clubs are world renowned . Picadilly, Horny B’s and Murmel all offer differnet types of music experience, and stay open until the small hours .

Lots of winter activities

For the guests who do not ski, or just fancy a day off from the slopes, there are lots of activities available in St Anton. The indoor sports hall arl.rock features a trampoline park, climbing wall, bowling alley, indoor tennis and indoor and outdoor climbing routes.

Snow shooing & cross country skiing will suit those of you who prefer a more gentle activity, whilst paragliding will satisfy the most ardent adventurer in your group .