Tourism Association - A-6580 St. Anton am Arlberg, Tyrol - Tel +43 5446 22690 - Fax 2532 -
Welcome to St. Anton am Arlberg holiday resorts
ST. ANTON, ST. CHRISTOPH, ST. JAKOB, PETTNEU, SCHNANN, FLIRSCH AND STRENGEN
ST ANTON AM ARLBERG - 1.304 m
St. Anton am Arlberg is a truly unique recreation paradise for the whole family. The cozy little town with 2680 inhabitants has still maintained its genuine ambiance and charming atmosphere.
Relax and unwind at the elevation of 1300m where crisp and clean mountain air is guaranteed! Experience genuine Tirolean hospitality and spend the most beautiful days of the year among friends.
ST CHRISTOPH AM ARLBERG - 1.793 m
Small, refined, traditional. Located at 1800 m above sea level, St. Christoph is one of the Alps´ highest ski resorts: a spacious yet very cozy mountain hut offering 700 guest beds. St. Christoph became famous in the 14th century when the shepherd Heinrich Findelkind built a hospice as a shelter against the whims of nature.
Today St. Christoph offers a few hotels and inns. The evenings are best whiled away in rustic lounges where you can sample hearty dishes, fine wines and happy laughter. You will make new friends and return home full of happy memories.
PETTNEU AM ARLBERG - 1.228 m / SCHNANN AM ARLBERG - 1.180 m
In winter, Pettneu and Schnann offer a short and direct connection to the Arlberg ski area with their free ski bus (transfer time: 8 - 12 minutes). Pettneu is a comfortable and family friendly village on the Arlberg.
FLIRSCH AM ARLBERG - 1.157 m
This idyllic village in the heart of the Stanzer Valley is nestled in the lap of the Lechtal Alps. On a guided ski tour, you can explore the mountains around the town; or enjoy the silent magic of an evening snowshoe hike; or conquer the boulder wall in the climbing hall. The Arlberg ski area is reached quickly and easily on the free ski bus.
STRENGEN AM ARLBERG - 1.029 m
Right at the entrance to the Stanzer Valley, its immense variety is immediately visible: Strengen will make an impression of a typical ancient Roman settlement, lying on the centuries-old Roman road to the Arlberg. Skiing in Strengen means first climbing on your own steam before enjoying the superb downhill descent. The ascent to the Dawin ski hut is a genuine treat even for experienced tour lovers - and crowning it all is the magnificent descent.