Into the outdoors, from dawn till dusk. This is the unwritten motto for summer stays in St. Anton am Arlberg. Sports activities
can be ideally combined with rest and relaxation at a healthy altitude.
Summer days for the body, spirit and soul. Here you find exactly what
you are looking for. You just have to take the first step ... and then
the next ... and the next.
Certification responsibilities: St. Anton am Arlberg, awarded the Tyrolean Wandergütesiegel (Hiking Seal of Quality) in summer 2001, now also offers a good running and mountain bike network.
A total of ca. 200 kilometres of particularly picturesque tracks await joggers and mountain bikers. All routes are well signposted and designated.
Cycling in the mountains around St. Anton – more than 3,800 kilometres
of official mountain bike routes make Tyrol first-class bikers’
territory. St. Anton am Arlberg is of course also part of that. The
"Best of the Alps" tourist destination offers particularly attractive
routes over a good mountain bike network of approx. 200 kilometres.
All routes are well signposted, designated and a scenic treat!
The designations are standardised throughout Tyrol and indicate the degree of difficulty, as in the case of ski runs.
There is something for every type of mountain biker
in the St. Anton am Arlberg area: easygoing paths to get started in the
midst of lush meadows and shady woods, well-selected routes with gentle
climbs which are more athletically demanding, but also steep routes for
hardcore mountain bikers.
All routes begin at ARLBERG-well.com
and are uniformly signposted. But these routes are open not only to
bikers, also to new exercises such as Nordic walking – walking with very
light sport poles, or even mountain runners and triathletes.
(see Interactive Maps )