Skiing holiday on the Arlberg
The cradle of skiing
St. Anton am Arlberg is a first-class skiing area in Tyrol and consists of more than 300 kilometres of marked slopes, 200 kilometres of variations in the open terrain. Due to the variety, everyone will find just the right thing here, whether beginner or advanced skier, there is a suitable slope for everyone. One of the highlights of St. Anton am Arlberg is the famous "White Rush" ski run, which takes place every year on the last day of the ski season. Thousands of skiers take part in this race, which leads from the summit of the Valluga massif down to the valley. St. Anton am Arlberg is known for its first-class ski schools, which cater for beginners to experienced skiers and snowboarders. The ski instructors are highly qualified and will teach you the right techniques to ski safely and effectively. And best of all, you can ski all the way to our Arlen Lodge hotel in St. Anton am Arlberg.
The ski area covers a total of around 50 km² (including open ski terrain) and stretches over more than 1,500 metres in altitude to its highest point. More than 300 km of marked runs make every skier's heart beat faster. In addition, skiers will find around 200 km of variations in the open terrain. The longest downhill run is 9 km long and leads with a difference in altitude of 1,350 m from the Valluga via the Ulmerhütte to St. Anton am Arlberg. With snowboard fun parks, carving areas, permanent race tracks and many cosy meeting places, the Arlberg offers a distinctive winter holiday.
St. Anton am Arlberg has made a name for itself in the international winter sports scene as a freeride mecca. The wide, open terrain is perfect for endless powder runs and the finely structured terrain in the midst of a breathtaking panorama invite you to let the dust settle. Park fans get their money's worth with the stanton park. The Proline has fat kickers and lots of rails and boxes. The medium kicker line offers jumps between 7 and 11 metres and various jibs and on the jib line, snowboarders can let off steam on various boxes and rails.