Ski Chalets In St. Anton Austria

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Krissy our friendly Ski Chalet Specialist in St Anton

Ski Range 1,300m - 2,820m

With the biggest ski area in Austria, you will only scratch the surface of the Arlberg’s possibilities in a week. The snow cover here is exceptional. With high-altitude slopes and an underlay of man-made snow on the lower pistes, good skiing is ensured through until late April. St Anton however has something that many other major resorts don’t - character! Despite becoming a magnet for keen skiers and boarders, as well as après-skiers, it has retained all its traditional Austrian charm, and earned iconic status as one of any skier’s ‘must ski’ top resorts in the world.

Update for 2016/17 Season: New linking lifts planned meaning skiing to Lech without having to use buses will be possible! Read more about the developments here.

Resort Facilities

76 shops, 52 restaurants, swimming, ice skating, sauna, jacuzzi, indoor tennis and marked walks, indoor/outdoor climbing wall, Austrian bowling alley


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Transfer time: 1 hour 45 minutes

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We are pleased to offer you a convenient pre-bookable service for ski/board and boot hire, tuition and lift passes. The big advantages are that everything is arranged for you in advance, prices are guaranteed against currency fluctuation, and you can relax and look forward to a smoother first day in resort.

Your equipment hire and lesson vouchers will be in your Welcome Pack ready for you immediately on arrival, and your lift passes will be delivered to you either on arrival or by breakfast time on your first morning, so you can hit the slopes without delay.


Ski school

The Arlberg and St Anton ski-schools meet in the centre of St Anton. Special classes are taken in powder, spring snow and ski touring, and lessons are English-speaking.

Some classes are pre-bookable, others may be arranged locally with your Ski Total representative.

There is a ski-kindergarten for 3-5 year olds from 9 am to 4.30 pm, while for 6 to 12 year olds, children’s ski school lessons are available.


St Anton is justly renowned for its extensive and lively après-ski scene. For the energetic, there is ice-skating, tobogganing, and indoor tennis, plus the superb Wellness Centre. The, having worked up a good thirst, there are about 24 good bars to choose from!

On the slopes you can stop off at the infamous Krazy Kanguruh or Mooserwirt, where the distinction between ski and après ski can get a little blurred!

Later there are a host of nocturnal hangouts for every mood, like the Hacienda or Piccadilly bars and the Kandahar restaurant and nightclub.

Our resort team will also organise a few fun things during the week, if you wish to join us, and there is an excellent and varied choice of restaurants to sample on your chalet hosts’ one evening off.


Ski Range 1,300m – 2,820m

The Arlberg is a connoisseur’s region, and thoroughly deserves its unrivalled reputation as Austria’s Number One ski resort. Dedicated skiers return time after time to explore the inexhaustible network of slopes, including those of Stuben, St Christoph, Lech and Zürs, which are all covered, together with St Anton itself, on the Arlberg lift pass.

The beginners’ slopes are accessed by the upgraded gondola at Nasserein, whilst above the town the many runs are largely cruisy blues and reds, ideal for leisurely skiers and snowboarders just out to enjoy themselves.

St Anton’s main fame however lies a little further up the mountain, in the magical variety of consistently challenging skiing with fiendish blacks, exhilarating off-piste and bumps growing to daunting proportions for those hungry for a challenge. When powder and spring snow conditions are right, the off-piste here is unequalled, particularly on the upper slopes of the fabled Valluga area.

The Kapall and Galzig areas both provide plenty of variety and the Rendl slopes on the opposite side of the St Anton valley offer a further change of perspective. The Galzig boasts a state-of-the-art 24 person gondola.

Ski to the bus stop at Rauz for the quickest access to Zürs and Lech, 7 and 15 minutes away respectively. Here, wide expanses of high-altitude skiing will keep any skier happy for weeks.