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Mountain Stats

  • 275 in of annual snowfall
  • 736 total skiable acres
  • Top elevation 9222 ft, base 4278 ft
  • 0% beginner, 42% intermediate, 42% advanced, 16% expert
  • Projected opening: 12/12/2014
  • Projected closing: 04/26/2015

St. Anton Dining

Typical to the Alps, the St. Anton dining scene namely exists in hotels. While there may not be an overwhelming amount of restaurant options, rest-assured what does exist offers exceptional quality.

For fine Tyrolean dining, Postkeller restaurant, in Hotel Post, Restaurant Maximillan, the Museum Restaurant and Hotel Schwarzer Adler Restaurants are our top picks. Just be prepared to spend and arm and a leg. If you’re craving more exotic tastes, Skiing Buddha’s Thai fare will delight. Large groups and families should give well-rated Bodega’s tapas menu as a go, as it offers a nice change-up from local, Austrian cuisine.

St. Anton On-Mountain Restaurants

St. Anton and its sister resorts, Lech and Zurs, are a favorite among the world’s rich and famous, so every opportunity for leisure is fully exploited. The St. Anton après-ski restaurants offer skiers and snowboarders unforgettable experience, from sun-basked patio lunches of traditional European or Tyrolean dishes to tastings at wine cellars to several choice on-mountain restaurants serving incredible burgers and great Austrian beer. If you’re in the Galzig area in the afternoon head to the Ulmer Hutte for more casual food and drinks, or Verwallstube for an upscale, high-Alpine meal. The Rendl cafeteria-style restaurant serves up some enjoyable Asian cuisine.

To learn more about St. Anton dining call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

St. Anton Expert Skiing

The St. Anton expert skiing is standout, and offers challenge-seekers a near never-ending amount of off-piste options. Valluga bowl is a favorite zone of expert skiers, especially with new snow. Galzig and Kapall-Gampen are also don’t-miss zones. Sonnenkopf offers less-crowded and more difficult off-piste runs.

To learn more about St. Anton expert skiing call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

St. Anton Family Ski Vacation

With numerous reputable ski schools and day care centers to choose from, St. Anton provides a wonderful setting for families. A beginner “learn to ski” area can be found in the Nasserein area, which also features a surface lift (magic carpet).

St. Anton Family Lodging

Located at the center of St. Anton proper, four-star Sporthotel provides families with a convenient location. Just 250 yards from the chairlifts and in the center of the village’s shopping and dining, Family-friendly amenities include an onsite restaurant and an indoor pool. Parents will enjoy relaxing in the hotel sauna/steam room.

To learn more about Sporthotel, or book your stay, call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.


St. Anton Intermediate Skiing

And advanced intermediate will revel in St. Anton’s many options. The Schindler Spitze to Rauz run offers a long, sustained (a more than 1000 meter decent) cruiser, perfect for arching wide turns. The Kapall-Gampen provides mogul-enthusiasts with some great challenges. And intermedites looking to test their mettle, should try a run on the men’s downhill run. Those looking for wide-open bowl skiing should head to the Valluga area.

Easier intermediate runs can be found on Steiddbachtal, Rendl and Galzig ski areas. Lech and Zurs offer even more options for intermediates.

To learn more about St. Anton intermediate skiing call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

St. Anton Lodging

St. Anton is best enjoyed by those seeking high-end pursuits, but families are also well-served. Below you’ll find Ski.com’s top St. Anton lodging picks.

Three-star Alpenhof provides exceptional value at a reasonable rate. Plus, this charming, chalet-style hotel is located on a shuttle route to the chairlifts, so it’s quite convenient. An onsite Tyrolean restaurant makes sticking to a dining budget a bit easier, too.

Located at the center of St. Anton proper, four-star Sporthotel provides a world-class location for both families and anyone looking for an unforgettable ski vacation. Just 250 yards from the chairlifts and in the center of the village’s liveliness, those looking to experience it all—in style of course—will be pleased with Sporthotel. Families appreciate the hotel’s many convenient amenities, like an onsite restaurant and an indoor pool and steam room/sauna. While jet setters will enjoy the hotel’s lounge, bar and disco.

To learn more about St. Anton lodging call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

St. Anton Luxury Ski Vacation

Luxury pursuits dominate St. Anton ski vacations from a laundry list of fine-dining options to several four-star hotels.

St. Anton Luxury Hotels

Below you’ll find Ski.com’s top picks for St. Anton luxury hotels. If you’d like to learn more, or book your stay, at these properties, call, or chat with, one of our knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

A modern, stylish four-star hotel, the Banyan offers a quiet location convenient to the pedestrian district and is just 200 yards from the Galzig tram. Amenities include an indoor swimming pool, steam room/sauna, fitness facilities and a 24-hour front desk—to name a few.

Located at the center of St. Anton proper, four-star Sporthotel provides a world-class location. Just 250 yards from the chairlifts and in the center of the village’s liveliness, those looking to experience it all—in style of course—will be pleased with Sporthotel. Amenities include an onsite restaurant, bar and disco and fireplace lounge, as well as an indoor pool and steam room/sauna.

To learn more about St. Anton luxury ski vacations call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

St. Anton Après-ski and Nightlife

St. Anton nightlife kicks off mid-afternoon and extends sometimes until sunrise, which is why many vacationers find themselves still wearing ski gear well into the night. So if enjoying the St. Anton nightlife scene in proper fashion is high on your ski vacation list, you’ll want to head straight to Moosewirt or The Krazy Kangurgh, located on Mooserweg. Pouring a record-breaking amount of Austrian beer, Moosewirt is a beer-lovers paradise. If you’re looking for some rockin’ live music, Heustadl hosts some great cover bands, and Griabli usually features fun live rock bands. As the night goes on, most party-goers gravitate towards dance clubs like Bar Cuba and Piccadilly.

To learn more about St. Anton après-ski and nightlife call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

Things to do in St. Anton

St. Anton’s lively village provides a great home base for a variety of off-mountain activities. Whether you’re a non-skier or just need a break from the slopes, you’ll find plenty of things to do in St. Anton to hold your interest. If you’re looking to escape from winter’s chill, spend a day relaxing and recreating at Arlberg Well. This wellness center offers a couple indoor and outdoor pools, as well as steam rooms and suanas, which really hit the spot after a full day—or several consecutive—days on the skis. The center also features a fitness room, an outdoor ice climbing wall and an indoor climbing wall.  St. Anton offers visitors 43 miles of winter hiking trails, and 24 miles of cross-country skiing routes.

To learn more about things to do in St. Anton call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

St. Anton Beginner Skiing

The best St. Anton beginner skiing can be had at Nasserein ski area. This is an ideal “learn to ski’ zone as well, offering beginners gentle slopes, perfect for progressing. When it’s time to challenge yourself on more difficult beginner runs at Rendl area and Gampen.

To learn more about St. Anton beginner skiing call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

St. Anton Budget Hotels

While it’s not necessarily “cheap,” three-star Alpenhof provides exceptional value at an affordable rate.

This charming, chalet-style hotel is located on a shuttle route to the chairlifts, so it’s quite convenient. An onsite Tyrolean restaurant, the Cellar Bar, featuring fondue and raclette specialties makes dining more affordable. Guests can also enjoy some R&R time in the hotel’s sauna or on the sun terrace.

To learn more about St. Anton budget hotels call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

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