Winter season 2020/21

Despite the strict lockdown and related difficult circumstances in several areas, the Arlberger Bergbahnen AG offer -based on particular measures and official requirements- limited skiing facilities to the public with the following cable cars and ski lifts:

St. Anton / St. Christoph / Stuben:

Monday through Sunday:
Gampenbahn, Mattunbahn, Galzigbahn, Osthangbahn, Tanzbödenbahn, Arlenmähderbahn, Schindlergratbahn, Valfagehrbahn, Albonabahn I, Übungslift Rauz, Übungslift Gampen, Schlepplift Nasserein

Saturday and Sunday additionally (only on good weather days):
Nassereinbahn, Zammermoosbahn, Christophbahn, Kapallbahn

▶ LIVE status - Lifts & Slopes

Ski passes:

The ski pass ticket offices open during the regular times as for the ski lifts opening hours.

Ski pass Webshop with pick-up facility: on (webshop St. Anton / St. Christoph / Stuben).

Day tickets pre-sale can be purchased a day before at a ski pass ticket office or in the web shop. We kindly recommend you to make use of it.

Please note that wearing an FFP2 mask during transport and in the access area is mandatory. Please bring the FFP2 masks with you.
Mouth and nose protection (for children up to 14 years of age)

Further helpful information can be found here: "Safe on the Arlberg".

There are currently precise regulations that apply. All information as of the time of writing and subject to changes (including legal).

Up-to-date information can be found in the local Information channel, the Internet ( and, the APP and from the start of the season, on the snow report.


The current national lockdown will be extended until February 7.

From Jan. 25th, wearing an FFP2 mask in means of transportation and its facilities, in shopping facilities as well as indoors generally, and a safety distance of 2 meters are mandatory. 

Starting February 8th, stores, service providers “close to the body” (ie. hairdressers), and museums will reopen under strict measures. Restaurants, hotels, and event organizers will have to wait until the end of February to reopen their businesses. In mid-February, the federal government will evaluate the situation and a decision should be made as to whether an opening in March will be possible.

For us, responsible behaviour, safety and health of all our guests, employees and the local population is our priority.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in St. Anton am Arlberg and to sharing with you the beauty and uniqueness of our region.

Numerous measures have already been prepared for the winter. You can find the latest information by visiting this page: Covid19 - Safety measures for the Winter 2020/2021.

See you soon!