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Fun & pleasure on the slopes

Unique freestyle parks and legendary speed runs for adults, an attractive Funslope and entertaining Hopplweg Trail for the kids. Everyone is perfectly catered for in the Arlberg ski area!

Funslope in St. Anton am Arlberg

Funslope: snow park for kids


The Tanzbödenbahn – a child-friendly 6-seater chairlift – whisks you up to the Funslope, where a bridge, twister, tunnel and a very special kind of ski adventure awaits. The 500-metre-long mixture of ski slope and snow park with numerous playful elements delights winter sports enthusiasts of every age and encourages skiers to gain stability while having fun. Those that master the Funslope can give Slopy a highfive, before heading back up again to have another go.

Pure pleasure: mountain cuisine


Numerous places to stop for refreshments are scattered throughout the entire ski area. While the Verwallstube on Mount Galzig offers gourmet cuisine of the highest standards, Patteriol Bar serves the best coffee and Valluga View provides the most breathtaking vistas. Himmeleck on Mount Gampen is probably the best place to go for more traditional dishes, while a touch of Asia can be found in the Wok on Mount Rendl and Italian cuisine beckons from the kitchen of Bella Vita on Mount Galzig. Pleasures of the palate are guaranteed and the sheer variety of eateries means that everyone will find something to suit.

Culinary delights in St. Anton am Arlberg
The Hopplweg

Learn the FIS rules in a playful way along Hopplweg Trail


Budding talents search for hidden animals in the forest together with mascot, Hoppl, the ski hare. Who has found them already, the sly fox or the bear family? Young visitors learn the FIS rules in a playful way during this search for forest dwellers. Great fun for the whole family.

Stanton Park – freestyle mecca on the Arlberg


Thanks to its ideal location right next to the path of the Salzböden lift route, quick access is enjoyed to this unique freestyle park. It has already been host to the FIS Freestyle European Cup and tempts you to shred and jump with its plethora of rails, boxes and kickers. The park is home to a range of obstacles that are suitable for both beginners and pros. In addition to all the shred fun in the park, you can also enjoy endless powder runs in the back country. Those who prefer to take things a little easier can kick back and relax while watching the freestylers perform their aerial antics from the comfort of the nearby Rendl Restaurant with its large terrace, or Rendl Beach Bar.

Stanton Park
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