in St. Anton am Arlberg
Headlong into the mountain summer
It is not only in winter that St. Anton attracts nature and sports enthusiasts who want to pursue their favourite pastime to the full. Summer also winks cheekily at us and takes us on a tour through nature, on lonely mountain peaks and lively valley plains. Jump with him into refreshing mountain lakes, immerse yourself in your own personal time-out and experience with all your senses what mountain time feels like here at the Arlen Lodge Hotel: absolutely worth repeating!
Explore our extensive network of hiking paths, with its some 300 kilometres of tracks at all different levels of difficulty. Challenge yourself with a demanding hike to a mountain peak to enjoy the splendid panoramic views or take a leisurely walk along the valley floor next to the river to experience nature first-hand. Use the cable cars of the Arlberg Lift Company to take you up the mountain and commence your walk in the crisp mountain air or step out the door of the Arlen Lodge Hotel and start your summer walk right here. Drop into an Alpine hut for refreshments and to experience the local hospitality and cuisine. Let the Arlen Lodge be the gateway to your hiking adventure!
Here, where the passion for biking reaches its peak, altitude metres, kilometres and best times don't count. It's all about feeling. That's what the full-suspension heart beats for. And you can experience this in St. Anton with a mountain bike trail network of over 350 kilometres, really beautiful single trails, crisp downhill trails and the Verwall bike area. With your own muscle power, an "E" for more riding fun or a top-modern cable car that takes you to biking heaven.
The St. Anton Summer Card gives you access to a range of activities and facilities, helping you to explore this wonderful region. The Summer Card is free if charge with your first overnight stay and valid until the day of your departure. It offers a range of free activities and services such as use of the cable cars and lifts for one day, one pool admission, participation in a guided hiking tour, a yoga class, an archery session, and one green fee for the St. Anton am Arlberg 9-hole golf course, located right next to the Arlen Lodge. It also offers a 20-euro discount on the hire of an e-bike. And for even more fun, you can upgrade to the St. Anton Premium Card.
The high mountain peaks that surround St. Anton am Arlberg offer a range of challenges for experienced climbers. The Arlberg’s via ferrate is considered one of the most difficult routes in the Alps. Around 3 kilometres in length and reaching altitudes of 2,500 metres, this high alpine route has some 2,000 metres of steel cables, 1,050 rope clamps and 500 hooks to assist with the climb. The high and low rope courses in Verwall and the indoor climbing facilities at arl.rock offer fun alternatives to the dizzying heights of the Alpine peaks.
What do mountain biking, yoga and hiking have in common? More than you might think. Not only does Annalisa, as a state-certified hiking guide and yoga instructor, support you with advice and tours in all three sports, the focus also remains the same. Towards the centre, towards movement and your own personal flow.