St. Anton am Arlberg
St Anton am Arlberg is a holiday region with a world-wide reputation, and rightfully so. A superlative winter sports area with excellent guest services, Ferris wheel cable car, the ARLBERG well.com wellness centre, the finest gourmet cuisine, an excellent walking area, the multi-functional sports centre arl.rock and numerous events which all contribute towards an unforgettable vacation.
The Tyrolean mountain village, with its 2680 inhabitants, together with the neighbouring villages of Pettneu, Flirsch and Strengen, fulfils the highest demands and yet still retains much of its originality and traditional charm. Holiday-makers in St Anton am Arlberg treasure the alpine cosiness at 1300 metres altitude as much as the hospitality and international orientation. A mountain village, traditional and modern at the same time, with the scenery of a gigantic summit world and the amenities of a worldly holiday resort.
Winter – cool and traditional
With guaranteed snow from the beginning of December to the end of April, 88 lifts in the entire Arlberg area, access to 305kilometres of marked ski runs and 200 kilometres of off-piste possibilities as well as a Funpark, St Anton am Arlberg delivers the very best conditions for a de luxe winter vacation. Local, well-informed guides gladly offer winter sports fans help and advice and they also know exactly when each slope offers the optimal conditions. Not only do skiers come into their own in St Anton am Arlberg, cross country skiers are lured by a Loipe network of approximately 40 kilometres. Toboggan runs in St Anton am Arlberg, Schnann, Flirsch, as well as ice rinks for skating and curling, provide for additional sporting alternatives. The multi-functional sports centre arl.rock makes numerous indoor activities and diverse kinds of indoor ball games possible as well as climbing and bouldering, including a Via Ferrata climbing route leading to the roof. Rather more comfortable is a romantic ride in a horse-drawn sleigh through the fairytale snow-covered mountain world. From morning until evening the ARLBERG-well.com in St Anton am Arlberg as well as the Wellnesspark Arlberg Stanzertal in Pettneu invite you to enjoy relaxing hours in their lavishly arranged wellness areas. What makes a holiday in St Anton am Arlberg so special is, not least the unique combination of almost boundless skiing pleasure and après ski together with a variety of gastronomic choices, from Tyrolean delicacies up to the distinguished international top cuisine.
Summer in St. Anton am Arlberg - Unlimited holiday
Wonder walking, learning to decipher animal tracks or which way the wind blows: from June 2015, activities offered by the new St. Anton Summer Tickets uncover a whole host of local secrets. This free leisure card entitles the whole family to a wide range of free activities and will be issued by hotels and accommodation providers in the St. Anton am Arlberg holiday region from only one overnight stay. The St. Anton Premium Ticket is also available: for a fee, guests can upgrade their holiday with an additional package for thee, five or seven days and enjoy, for example, unlimited use of all St. Anton’s cable cars and spa facilities. www.stantonamarlberg.com, www.sommerkarte.at
Photo: The new St. Anton Summer Ticket opens up a whole range of holiday activities from only one overnight stay
Photo courtesy of: TVB St. Anton am Arlberg
Varied perspectives: right up close with a magnifying glass, or from a far away summit – the new St. Anton Summer-Ticket offers varied vantage points. The free leisure card entitles users to many free activities in the Arlberg holiday region: introductory hikes or e-bike tours, complimentary green fee for golfers, free admission to ARLBERG-well.com, walks by torchlight and free participation in the children’s programme, to mention just a few. A bird’s eye view is also included, because cardholders enjoy free use of St. Anton’s cable cars for a whole day. Valid from 22nd June to 25th September, the Summer Ticket also entitles users to free travel on local buses and hiker’s buses within the districts of St. Anton and the scheduled bus service to Landeck.
For little explorers: Children can discover nature during little forays with “Hoppl the Hare” on Mondays to Fridays from 10 to 16 hrs. Accompanied by St. Anton’s entertaining mascot and professional child carers, children are taught lots of useful skills, such as map reading, how to make a fire and how a sundial works.
St. Anton unlimited: The new St. Anton Premium Ticket is available as an additional package from summer 2015. In combination with the St. Anton Summer-Ticket, card holders enjoy unlimited use of all St. Anton cable cars, swimming pools at ARLBERG-well.com or Wellnesspark Arlberg Stanzertal – for either three, five or seven days. Unlimited participation in the weekly programme is also included, with guided walks, e-biking with hire bike, archery or Nordic walking.
The three day additional package is available for Euro 55, five days costs Euro 66 and seven days Euro 77 (children €28/€33/€38). Furthermore, guests with Premium-Status enjoy numerous discounted benefits from various St. Anton partner companies, for example, arl.rock Sport & Climbing Centre. For more information, please visit www.sommerkarte.at
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Contact St. Anton am Arlberg
Tourismusverband St. Anton am Arlberg
Dorfstraße 8, AT-6580 St. Anton am Arlberg
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