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St. Anton am Arlberg Summer Bliss

Hiking in St. Anton © TVB St. Anton am Arlberg / Josef Mallaun From
£375pp
St. Anton am Arlberg's "Summer Active" package includes:
  • 7 nights from £375pp in a double room
  • half-board catering
  • 4-star hotel accommodation

Offer valid from 23.06.2014 Until 14.09.2014Summer ActiveAccommodationGetting There

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The sheer simplicity of enjoying blissful summer moments in the mountains is something to be experienced. Fresh mountain air, the natural beauty of tranquil alpine meadows and towering peaks, recreation galore and local hosts that welcome you with warm traditions and modern conveniences. Discover all of this and more in St. Anton am Arlberg and its neighbouring villages of Pettneu, Flirsch and Strengen.

Whether hiking, climbing, cycling, rafting, swimming, golfing, paragliding, celebrating or just relaxing – enjoying yourself is what counts most here. 300km of varied hiking trails and more than 200km of mountain bike routes wind through stunning natural surroundings. Take a lift to almost 3000m above sea level and take in the alpine terrain as you make your way from one mountain hut to the next. The award-winning "Wonder Walking Trail", located near the village, is a particularly special natural experience. And at just 1km long, it is perfect for the whole family.

Holiday-makers especially appreciate the alpine and local hospitality throughout the St. Anton am Arlberg region. In addition to this, numerous hotels and guest houses offer you an even bigger and better holiday experience with the Summer Active Card. You can enjoy a range of leisure activities including guided walks, mountain bike tours, summer curling, Nordic walking, beginners’ golf courses, walks by torch light, archery, bowling and various ball sports. Card holders also receive discounts on paragliding, excursions to the high rope course or rafting, tubing and canyoning, all sporting activities at arl.rock as well as reduced admission fee to the Tyrolean evening and the Museum St. Anton.
Lunch at Darmstädter Hütte © TVB St. Anton am Arlberg / Wolfgang Ehn Back to offers