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Sat 13

-5 °C to -3°C


Sun 14

-3 °C to -2°C


Mon 15

-6 °C to -5°C


Tue 16

-5 °C to -2°C


Wed 17

-4 °C to -3°C


Thu 18

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St Anton Ski Resort

St Anton

St Anton Facts


St Anton is possibly one of the most hard-core resorts in Europe, combining some of the best on and off-piste skiing in the northern Alps. As Austria’s leading ski resort , St Anton has earned itself a well-deserved spot in the world’s top 5 ski resorts and the Austrian Alpine après ski is nothing short of legendary.

Although situated at the relatively low altitude of 1305m, St Anton is the recipient of snow from three separate weather fronts, boasting one of the best snow histories in the Alps, meaning that often the 276km of pistes and additional off piste (including Lech and Zurs) are loaded with the white stuff. Wedged into a deep valley, St Anton is suited more for the intermediate and advanced skiers owing to the steep gradient of the slopes (i.e reds are harder here than in France).

You cannot talk about St Anton without mentioning the après ski, starting early and hard – it is not for the faint hearted. Bars such as the Moosewirt and Krazy Kangaroo put on a no-holds barred après, with shots, steins, lederhosen and plenty of cheesy Euro-pop – perfect after a hard day on the slopes; charming yet utterly unique. 

If you are looking for somewhere to stay in St Anton (Sankt Anton) Arlberg, we have a range of accommodation to suit your needs from catered chalets to hotels and self catered apartments.



St Anton Snow