St. Anton am Arlberg

Famous ski resort and idyllic mountain village: St. Anton am Arlberg and the holiday region which bears its name draw many visitors from around the world.

The Stanzertal Valley is located in the westernmost corner of Tirol, between the Lechtal Alps to the north and the Verwall Mountains to the south. The holiday region in the valley is named after one of the most famous ski resorts in the Alps: St. Anton am Arlberg. The ski area links several villages on the Arlberg pass and offers more than 300km of pistes, numerous funparks (such as the well-known Stanton Park) and a network of modern lifts and cable cars. The fun and action continues into the early hours of the morning in the resort’s après-ski bars such as the Mooserwirt, Krazy Kanguruh and Bobo's.

Quiet villages & bracing hikes

The region also has plenty to offer visitors who like to take it easy. Flirsch (and also Strengen) for example, is an idyllic village with pretty farmhouses which can be witnessed during a walk on the Themed Trail "Flirsch on old views". Pettneu am Arlberg is an excellent base in summer for walks and hikes into the surrounding mountains, including the Hoher Riffler (3,168m) and along the Lechtal High Trail. The Eagle Trail, Tirol‘s longest hiking trail, finishes at the Arlberg pass. Another top tip is a walk through the beautiful Mösli nature reserve. The region is also known for its challenging via ferrata fixed-rope climbing routes and its large network of mountain bike trails. The Arlberger Klettersteig is without a doubt one of the most beautiful via ferrata in the Alps. Right next door, at the top of the Valluga mountain (easily accessible using the Galzigbahn, Valluga I and II cable cars) there are more fabulous views of the Lechtal Alps and beyond. The whole region is packed with mountain bike trails, many of which lead to huts like the Darmstädter Hütte and the Konstanzer Hütte. E-bikers will find plenty of charging stations to recharge their batteries. There are also easy bike routes like the Stanzertal Cycle Path from St. Anton to Flirsch. Riders don't need a mountain bike for this flat path, which is covered with smooth tarmac from start to finish and has mighty mountains on either side. 

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With more than 300km of pistes and almost 100 lifts and cable cars, the ski resorts on and around the Arlberg pass form one of Austria’s largest wintersports areas. Funparks, race courses, carving areas – there is something for everyone., © Tirol Werbung
Ski resorts in the region

With more than 300km of pistes and almost 100 lifts and cable cars, the ski resorts on and around the Arlberg pass form one of Austria’s largest wintersports areas. Funparks, race courses, carving areas – there is something for everyone.



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The Schnanner Klamm canyon is well worth a visit. A walkway leading visitors past sheer rock faces and thundering waterfalls offers excellent views of the pulsating mountain stream., © St. Anton am Arlberg
Steep rock faces and cascading waterfalls

The Schnanner Klamm canyon is well worth a visit. A walkway leading visitors past sheer rock faces and thundering waterfalls offers excellent views of the pulsating mountain stream.



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Senn’s WunderWanderWeg is a circular adventure trail near the Sennhütte hut. This path at 1,500m altitude contains plenty of surprises for young and old, including a “drunk forest”, a mint field and a Kneipp water therapy walk. Food and drinks are served in the hut., © Sennhütte
Action and adventure for all the family

Senn’s WunderWanderWeg is a circular adventure trail near the Sennhütte hut. This path at 1,500m altitude contains plenty of surprises for young and old, including a “drunk forest”, a mint field and a Kneipp water therapy walk. Food and drinks are served in the hut.



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Experienced climbers have long flocked to this region to take on the Arlberger Klettersteig, a climbing route with handholds, footholds and a steel rope anchored to the rock face for safety. Nevertheless, climbers wishing to explore this via ferrata between the Mattunjoch ridge and the Weißschrofenspitze should be sure-footed and have a head for heights – much of the trail leads along a ridge at around 2,500m altitude. During the cold months of the year the region is home to the only via ferrata climbing route in Tirol accessible in winter, located in the Rendl area., © St. Anton am Arlberg/Thomas Klimmer
Via ferrata: rock climbing whatever the season

Experienced climbers have long flocked to this region to take on the Arlberger Klettersteig, a climbing route with handholds, footholds and a steel rope anchored to the rock face for safety. Nevertheless, climbers wishing to explore this via ferrata between the Mattunjoch ridge and the Weißschrofenspitze should be sure-footed and have a head for heights – much of the trail leads along a ridge at around 2,500m altitude. During the cold months of the year the region is home to the only via ferrata climbing route in Tirol accessible in winter, located in the Rendl area.



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The Arlberg-well.com is a state-of-the-art leisure centre with eye-catching architecture and a range of swimming pools, slides, saunas and beauty treatments., © St. Anton am Arlberg
Waterworld with modern architecture

The Arlberg-well.com is a state-of-the-art leisure centre with eye-catching architecture and a range of swimming pools, slides, saunas and beauty treatments.



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