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Skiing and snowboarding in St Anton

A buzzing resort in a splendid location, St Anton lives up to its reputation as the place for big skiing, soft snow and serious nightlife. Perched up high in the Arlberg region of Austria, St Anton is a delightful mix of old and new architecture with inviting shops lining a pedestrian main street. Our chalet hotel in St Anton, the Rosanna is in the centre of town, which is adult-friendly outside school holidays.

On the mountain

Although St Anton is best known as a resort for experienced skiers and snowboarders, beginners need not to be deterred as there are nursery slopes in the edge of the village and 34 easier runs to conquer. Intermediates will find plenty of friendly runs across Gampen, Rendl and St Christoph. For a morale boost on perfectly groomed pistes, head over to Lech and Zürs, easily reached by bus. St Anton comes into its own at night with the infamous Moosewirt and Scotty's.

Since the 2013/14 season, holidaymakers at St Anton have had access to a fabulous 340km of groomed pistes with the Arlberg Card – the regional ski pass now includes the new Auenfeldjet lift linking Lech-Zürs, neighbour to St Anton and a short bus ride away, with Warth-Schröcken, one of the Alps' snowiest resorts.

If you are interested in off-piste skiing or boarding, we recommend Piste to Powder, a team of experienced UIAGM mountain guides, offering off-piste guiding, technique boosters and ski touring in the spectacular Arlberg region of St Anton, Stuben, Zurs and Lech.

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Chalet Hotel Rosanna

You will love the location of the Chalet Hotel Rosanna - it's just off the pedestrianised main street and only a five minute walk from the ski schools and the main lifts with ski hire also availible. This hotel is adult friendly outside the school holidays and Scotty's Bar is right next door, which has a lively fun atmosphere. The hotel is in a traditional style, with rich fabrics, carved ceilings and rustic wooden furniture and the lounge is a popular meeting area for guests to socialise with old and new friends. 

Mountain facts

Ski resort facts  Suitability for skiers Number of runs Number of lifts
Resort altitude: 1304m
Skiing altitude: 1304–2811m
Pistes: 305km
Beginners: Good
Intermediates: Very good
Advanced: Excellent
Snowboarding: Very good
Suitability for non-skiers: Good
Cross-country trails: 40km
Snowparks: 1
Half pipes: 0
Easy: 131km
Intermediate: 123km
Difficult: 51km
Chairlifts: 45
Cable cars: 14
Drag lifts: 28


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