Local Information St. Anton am Arlberg

One of the most popular wintersport destinations in Austria and proud member of Best of the Alps.

The resort of St Anton am Arlberg is located at the foot of the Arlberg Pass, on the border to Vorarlberg. Through it flows the river Rosanna. The village has a population of ~ 2,500 per se, a holiday region about 6,100 inhabitants. During the ski season it is home to no less than 150,000 visitors from all over the world.

In summertime St. Anton offers over 110 km of marked trails, 200km trails for mountain biking, a Via Ferrata, a spa with in/outdoor pool and sauna facilities. Not to forget about the cycle paths, a 6-hole golf course, mini golf, tennis, the opportunity for paragliding, canyoning, fishing, children's playground and of course the good healthy Tyrolean mountain air.

In wintertime there are excellent ski resort with 94 lifts and cable cars, over 340km of accurately grommed slopes and 200km off-piste descents with finest powder snow. For those into cross-country there are 38 km of groomed trails, 70 km winter hiking paths, the fun sport center at Rendel, a Winter climbing path, an illuminated natural -toboggan and thus a lot of fun.

Experiencing St. Anton am Arlberg

Central first stop in St. Anton am Arlberg is first of all the pedestrian area with its numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs, guesthouses and hotels. Need rental ski? Find them here.
When it comes to nightlife and après ski you've hit just the right spot.

A popular destination to mention is the Arlberg Well.com. The building offers a sports shop, wellness center, a restaurant and is also suitable for events with up to 3,000 people.

Verwall Reservoir

Ferwall Stausee

For those who want to take a look from where the hydroelectric power comes in St. Anton. An excursion that can be combined very well with an easy walk.

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St. Anton am Arlberg

Ski and Heritage Museum with café and romantic restaurant

Heritage museum
Restaurant in the heritage museum in St. Anton am Arlberg

We bow to Hannes Schneider, the ski pioneer (1890 - 1955), whose life's work St. Anton has a lot to thank for. His monument is located in the holiday park in front of the Ski and Heritage Museum.

The museum itself is dedicated to the representation of Alpine skiing (which was once born in St. Anton am Arlberg), the development history, local history and cultural history as the century events in the region such as the rail and road tunnel over the Arlberg Pass.

The museum also offers a restaurant with a truely romantic atmosphere.

Opening times Museum & Cafe
Winter: from 15.00 o'clock
Summer: from 12:00

daily from 18 Uhr

Entry fee Museum
Adults: € 4,-
Children and adolescents: 7-16 years: € 2
Children 0-6 years: Free entry