Incredible snow, steep terrain and world-beating après ski – St Anton is one of the best.


One of the best group and corporate ski event destinations in the Alps, St Anton am Arlberg offers legendary après ski, short airport transfers and the best steep skiing in the incredible Arlberg ski region. The international mix of visitors combined with the hardcore local alpinists make St Anton am Arlberg a truly authentic and iconic global brand.

Almost certainly the best linked ski area in Austria, the Arlberg offers unrivalled snow snowfall and incredible skiing, on and off-piste. Ski groups can experience a wide variety of terrain, world-class après ski and a fantastic range of activities including ice driving and heli-skiing. Corporate ski trips with a seminar element could utilise the impressive St Anton congress centre.


Facts & figures

  • Resort height: 1304 m
  • Top lift height: 2811 m
  • Ski lifts: 94
  • Season dates: Nov-Apr
  • Inhabitants: 2632

Airport transfers

  • Innsbruck | 59 miles
  • Zürich | 115 miles
  • Munich | 140 miles
  • Salzburg | 174 miles

Off the snow

  • Après ski
  • Tobogganing
  • Paragliding
  • Ice climbing
  • Ice driving

On the snow

  • Heli-skiing
  • Off-piste
  • Steep skiing
  • FIS race course
  • Linked ski region


Skiing takes place on both side of the valley above St Anton am Arlberg. To the south of St Anton is the Rendl ski area, now accessed by a new gondola system and famed for off-piste skiing on its north-facing slopes. With a large snow park and a ‘local’s’ feel, the Rendl is often overlooked by those wanting to charge through to distant reaches of the Arlberg ski region. To the north of the resort, lifts connect to the Galzig and Kapall ski areas, ski sectors that people most readily associate with St Anton skiing. There is a wide range of terrain in this area with gentle runs into St Christoph and huge off-piste bowls between the Kapall and the Valluga areas. There are beginner slopes on the northern edge of the resort, but these soon give way to the increasing gradients of the mountains which tower over St Anton. The valley runs can be chopped-up and busy at the end of the day, but beginners can download on the gondolas and avoid the challenging pistes. Good skiers and snowboarders would be advised to hire a local guide to access the incredible off-piste terrain, whilst for those looking for the ultimate experience, heli-skiing operates in the Arlberg – the only region in Austria where this is permitted. 

Beyond the St Anton ski area, the skiing reaches out into the Arlberg ski region as far as Warth on the northern edge of the Arlberg. Stuben is the first resort (after St Christoph) which is accessible by snow. It has a compact on-piste ski area but boasts some of the best off-piste skiing in the Alps with incredible terrain. On powder days there can be few better places in the world to be. Alpe Rauz forms the western limit of the St Anton ski sector and as well as the start of the Stuben ski sector, the area also hosts the new Flexenbahn gondola, reaching into the Zürs am Arlberg ski sector. Zürs has an amazing snow record and has some fantastic intermediate piste skiing. It is also part of the White Ring ski circuit that loops into Lech am Arlberg via a wonderful ski route that descends into Zug. Lech am Arlberg offers more gentle, intermediate cruising whilst both Lech and Zürs offer spectacular off-piste terrain as well as heli-skiing services, departing from the ski area. Heading north out of Lech am Arlberg is Warth, the northern-most point of the Arlberg ski region and a ski area that is reputed to be the snowiest in the Alps, in terms of annual snow accumulation.


heli skiing


The Arlberg is the only location in Austria where heli-skiing is permitted - experience the ultimate in skiing and snowboarding.


Après ski

St Anton means the Mooserwirt & Krazy Kanguruh - two of the great après ski bars in the Alps. Get some rest before arrival.



Perfect for non-skiers, paragliding is a remarkable activity, offering stunning vistas over the mountains and distant valleys.


St Anton is a pulsating resort, populated by hard-core alpinists and international guests, in St Anton to sample the action on and off the slopes. It has fantastic transport connections, just an hour from Innsbruck airport (with nearly all the journey on a straight autobahn) and served by mainline trains, stopping close to the centre of St Anton. Corporate ski trips clients will be further rewarded by the excellent facilities on offer in St Anton including a large congress centre, a modern spa complex with outdoor thermal pools, excellent contemporary hotels and fine dining.

The centre of St Anton is mostly pedestrianised, whilst the area freed up by the relocation of the railway has created a great walking area. Off the snow there are many things to entertain corporate ski groups. There is an ice driving track in the resort and paragliding in the skies above St Anton. There are a number of restaurants offering excellent gastronomy, whilst dining can be combined with a toboggan evening above St Anton. For those looking for a change of scene, trains leave the centre of St Anton for the heart of Innsbruck for fantastic shopping and cultural excursions.


Rated on the very best après ski resorts in the world, St Anton am Arlberg offers much more than the mountainside après ski at the Mooserwirt and the Krazy Kanguruh. The area running from the Galzigbahn to the pedestrianised main street is awash with bars and clubs that welcome a truly international audience. Groups looking for fine dining as well as boots on the table après ski can find some excellent contemporary cuisine.

Once the ski boots are out of their bindings and firmly on the main pedestrianised section of St Anton, it is possible to party till the morning gondola queues are beginning to form! There are local’s bars, dance clubs, sausage stands - very many ways to keep those ski boots on 24/7.


St Anton hosts one of the biggest and best dedicated meeting and seminar spaces in the region. The Arlberg Well centre has professional and modular meeting spaces, whilst resort accommodation offer numerous seminar rooms. As well as the meeting spaces and professional services there are large restaurants and group activities possible. Ski groups have the chance to break-out on the snow or alternatively run seminars on the mountain.

Connections to St Anton are superb with Innsbruck airport lying just an hour down the valley by autobahn. And whilst Arlberg skiing is revered around the world, there are plenty of attractions off the snow for ski groups and those on corporate ski trips. Après ski is a popular past time in St Anton whilst there are air sports, tobogganing, ice driving and ice climbing to entertain clients. Corporate visitors may wish to take time relaxing on the indoor and outdoor pools at the centrally located spa complex.

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