The myth lives on
Arlberg's unforgettable flair should be experienced at least once in a lifetime of the winter sports aficionado. The winter season in St. Anton starts at the end of November with the traditional "wedel" weeks. From now on each month offers distinctive characteristics and turns Arlberg to a pilgrimage destination for winter athletes. The weeks of Advent promise romantic and peaceful winter magic. The weeks of Christmas and New Year's have a spiritual and emotional atmosphere. With the arrival of February, the sun regains its warming powers and the days become longer and warmer. While there is still a flurry of powder snow on the north-facing slopes, the snow turns to firn on the south-facing slopes. This opens up for another type of skiing. Until the end of April, the Easter, firn and schneekristall (snow crystal) weeks form the explosive finale for one of the top skiing regions of the world.
Best of the Alps
A resonant, familiar name, a unique mountainous landscape, winter sports pioneers, cultural variety, solid luxury and Alpine lifestyle: these are some of the criteria that earn you the name "Best of the Alps" and St. Anton am Arlberg is naturally a part of this.
Alpine Lifestyle in St. Anton
Enjoy St. Anton of Arlberg all out: the pedestrian zone is located in the middle of the village, and this is where you meet for some shopping at the many sports and fashion stores, for après ski with DJs or live music, or to sit down for a delightful meal at one of the many restaurants.