St. Anton: the birthplace of winter sports
Your no. 1 ski hotel in the Tyrolean Alps – Arpuria
As soon as you arrive in St. Anton am Arlberg, they’ll cast their spell on you: the mountains. Here, in the birthplace of Alpine skiing, where the hearts of winter lovers beat that little bit faster (because St. Anton am Arlberg in winter really is that amazing), you won’t find just any old winter sports destination. You’ll find paradise.
360 kilometres of slopes
Need we say more? Three hundred and sixty kilometres of slopes. From easy to challenging, from child-friendly to world-champion level. Perfectly groomed every day. Between 1,200 and 2,800 metres above sea level. With guaranteed snow. Where will you go in winter? To St. Anton am Arlberg. Where else?
What do fresh tracks in the snow mean?
Are you a fan of convenience?
Of course, you could carry your winter gear around with you. But you don’t have to. We’ve reserved ski storage for you directly at the valley station of Galzigbahn cable car. And of course, you can also use the heated ski cellar at Arpuria. As well as the free shuttle service to the village centre. Have we mentioned that you can simply get your ski pass at the reception? No need to stand in line.
Hop on your toboggan…
… and slide into winter fun! How do four kilometres of natural toboggan run sound? Like a real winter adventure! You’ll conquer 500 metres of elevation in the approx. 15-minute descent. Red cheeks and whoops of laughter are guaranteed – and you’re sure to fancy a hot drink afterwards. How about a delicious winter punch at the Vita lounge bar?
The Arpuria winter bucket list
- Head up Valluga, to the highest point in St. Anton
- Winter hiking in Verwalltal – a genuine winter wonderland!
- Night tobogganing on the natural toboggan run
- The White Ring: This legendary ski circuit connects Lech, Zürs, Zug, and Oberlech. What awaits you? The most fantastic descents in the Alps.
- Traditional Austrian fare (have you ever tried Kaiserschmarren?) at Himmeleck restaurant on Gampen with stunning views into the valley