Also away from the slopes!
Aside from classic gym climbing, the arl.rock features and, for Austria, a unique combination of climbing opportunities. Combined, the indoor and outdoor space has an amazing 1000 square meter climbing surface dedicated to different techniques like bouldering, lead and Via Ferrata climbing, ice climbing and the new climbing trend dry tooling.
Down the picturesque sledding slope down to Rodelstall – sledding can be an unforgettable experience. No matter if you sled during the day or at night – winter fun is guaranteed! Our 4-km long illuminated sledding run starts at Gampen and ends at Nasserein.
Athletes have come to St. Anton am Arlberg (1304 m) for many years to do their altitude training. They know exactly how practicing in the healthy mountain air influences endurance and performance. The mountain climate has positive effects in many aspects, and "Alpine Wellness" is so much more than just an effective marketing slogan.
St. Anton am Arlberg is becoming a concept also for cross-country skiers. The federal state of Tyrol has awarded the approximately 40-km long network of runs with its cross-country seal of quality..
Paradise for kids
St. Anton am Arlberg is a holiday resort for the whole family, and it goes without saying that children are more than welcome. An extensive and varied holiday program for the kids also means more free time and skiing for the parents. Every morning at 9:45 a.m. it almost looks like an anthill in St. Anton when the kids gather at the ski school meeting point.