A Tyrolean mountain village where tradition and modernday life go hand in hand. This is characterized just as much by hospitality as by cosmopolitanism. Visitors can enjoy the untouched nature of the world of gigantic summits as well as all the conveniences of an international holiday resort. That is St. Anton am Arlberg
Those visiting in winter enter a superlative snow paradise that owes its international reputation not just to the staging of the Alpine Skiing World Championships in 2001. Latest cable cars and lifts provide access to a ski- and snowboard area with many variants and 180 kilometres of slopes in the open country.
Whoever comes to St. Anton am Arlberg in the Summer plunges into an intact picture-book landscape. Hikers, mountaineers and mountain bikers find a large selection of high Alpine tours of various lengths and degrees of difficulty. Furthermore, at numerous events staged in the summer, visitors have the opportunity of gaining insight into the traditions and ancient customs which are still very much alive in the cosmopolitan holiday resort.