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Activities in St Anton
The emphasis in St Anton is generally on skiing and partying, but the resort does offer a good choice of non skiing activities. St Anton is a resort for keen skiers and snowboarders but the fitness facilities of the sports centre ARL.Rock and the Wellness Centre are impressive and highly recommended.
As you can see there are plenty of non skiing activities to have a go at and whatever you decide to do it will only add to your chalet or hotel holiday in St Anton. If you would like further details on any of the activities please do call our UK Operations team on +44 (0) 208 877 8882 and they will be more than happy to help.
Arl.Rock Sports Centre - Multi choice sports
As well as classic indoor sports activities, Arl.Rock’s main attraction is the huge climbing facility. With a climbing area of almost 1,000 square metres indoor and outdoor, arl.rock brings together everything for boulder, lead, fixed rope and ice climbing. There is also a huge range of activities should you not wish to climb walls.
There are two indoor tennis courts, also used as a football pitch or volleyball court. There are two state of the art squash courts and four bowling lanes. The Resto-Bar has a selection of soft and alcoholic drinks, which can be enjoyed after your activities. There is also an Arl.Rock shop to hire the neccessary equipment.
Evening bowling, from 12:00 – 22:00, €25 per lane, per hour
Disco Bowling from 22:00, €15
Tennis or Squash, €25 per court, per hour
Climbing/Bouldering, An adult day ticket for climbing/bouldering, €12.50 - discounts for under 18’s and children.
Climbing shoe rental is €3.50
Wellness Centre - why not take a night off from partying
The sports centre at the base of the piste, near the Fang and Mulden lifts. Built in 2001 for the World Alpine Skiing Championships, the steel and timber building adds a pleasingly modern slant to the resort. The Wellness Centre has an atmosphere of utter relaxation, escape the stress and revel in the pleasure of all the activities available. We know people who come to St Anton just to go here! It's well worth a visit and many of the activities are based here.
Swimming - take a dip!
Take a dip in a spectacular mountain setting. Enjoy a gentle few laps as you take in the stunning views of the surrounding mountain scenery. The Wellness Centre offers a combination of indoor and outdoor pools. The outdoor heated pool captures the alpine element of St Anton will glorious mountain views, this is where nature meets nurture. The outdoor flume have super-powdered jets designed to propel soakers around its perimeter, a refreshing way to relax your muscles and unwind your mind.
Open 10am-10pm, €10.50 (children €8/4, depending on age), €7.50 after 7pm (children €5/3), towel hire €3 (plus €20 refundable deposit). Towel rental €3 (plus €20 refundable deposit)
Sauna - dry heat and infrared
Sizzle away in the sauna after a long day on the slopes, perfect especially if it is bitterly cold outside.
Don’t be alarmed at some naked bodies sharing the sauna with you. It is very normal to bare all and you may feel a little awkward wearing a towel!
Sauna and Wellness Pass (incl. access to the swimming pool) €15.50 (reduced to €12.50 after 7pm)
Steam Room - sweat out the day's activities
After a long, hard day on the slopes with plenty of wind burn and pink cheeks, why not revitalise your skin in the steam room and feel fresh and ready for tomorrow.
2-10pm (from 11am in bad weather)
Towel rental €3 (plus €20 refundable deposit)
Massage - Indulge yourself
Whether you’ve had a hard days skiing or you simply want to spoil yourself, why not treat yourself to a relaxing massage. It is a wonderful way to relieve stress and ease you into a state of pure relaxation. You will need to book at least 24hours in advance, you can call the Wellness Centre and make an appointment.
Ice Curling - fun on the ice
Ice Curling is played on the outdoor ice rink and you do not need any skates. Ice curling is played between 2 teams, each team has curling stones. The stones are thrown so that they stop as close as possible to the centre of the circle drawn on the ice. You don’t have to be athletic, so why not give it a try.
18:00-22:00. Renting a curling alley for two hours (for a party of four) is €30. Additional people €4 each.
Ice Skating on the Arlberg Wellness Centre’s outdoor ice rink is a great place to learn to skate or just spend a few hours enjoying the ice whilst surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The ice rink is available December to mid March.
14:00 – 18:00, €3 (children €2), skate rental €4 (children €2).
Gym - Skiing not enough exercise for you
There is a state of the art gym in the Wellness Centre, not only does it have a range of cardiovascular conditioning equipment but also a variety of weights that can be used for strength training. There are also a number of classes available ranging from spinning to aerobics.
10am-10pm, €8 (multiple-visit reductions available).
Torch Lit Descent - watch something magnificent
Watch the St Anton ski instructors ski at night on a torch lit descent every Wednesday night. Watch the free style skiers perform aerial acrobatic tricks, whilst the ski instructors show off the crash formation. This spectacle can be enjoyed with a vin chaud, especially on a cold night.
Toboggan Run - one for the speed demons
St Anton Gampen – 4.3km illuminated natural toboggan run to Nasserein which is open daily from 12pm to 4pm, with evening tobogganing between 7.30pm and 9.30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The course takes approximately 15 minutes to complete, depending of course on how many times you disembark your toboggan. Toboggans can be rented at most sports shops. Rental fee is usually €7 plus a refundable €20 deposit for the toboggan.
Horse Drawn Sleigh - A bit of romanticism
How about a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride in the snowy Verwall Valley? Enjoy the winter magic, find peace of mind and simply feel good. Pure unadulterated nature! Then a short stop at the cosy Verwall Inn for coffee & cake, or mulled wine. Sleigh rides must be booked in advance and takes place in the peaceful Verwall Valley. The route runs from the horse shelter opposite the Hotel Mooderkreuz to the Verwall Inn. Maximum acceptable weight 10 people
Stroll to the department point and look around the western part of St Anton, the “Oberdorf”, or catch the free ski bus that will conveniently drop you off just before the meeting point.
A sleigh tour lasts an hour (return). There is also an option of stopping off for half an hour at the Verwall Inn (must be agreed beforehand).Fancy dinner in the Verwall Inn, you will need to reserve your table in advance on +43 (0) 5446 3249
Cross Country Skiing - A short stroll or challenging ascent
St Anton am Arlberg is now considered one of the destinations for cross-country skiers. Tyrol awarded the 40km long network of trails the quality seal for cross-country skiing.
Essential criteria for the award were the high guarantee of snow, good designation of routes, the number and length of cross-country trails with differing levels of difficulty and the parking possibilities even for day-trippers. The approx 40km long cross-country network offers many comfortable but also more athletically challenging types of route, thus satisfying a variety of levels.
Cross-country Ski School Tel: +43 (0) 5446 2738