St Anton is often referred to as the “Cradle of Alpine skiing” and is a snowy paradise for all winter lovers. It was here that the first ever ski club was founded and the first championship race took place.
Today, over 280 kilometres of perfectly prepared slopes await skiers every year. The village itself is cosmopolitan with a wide range of restaurants, shops and bars – our favourite is the Krazy Kanguruh, it’s a must try!
|Season||December to April|
|Average Snowfall||7 m|
|Vertical Drop||1,304 m|
|Ski Area||305 km of skiable slopes|
|Ski Lifts||87 (Ski Alberg combined area)|
|Terrain||36% beginner, 42% intermediate, 22% advanced
The majority of accommodation is located in the village of St Anton, this central location provides easy access to the slopes as well as a good range of bars & restaurants. Accommodation varies from luxury slope side hotels to more economical options located in the centre of the village.