St. Anton am Arlberg

The Arlberg is counted among the snowiest and most snow-secure ski areas in the Alps.

Each season, off-piste skiers from around the world converge on St. Anton am Arlberg to experience over 200 km of high-alpine freeride routes. The awe-inspiring topography of the Arlberg, the fascination of the first line and the increased safety thanks to many forested runs combine to make the Arlberg a one-of-a-kind ski region. At least once in their lives, freeride skiers should experience descents like the Schindlergrat. For experts, the Valluga north descent is an absolute highlight.

In the market for easy access to serious freeride terrain? St. Anton has what you're looking for. Patrick Bätz

Beyond its reputation as a mecca for freeriders, St. Anton’s Stanton Park snowpark offers a full complement of rails, boxes and kickers for the freestyle crowd. Two ski lifts guarantee fast laps at Stanton Park, which includes a complete offering for beginners as well as pros. Located right next to the Rendl terrace with bars and restaurants, a quick snack break is just a stone’s throw away. And not far from the pleasures of the park, there’s endless powder runs to be enjoyed. Could you ask for a better combination?

Stanton Park is served by two lifts and offers options for all skill levels.
The Arlberg encompasses a truly staggering amount of ski terrain.