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St Anton Reviews

St Anton is a Austrian ski resort. You can write your own review.

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Best party on the snow anywhere 29/09/2014
St Anton not only has great skiing, especially off-piste powder, but has the best apres ski fun of anywhere in the world. My top tips. Have Lunch at the Hospiz Alm in St Chritoph and at the Rud-Alpe Gastronomie in Lech. Make sure you do the night-time sledding from Gampen to Nasserein, it's best I've done. The Spa relaxation centre is also world class. If you're group is good enough then I highly recommend a the Valluga backcountry run with a guide down to Zurs. As for the aprés ski there is just too much to choose from. Of course you have to do the Mooserwirt and Krazy Kangaruh but I would also recommend the Rodelhuute and the Heustadl. All of these require skiing down at the end and we finished everyday at the Basecamp bar at the bottom near the Glaziegbahn. A great place to meet up at the very end of the day. One last thing, don't miss going to the new area of Swarth Shroken which is extended off Lech. The best North Facing pistes in the whole area !
Skiing/Snowboarding: 5/5 Apres Ski: 5/5
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AJ
Skiing holiday 10/04/2014
I have had a brilliant skiing holiday in St.Anton at Chalet Rosanna. The accommodation was very pleasant, attractive bedroom and lovely bathroom. The only drawbacks were the facts that we were facing a road and could hear the traffic at night. Also, there was a bar attached to the chalet, so we could sometimes hear people from the bar. The beds were very good but the pillows were really uncomfortable. My roommate found the same thing. We had a warm welcome upon arrival. Much appreciated to find that our luggage gets taken care of and taken up to our rooms, especially after a tiring journey with virtually no sleep the previous night. Staff was very friendly, attentive and helpful. The food was very good too. It was easy to meet and get to know people right from the beginning. We soon made up our dining party and skiing group. Everyone got on well and we shared lots of wonderful moments together. The skiing was very good too although we had to make do with a bit of "spring snow" but this was to be expected given the time of year. We had a mixture of icy slopes at the top, hard as concrete in places then heavy slushy snow at the bottom but plenty of decent snow was around too and we really skied our socks off all day every day. The après-ski was great fun too! Overall, this had been an extremely enjoyable holiday. We were all sorry to go and to part company. Thank you again to all the staff at Chalet Rosanna for looking after us so well. Can't wait for my next skiing holiday!
Skiing/Snowboarding: 4/5 Apres Ski: 4/5
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Skiing holiday 10/04/2014
I have had a brilliant skiing holiday in St.Anton at Chalet Rosanna. The accommodation was very pleasant, attractive bedroom and lovely bathroom. The only drawbacks were the facts that we were facing a road and could hear the traffic at night. Also, there was a bar attached to the chalet, so we could sometimes hear people from the bar. The beds were very good but the pillows were really uncomfortable. My roommate found the same thing. We had a warm welcome upon arrival. Much appreciated to find that our luggage gets taken care of and taken up to our rooms, especially after a tiring journey with virtually no sleep the previous night. Staff was very friendly, attentive and helpful. The food was very good too. It was easy to meet and get to know people right from the beginning. We soon made up our dining party and skiing group. Everyone got on well and we shared lots of wonderful moments together. The skiing was very good too although we had to make do with a bit of "spring snow" but this was to be expected given the time of year. We had a mixture of icy slopes at the top, hard as concrete in places then heavy slushy snow at the bottom but plenty of decent snow was around too and we really skied our socks off all day every day. The après-ski was great fun too!!! Overall, this had been an extremely enjoyable holiday. We were all sorry to go and to part company. Thank you again to all the staff at Chalet Rosanna for looking after us so well. Can't wait for my next skiing holiday!
Skiing/Snowboarding: 1/5 Apres Ski: 2/5
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The best reosrt in the World! 26/11/2012
St Anton is quite literally the greatest resort in the world. A pretty pedestrianised high street, second to non après ski, fantastic skiing and enough Jagermister to sink a ship.! What more could one ask for. The skiing is quite challenging and probably not recommended for beginners. The pistes are fairly steep and by the end of the day covered in moguls. For those that do enjoy the challenging stuff there is the steep Schindlergrat chutes, off piste Matun, back side of Rendl or (if willing to hike) dropping off the back to Zurs. If these activities take their toll then why not have a big lunch on the Post Hotel sun terrace in Stuben or at the Hospiz Alm in St Christoph. St Anton is often widely recognised as the après-ski capital of the Alps. The famous Mooserwirt and the Krazy Kanguruh on the mountain will be in full swing by 4pm with more ski boot stomping, dancing and Jager than you thought was possible. If you haven't passed out by 8pm then opt for the more relaxed Pub 37, Jacksies or Alibi. The locals in St Anton also make the resort with great service and generosity. You will always encounter bar owners (notably Pepi Gabl in the Fang house) buying Austrian schnapps for the whole bar! Once you have been to St Anton you will realise there is no other ski resort that comes close... Enjoy!
Skiing/Snowboarding: 5/5 Apres Ski: 5/5
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David Stocks
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Apres Action! 21/11/2012
Why not try St Anton for some 'Krazy' après action this winter.

I've had a number of calls recently asking "does St Anton have good nightlife and après"? My answer to all those asking is, hell yes!

With the Krazy Kangaroo and the famous Mooserwirt at the centre of the action I, and many others in the office, have witnessed some sweet... rad.... awesome afternoons/evenings through to early hours in these great venues.

Why not try it, I can be certain you'll go back for more!

Skiing/Snowboarding: 4/5 Apres Ski: 5/5
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