Francesco about St. Anton am Arlberg


Date 4 August 2015

Amazing slopes and nighlife

My rating of St. Anton am Arlberg

Beginners Cross country Atmosphere
—Intermediate Snowboard/freestyle Après-ski/events
—Advanced Families & Children Winter hiking

Challenging slopes

Tips from Francesco on St. Anton am Arlberg

Amazing slopes, great nightlife and excellent accommodation. A bit pricey but worth it! We stayed here in February 2015. We are three male friends, experienced skiers, and it was great to finally find somewhere with some challenging slopes.

Average ratings about St. Anton am Arlberg

Beginners Cross country Atmosphere
—Intermediate Snowboard/freestyle Après-ski/events
—Advanced Families & Children Winter hiking
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Date 29 May 2019

From: William about St. Anton am Arlberg

Challenging terrain, expensive, après-ski overrated

Skied for a week with some friends, from intermediate to expert. Due to the enormous crowds on the valley runs, they start having bumps in the early afternoon. Lots of restaurants but many of them large and commercial. The Mooserwirt is a must-see but it's expensive and too big. In the village there are more options for dining out, but better reserve or everything will be full.


Date 7 January 2018

From: Becky about St. Anton am Arlberg

Skiing at its best!

St. Anton is beloved by many skiers, and the connections to pistes at Lech, Zürs and other neighbouring villages make this the perfect ski resort. The bus shuttles are very organized, slopes are well-groomed and there is a good variety of slopes and modern lifts. The one caveat is the extremely expensive prices for kids' ski lessons - more comparable to prices we will probably be seeing in 2020.


Date 5 December 2017

From: Sam Pronk about St. Anton am Arlberg

Great ski area for all abilities

Wonderful ski area, hardly any crowds


Date 6 June 2016

From: Miranda about St. Anton am Arlberg

Ski area with exceptional character

Good restaurants, great Apres-ski, Arlberg Wellness center ... St Anton has it all. But since the last 15 years, the atmosphere has become more and more luxurious with less Apres-ski bars. The new lifts Rendl and Galzig are amazing! For a little trip, a day trip (via Stuben) to Lech is a must. Beginners should stay in the valley if they have some guts, they can go anywhere in Arlberg. The only blue slope going back to the valley is often closed so then the only option is the black slope Kandahar.. no kidding there!


Date 30 March 2015

From: Clive & kids about St. Anton am Arlberg

Pretty resort, good shops, but very busy ...

St. Anton is a super ski resort. Lively pedestrian streets with the best sports shops in Austria. Ski area is particularly suitable for intermediate skiers, I would not recommend going with children and / or beginners. The area is very impressive, what beautiful mountain views. Major drawback (during school holidays): the crowds in the ski resort and the prices (expensive). price

Overview of the ski area Ski Arlberg


Ski lifts

Additional information

Blue slopes139 km Drag lifts34Start of the season29 November
Red slopes139 km Chair lifts48End of the season18 April
Black slopes50 km Gondola lifts16Glacier
Off-piste0 km Train0Min. altitude1000 m
Total328 km Capacity158811 Pers./HourMax. altitude2811 m
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