Ski Holidays in St Anton, Austria
St. Anton has always been in the top 10 resorts in the world and we here at Igluski.com put it in the top 5 in Europe (and some of us think it's number one). The Arlberg ski pass presents a vast network of cable cars and lifts and, in addition to its spectacular beauty, the most reliable snow in Austria and excellent maintenance of its slopes. St. Anton is renowned for its challenging skiing, spectacular scenery and lively apres ski. The ski area includes the exclusive resorts of Lech and Zürs, which are an intermediate cruisers paradise. You also have access to Rendl (where the famous Rendl beach has live music most days), Sonnekopf (known for its sunny aspect and long powder runs) and St. Christoph & Stuben.
Ski holidays in St Anton are fantastic for non-skiers. This bustling village with its attractive pedestrian area, is lined with sports shops, boutiques & cafés. First class après ski continues well into the small hours at the resort’s discos, bars & nightclubs.
Skied in St. Anton February half term. Had great time. The vast majority of runs were moguls, not for intermedia... read full
The best for hot chocolate in the town is base camp!! at the bottom of the town...by the galzig(I think)!! read full
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Après Ski in St Anton
St. Anton is well known for it's vibrant apres-ski and nightlife. There are many bars to chose from offering something for everyone: lively, traditional, modern or refined.
Is the Mooserwirt the best Après ski bar in the world? Quite possibly! Be sure to check out the Krazy Kangeruh, Taps, Bobo's, Post Keller, Bar Cuba, the Funky Chicken, Piccadilly and Scotty's bar to get a feel for the best of St. Anton's nightlife.
Activities on Ski Holidays in St Anton
St Anton has a pedestrianised village centre and offers plenty of activities away from the piste including a cinema, ice skating, bowling, curling, sleigh rides, tobogganing and the 'Arlberg-well.com' leisure complex. The 4.2 km long illuminated tobaggan run from Gampen via the Rodelhütte to "Rodelstall" in Nasserein has to be the best in Europe!
Eating out in St Anton
There are plenty of cafes and restaurants to chose from in St. Anton, you can find a great range of cuisine including traditional Tyrolean fare. Some notable eateries are San Antonio, Rosanna's, Pomodoro, Dixies 1 and 2, Nassereinerhof and Bobo's.
Ski & Spa
There is a fantastic leisure facility in the centre of St. Anton which was built for the 2001 World Alpine Skiing Championships. Within the luxurious leisure and spa facility there is a swimming area with both indoor and outdoor pools (you swim between the 2 via a man-made whirlpool) , waterfalls, as well as a separate children's section with slide and play stream. There is also a steam room, solarium, gym, Finnish sauna, Kelo sauna and relaxation area. In the winter the lake in front of the fitness centre freezes and offers ice-skating and curling.