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St Anton

St Anton, Austria

Resort height: 1305m
Highest lift: 2811m
No. of lifts: 83
No. of slopes: 323
Total piste length: 260km
Snowboard parks: 1
Glacier: No
Purpose built: No
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St Anton - Ski Hard, Party Hard

St. Anton is Austria’s premier ski resort and ranks among the top five resorts for truly challenging skiing. It is a genuine Austrian mountain town lying on the Orient Express train route with an abundance of nightlife and activity. Lech is a chic, traditional village offering a sophisticated nightlife, generally fewer lift queues and a more balanced mixture of gentle and challenging runs.

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Featured Accommodation

Chalet Amelia 6
Property: Chalet Amelia 6 Resort: St Anton
Type: Catered Chalet Rating: ISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star rating Sleeps: 6
** Please note that the photos are to give an idea of what the chalet looks like and are not exact ** The chalet Amelia 6 is brand new for 2016/2017 and is home to sister chalet ... more

St Anton Snow In

Skiing & Boarding In St Anton

Intermediates and advanced will find some of their best challenges here. The ski area is extensive - the Arlberg ski pass covers a total of 83 lifts including the ski areas of St. Anton, Lech, Zurs, Stuben and St. Christoph - with some black runs now classified ‘itineraries’ due to the difficult nature of the terrain. St Anton is not recommended as a beginners’ resort, however, beginners will find some excellent nursery slopes in Lech.

Après-ski In St Anton

Après-ski in St. Anton often starts on the slopes at the Krazy Kanguruh or the Mooserwirt. The energetic can spend a pleasant hour tea dancing at the Post Keller. There are many restaurants and bars to choose from - firm favourites are the Piccadilly and Bar Cuba. Resort activities include ice-skating, curling, tobogganing, ninepin bowling, squash and even indoor tennis. Lech also offers some good restaurants and bars although they tend to be more expensive and formal compared to those of St Anton.

St Anton Webcam

Thanks to the marvel of the internet you can now see conditions in the resort yourself using the webcam below. This webcam is provided courtesy of
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Our hosts were exceptional and really made our holiday a truly memorable trip... I would also like to thank you for making the booking process so easy.
  Oliver, Chalet Midland, St Anton, March 2010., St Anton  
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