St. Anton SUMMER

In Summer St. Anton combines adventure and relaxation in a fairy tale Alpine setting.

The rugged mountains invite you to climb, hike or mountain bike and also provide a spectacular back drop for a game of golf or tennis. The beautiful Rosanna stream that flows through St. Anton provides the perfect setting for catching a trout or exhilarating watersports.

If you prefer a relaxing holiday, the Arlberg Wellness and Arlflow Yoga offer the chance to recharge your batteries.

The internationally renowned Arlberg vie ferrate.

Every year St. Anton attracts climbers from all over the world to climb the three kilometres long and 2,500 meter high Via Ferrata, one of the five prettiest but most difficult Alpine tours. The Vallugagrat cable car station or the Kapall chairlift provide easy access to this tour, which has a 2.000-meter steel cable, 1.050 rope clamps and 500 hooks help to ensure safety. But St. Anton is not only for the expert climber; roped up to a certified mountain guide, amateurs can enjoy climbing to the fullest too. And for younger climbers the high ropes course will provide an unforgettable climbing adventure.

Hiking trails which have been awarded the Tirolean Bergwege seal of approval.

You don’t need to be a climber to enjoy the beauty of the mountains. A 300 kilometres long network of well-marked trails of varying lengths and difficulty allows you to explore nature at your leisure. Hike to the top of the mountain or let the lifts and cable cars help you reach the summit faster, taking you effortlessly to the highest peaks.

Enjoy short and easy or long and demanding cycling routes in gorgeous Alpine surroundings.

Going up the mountain, down the mountain or around the mountain, St. Anton is the starting point for many bike trails and races. Its 350-km network of signposted tracks, along with a good mountain bike network of around 200 kilometres, ensures you have a wide variety of rides to choose from.
Every July, St. Anton hosts the Arlberg Giro with up to 1.500 cyclists competing on the 150km course. But for those for like some extra help or a more leisurely way of sightseeing, e-bikes are available.

A fast flowing stream ensures water adventures surrounded by a stunning scenery

Follow the course of the water, float leisurely down the stream and explore pristine gorges, then be exhilarated by rushing rapids.
H2O Adventure organises sports and fun in safety in the mountains of beautiful Tirol.
Or relax catching a trout in the Rosanna or Verwahl lake, St. Anton’s beautiful fishing sites.

The Arlberg Wellness – leisurely relaxation in the sun

St. Anton is not just for the wiry and thrill seekers, the Arlberg Wellness centre is all about fun and relaxation. With an indoor and outdoor pool, waterslide, whirlpool, sauna and spa, rest and relaxation is guaranteed.

Yoga, meditation and relaxation in breath taking scenery

Inspired by the yearly Mountain Yoga Festival , yoga is now practiced in St. Anton throughout the year. The Arlflow offers lessons in different styles for both beginners and advanced practitioners of all ages. Meditations and relaxation session are also highly prised.