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St. Anton

St. Anton – a charming resort with metropolitan flair!

40 km / 25 miles of cross-country ski tracks guide you through the winter wonderland. Rent a toboggan and go down the sled run from Gampen via Nassenrein to the Rodelstall. The 4.3 km / 2.5 mile run is illuminated at night. If you simply like to walk, stroll along the 70 km / 44 miles of cleared pathways.

For romantics, a horse drawn sleigh ride is the right thing to do. Sit back and drive into the peaceful Verwall valley, breath the clear air and let your mind wander.

Built in 1912, this museum shows the development of the alpine skiing and the evolution of St. Anton as a winter sports resort in 7 exhibition rooms.
You’ve read correctly. is the name of the wellness and communication center in St. Anton. Indoor- and outdoor swimming pools, an extensive sauna world, massage facilities, a fitness center, indoor- and outdoor tennis courts and even an ice skating rink is part of the offer. Relax and enjoy.

The old “Thöni” house
One of the largest old houses, it was classified as a historical monument in 1984. Built in the late middle ages, it served as a salt station and collection house for the salt tax. The wood binding elements are an interesting architectural detail.

Kids Club
In winter as in summer, St. Anton offers great programs for children from 5 to 14 years. If your offspring likes to search for hidden treasures, wants to join the “St. Anton Olympic Games” or likes to run around the playground – ask for the kids club and you also get some hours just for yourself. A program also takes place in bad weather.

St. Anton climbing path
If you are free from giddiness and like to climb at 2500 m / 8202 ft, climb along the 2 km / 1.2 miles long steel rope and try to conquer the rock. Take the cable car until the summit station “Vallugagrat” and after approx 20 minutes, you reach the entry point. Calculate approx 4 to 6 hours to reach the peaks. You get rewarded with a spectacular view.

Getting to St. Anton
Situated just after the “Arlberg Tunnel” in Tirol, St. Anton is approx 100 km / 62 miles from the closest airport Innsbruck (1 hour 10 minutes by car). The airport in Zurich is 200 km / 124 miles away and Munich approx 250 km / 255 miles.
St. Anton is a Eurocity station where all important international express trains stop.