St. Anton am Arlberg – the promise that your holiday dreams will come true. In winter 340 km of pistes, 200 km of off-piste and 94 lifts wait to be explored. In summer this typical Tirolean village is surrounded by magnificent mountain peaks and green meadows with brightly-coloured flowers.
It has much to offer: hiking trails and mountain biking routes, guided floral walks, theme walks, a 6-hole golf course and the large ARLBERG-well.com-Center. Arl.rock the new multifunctional sports centre provides a large variety of sporting activities. The unique charm of St. Anton lies in its village traditions, e.g. local bands and dance groups and various Tirolean festivities.
- St. Anton am Arlberg Museum
Discover the history of St. Anton am Arlberg and the development of alpine skiing. A small mountain village became the venue of the 2001 Alpine Skiing World Championships. The newly renovated museum provides a multivisual presentation as well as audio guides. The museum restaurant pampers with home-made cakes or a deliciously prepared trout, which guests can even catch themselves.
- Vallugaspitze St. Anton, on the peak of mountain passion
Feelings of elation come to the surface here: At 2,811 metres, the Vallugaspitze is not only reserved for high-speed skiers or bold mountaineers. It can be reached in comfort by all friends of the mountains with the new Funitel Galzig cable car and two cabin cable cars. It is the departure point for wonderful hikes, and the view from on top is legendary! Equally lovely views - including of a culinary nature - are offered by the Valluga restaurant, the highest full-service restaurant in the Arlberg.
- Senn's WunderWanderWeg (WonderHikingPath), on the trail of extraordinary natureAn alpine flower and herb path, a barefoot path and a water path also guarantee enjoyable leisure time. They are located in the gentle countryside around the Sennhütte at 1,500 m. There's also a nature playground and the hungry amongst you should take a look at the menu at the Sennhütte. The food here tastes excellent!
St. Anton am Arlberg