The Arlberg mountains are famous for reliable snow conditions all the way down in the villages and the great quality of the excellent slopes. The trend-setting ARLBERG-CARD is a touchless and reusable high-tech ski pass that lets skiers access 88 highly modern ski lift facilities with the highest safety and comfort standards. Here await a total of 503 km perfectly groomed slopes in all variations of all skill levels, athletic challenges in the form of steep drops and fresh powder, snowboard fun parks, carving areas, permanent race courses and many cozy places to stop to rest and refuel in company of good friends. It is the great variety and the sheer amount of fun and entertainment that makes St.Anton of the best skiing resorts of the Alps.
The opening of these four new lifts, i.e. the Flexenbahn, Trittkopfbahn I and II as well as the Albonabahn II, was the realisation of a dream and years of planning to create a contiguous, interconnected and skiable area in the Arlberg ski region. On the Vorarlberg side, between Zürs and Stuben/Rauz, the new 1.8 km long Flexenbahn is a lift offering comfort at the highest level in addition to breathtaking views of the Flexen pass, Klostertal valley and the Arlberg pass towards St. Christoph. Along with the newly constructed Trittkopfbahn cableways and the Albonabahn II, these new additions make skiing here in Austria’s number 1 resort area even more attractive than ever before.
Enjoy a magnificent Alpine world with a single ticket thanks to the “Ski Arlberg” pass, which offers winter-sports enthusiasts a whole new dimension of skiing fun! The 305 km of slopes, 200 kilometres of deep snow runs, 88 lifts and cableways crisscross famous Arlberg holiday destinations synonymous with winter skiing bliss. The names Lech, Zürs, Stuben, St. Christoph and St. Anton am Arlberg stand for an interconnected network of high-quality skiing with guaranteed snow and optimal conditions. Regardless of whether or not you start your day in St. Anton or somewhere else, check out the spectacular new ski round “Run of Fame.” An entire day is necessary to enjoy the 65-km all-encompassing course created to honour ski stars of today and the past. It’s the perfect way to experience the entire Arlberg ski region!