St Anton piste map - Overview of the skiing area
Ski resort at a glance - st anton ski map - ski lift
The cradle of alpine skiing
The complete ski region around your adults only Hotel Das Sonnbichl and your b&b Der Steinbock in St Anton on a clearly presented panoramic map: Here you find all aerial tramways, chairlifts and ski lifts. Furthermore, all labelled slopes in their respective level of difficulty, ski routes, toboggan runs and fun parks are retrievable. Take a look at one of the best ski resorts in Austria
And there you can find much more: The overview of the ski region of St Anton am Arlberg informs you interactive about skibus routes and gastronomy, shows pictures from webcams and the livestream informs you about the location of POIs. Just click you through the offers of the slope plan and become better acquainted with the skiing area of St Anton am Arlberg.
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On our interactive slope plan you will find the Slope status, lifts in operation, opened slopes, toboggan runs and the avalanche warning level.
The cradle of Alpine skiing and a paradise for all winter sports enthusiasts
Since 1937, the year of the opening of the Galzigbahn, has made the Arlberg ski resort a name for itself. A total of 88 cable cars and lifts offer the highest standard of safety and comfort. The journey up there is just as easy as the impressive skiing down to the valley on the perfectly prepared ski runs.
From December - April we offer magnificent skiing pleasure with the best conditions. St Anton is reliable: located at over 1 340 metres above sea level, this is one of the ski resorts with the most snow in Austria and on top of that the Arlberg offers:
- 305 km of ski runs for all abilities
- 200 km of deep snow runs
- 88 ski lifts between 1300 and 2800 metres above sea level
- 131 km of easy/blue runs
- 123 km of medium/red runs
- 51 km of difficult/black runs
Winter operation hours of calbe cars and ski lifts
Here you get information about the opening hours of all cable cars in Stanton, St Christoph, Stuben, Lech and Warth am Arlberg.
- The main cable cars and ski lifts in St Anton, St Christoph, Stuben, Lech, Zürs and Warth are generally working from 8.45 am - 4.15 pm
- Please note at the lift stations the detailed working hours of ecah lift
- Current weather conditions your will find here
- Take a look at the live webcams from the ski area
Which ski run is most suitable for beginners and experts?
Here you will find an overview for the different ski slopes that are provided by the operators of the skiing area: The ski runs are marked for your orientation and safety function.
Blue marked ski run
The easiest kind of ski run is the blue marked ski piste. The percent slope does not exceed a max of 25%, except for short parts. Blue ski runs are best for beginners
Red marked ski run
Red marked ski runs are difficulty level MIDDLE and dose not exceed a max of 40% . Perfect for advanced skiers
Black marked ski run
Most difficult category are the BLACK marked ski runs. The Black ski runs are only for experts.
A not prepared and not controlled ski run is a ski route and it is marked with the ski route sign. Next to missing preparation ski routes are often placed in difficult terrain. As well as being unprepared, ski routes generally follow a challenging course. Suitable for descents on skis or snowboards