Lush, verdant greenery as far as the eye can see, exhilarating time spent in nature, invigorating alpine air and unparalleled panoramic views. Mountain summer awakes in St. Anton am Arlberg on 18th June 2022. This Tyrolean region has always exuded an inimitable charm with its wonderful mix of mountain sports and enthusiastic holiday hosts, from the "cosmopolitan village" of St. Anton on the banks of the Rosanna River, through the Stanzertal Valley with its communities of Pettneu/Schnann, Flirsch and Strengen. The choice of routes for hiking, climbing or (e-)biking is virtually limitless -with increasing numbers of visitors appreciating alpine combinations such as "Bike & Hike".
From the 2022 season, holidaymakers can look forward to a new and sporty long-distance hiking trail with a total length of 50 kilometres, the Arlberg Trail. Numerous events such as the "E-Bike Fest" (24th -26th June), the "Arlberg Giro" cycling race (31st July), which has been completely overhauled in 2022, or the dynamic "Mountain Yoga Festival" (1st -4th September) have established themselves as firm favourites amongst locals and visitors alike - either as participants or spectators. Not only active singles, couples and groups, but families and camping enthusiasts will find optimal infrastructure and ample space for leisure activities right through until autumn in St. Anton am Arlberg in the Austrian Alps.
Boundless hiking opportunities from easy to high alpine
The Tyrolean alpine world opens up to holidaymakers for extensive walks in the healing mountain air on a 300-kilometre network of hiking trails in St. Anton am Arlberg. Expert hikers can take advantage of meandering trails that transcend provincial borders, while nature lovers marvel at Mount Rendl, which is ablaze with flowers, as inquisitive hikers sharpen their senses along Senn's WunderWanderWeg (WonderHikingTrail). Those who prefer walking in company, can join one of the guided tours offered by the Arlberg-Arena Mountain Hiking School (free once a week with the Summer Card). Well-marked trails in varying lengths and degrees of difficulty entice hikers to the untouched natural landscapes of the Verwall and Lechtal Alps.
For (E-)MTB fans, racing cyclists, leisure lovers and families
St. Anton am Arlberg is a popular spot for all kinds of cyclists. The trails of the well-signposted 350-kilometre route network are sometimes extremely challenging, but always reward with fabulous views of some of the most beautiful high valleys in the Alps. St. Anton is also an ideal starting point for racing cyclists: challenging routes stretch away to the east and west for alpine explorations, such as the sporty tour to the Kaunertaler Glacier, the scenic Silvretta High Alpine Road or the “Three Pass” journey to Bregenzerwald Forest and Lake Constance. A challenging 20-kilometre route takes (E-)MTB fans to the Heilbronner Hut in Verwall. The route leads over asphalt and gravel paths as well as along a steep trail (total of 1,600 metres in elevation difference) and can be combined with tours to Paznaun or Montafon. The scenic Stanzertal cycle path between St. Anton am Arlberg and Schnann is asphalted from start to finish, making it particularly suitable for families with small children.
Climbing at all levels of difficulty
With its steep and rocky faces, the Arlberg presents a whole range of climbing opportunities for free climbing. The „Klettergarten“ (rock climbing area) at Schanner Gorge is a particularly popular destination, with 40 different routes (in grades of difficulty ranging from 3 to 9). Bouldering enthusiasts can scramble over boulders up to eight metres high along the wildly romantic rocky walls of the gorge. Experienced alpinists appreciate the region for its many high alpine multi-pitch routes. The Arlberg via Ferrate, for example, is considered by those in the know to be not only one of the most challenging in the Alps, but also most of the most beautiful. The almost two-kilometre-long route leads high above St. Anton on a long ridge to Weißschrofenspitze Peak. Climbing fans of every age can try out the high and low rope course, with a total of 22 climbing stations at heights of up to 12 metres at the Verwalltal recreation area. arl.rock sports and climbing centre in St. Anton am Arlberg attracts visitors in all weathers with its almost 1,000 square metres of climbing space. Of around 100 challenging climbing routes, 30 are located in the outdoor area, where two climbing routes lead up the 18-metre-high outdoor tower. Easy to more challenging bouldering variants are ready and waiting inside.
St. Anton Summer Card - your holiday ticket
Anyone visiting the St. Anton am Arlberg region, even for as little as one night's stay in a hotel or guesthouse, receives the "St. Anton Summer Card" This free ticket is valid for the entire duration of your stay and includes many free services, participation in the weekly and children's programme, as well as special rates on many other activities. Each Summer Card entitles the bearer, for example, to one free entry to Arlberg WellCom open-air swimming pool, or Arlberg Stanzertal wellness park, to St. Anton am Arlberg Museum and the Bergbau Gand hiking circuit. The weekly programme for cardholders includes (once weekly) free yoga sessions, guided hikes, archery, a torchlit hike and one green fee for the 9-hole golf course in the Nasserein district (handicap certificate required). Moreover, there is a €20 discount on the daily or half-day use of an e-bike in participating sports shops. All rides on the buses between Landeck and St. Christoph, as well as one day’s use of St. Anton cable cars are also included. For a fee, holidaymakers can upgrade their ticket to a Premium Card and enjoy extra services. The St. Anton Summer Card is valid for the entire summer season from 18th June to 3rd October 2022. www.sommerkarte.at
Leisure tips St. Anton am Arlberg
Contact St. Anton am Arlberg
St. Anton / Arlberg
18.06.2022 - 25.09.2022 (6 Lifts)
8.15 Uhr - 16.30 Uhr
Lech Zürs / Arlberg
02.06.2021 - 03.10.2021 (4 Lifts)
Rüfikopf: 8:30 – 17:30 Uhr
Takt : 30 Min. (.00, .30)
08:30 - 12:00 Uhr und 12:30 - 18:00 Uhr
Takt: 15 Min. (.00, .15, .30, .45)
08:30 - 17:00 Uhr laufend
NEU diesen Sommer:
09:00 - 17:00 Uhr laufend, Montag Ruhetag
Anmerkung: Besitzer der Lech Card können die Lecher Sommerbahnen kostenlos nutzen.
- 13.01. - 15.01. every day