Great Ski Area And Good Fun…

St Anton doesn’t need much introduction as it’s one of the most famous ski destinations in the world. It’s about a 75-minute drive or train ride west of Innsbruck and very easily accessible for travellers coming from abroad. The village is famous for a very lively après-ski but also has a great mountain for all levels of skier and snowboarders.
The village is fairly small and has a population of about 2500. There’s one main strip going from Galzigbahn towards Nasserein ski lift, where most bars restaurants and hotels are situated.
The Ski Arlberg area is huge and it seems like there are endless options and routes to take, so you definitely won’t be bored. It’s a modern resort as well with some impressive high tech gondolas. The villages of Lech and Zürs are both more upmarket than St Anton. Zürs is small, quieter and more for families meanwhile, Lech is very luxurious with many 5-star resorts, stylish chalets but also nice shops and champagne bars.
Both villages can be easily reached by the free ski buses going in between or you can ski your way back to St Anton as well if you have time and energy.



Ski Routes

306 km

Highest Peak

2811 m



Connected Villages:

Lech & Zürs & St. Christoph

Best For:

Luxury Side or Party Side

  • EASY 43% 43%
  • INTERMEDIATE 40% 40%
  • HARD 17% 17%

Snow provokes responses that reach right back to childhood…

“Andy Goldsworthy”

Eat & Drink

Ullr Gasthouse

Cozy place in the heart of Zürs.

Rote Wand

Modern and sleek restaurant with great food and wine.

Galzig Bistrobar

Casual restaurant with a relaxed vibe in St Anton.


Best place for drinks in St Anton.

Places To Stay

Very modern hotel right next to the main lift.

Modern but cozy hotel with a traditional style.

Stylish and sleek place in the heart of Lech.

Mountain Restaurants


Lunch with great views.


Lively place serving great comfort food.

Favourite Runs

The red runs down from Valluga and the red runs on the western side in Zürs.

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