Austria Ski Resort Guide for St Anton

St Anton Ski Resort Guide

About the Resort

St Anton is at the foot of the road up to the Arlberg pass at the eastern end of the a lift netword that spreads across to St Christoph and across the path to Stuben. It is a long sprwaling resort with a mixture of traditional and modern buildings. It is crowded and commercialised but also full of character. It has a traffic free main street lined by traditional style buildings.The amin hub of the resort is around the base stationsa of the tow stage scble car up via Galzig to Valluga Grat and the fast quad chair up to Gampen. There is a regular bus route that goes to other resorts.

About the Mountains near St Anton

The resort has varied slopes for experts but the slopes can suffer from too much snow too quickly. The beginners may find the going a bit too tough and the pistes can become very over crowded. The improved lift system has made the queing problem of the past a lot better. The main slopes are essentially open and there are plenty of red runs. Two of the three slopes at St Anton are linked. There are lots of off piste opportunities.

Apr├Ęs Ski at St Anton

There are plenty of mountain restaurants to choose from with some offering very good food at reasonable prices. St Anton's bars start rocking in the mid afternoon and stay that way until the early hours. Dancing on the tables is a skill often admired. Most bars are loud with live music and there isn't a lot to offer the sophisticate.

St Anton Resort Ratings Guide

Snowfall RatingSnow Reliability4 Stars
Ski Lifts Number of Lifts 82
Resort HeightResort Height 1305 m
4280 ft
Run Length Slopes / Runs 1305-2650 m
4280-8690 ft
QueuesQueues 2 Stars
Green Ski% of Green Pistes in resort 0%
Blue Ski% of Blue Pistes in resort 36%
Red Ski% of Red Pistes in resort 42%
Black Ski% of Black Pistes in resort 22%

Local Tourist Office Information

Web address: www.stantonamarlberg.com

Email: info@stantonamarlberg.com

Telephone: +43 5446 2269 0