The experts at Iglu Ski have come together to offer you the ultimate guide to St Anton – one of the Alps’ snowiest resorts. Think Monaco Grand Prix blended with the Munich Beer Festival amongst skiing that rivals Val d’Isere.
St Anton is home to 380km of pistes, over 200km of off-piste and is served by more than 94 state-of-the-art lifts. Restaurants, bars and clubs are amongst some of the best in the Alps. Iglu Ski offers ski holidays to nearly 50 ski chalets in St Anton suitable for a range of group sizes. View our favourite St Anton chalets here.
It was tough to narrow down our favourites, but here are just some of our recommendations and top tips to make the most of your trip to St Anton.
St Anton has a well-deserved reputation for its exciting and varied runs. Below are some of our favourites on the Alberg Mountain.
For the more hard-core amongst you, some of the best runs can be found off-piste. Things are a little quieter around Sonnenkopf where the views are magnificent. We recommend heading out with a guide so they can show you their hidden gems.
Check out the St Anton piste map here.
The bars in St Anton are some of the craziest in the Alps with classic Austrian après madness, you’ll find beer steins galore accompanied by the occasional lederhosen.
Après the après ski, there are two main places to party until 3am. The Kandahar Bar hosts some fantastic live music and DJs from all over the world; Piccadilly is also a popular go-to for late night fun.
St Anton in February for the best skiing, but we recommend a March trip for the best après. As always, the weather can be unpredictable so with that in mind – we’d say St Anton is a great destination all year round.
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