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St. Anton (Ski Arlberg)
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Ski Arlberg with its resorts St. Anton, Lech-Zürs, and Warth-Schröcken stands for top-notch ski sports. A total of 305 kilometres (190 miles) of groomed slopes, and an additional 200 kilometres...

89/100 Score

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(Number of reviews: 16)

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Overall: 89 / 100
  • Great variety of slopes for advanced skiers
  • Guaranteed to have great snow
  • Great value for money
  • Lots of easy terrain
  • Modern Lifts
  • Good Après-Ski
  • Designated areas for children
  • Great variety of slopes

    One of the best, most diverse ski resorts in the world!

    Ski Arlberg with its resorts St. Anton, Lech-Zürs, and Warth-Schröcken stands for top-notch ski sports. A total of 305 kilometres (190 miles) of groomed slopes, and an additional 200 kilometres (124 miles) of ungroomed terrain, make Arlberg so outstandingly diverse. Almost nothing is left to be desired.

    From beginners and families to free riders and advanced skiers, everyone finds a suitable run on Arlberg. Even experienced Wold Cup pros like German ski star Felix Neureuther are enthusiastic about Arlberg. It's not only the variety of slopes, however, that makes Arlberg one of the best ski resorts in the world. The local amenities are equally world-class.

    The resort is one of the most snowsure in Austria, it boasts some of the most modern lifts in the world, and a unique variety of different on-mountain restaurants – from self-service huts to fine dining establishments.

    If skiing means party to you, après-ski stronghold St. Anton is the place to be. Meanwhile, well-heeled skiers prefer Lech. If you don't care two figs about party, Zürs, Warth, and Schröcken provide more peace and quiet.

    Altogether, Arlberg has an amazing offer that is unprecedented anywhere else in the world. Hence, Arlberg is one of the best ski resorts in the world – and will stay that for the forseeable future.


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    Suzanna (Age: 41-45)
    Skill: n.V. • in Mar 2022
    Travelled as: Family
    Not for beginner
    Blue pists are too narrow and steep to be blue, marking is wrong, rather difficult. Please its impossible to ski for beginners with hills and bumps in the middle of the pists. I love when there is a fresh snow on pists, and how long and connected they are.
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    Tomsen (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Advanced • in Feb 2022
    Travelled as: Family
    Ski resort rather so average
    No real ski circuit, some destinations can only be reached by gondola / lift. In addition, some lifts of older design. There is still something - especially at the prices.
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    Ferdinand (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Advanced • in Feb 2022
    Travelled as: Group
    The name alone is not enough
    From the ski area I can not say much because was pretty bad weather! Price performance and service below any criticism. If because of bad weather in St. Anton only 3 slopes are in operation and sti... Read complete review
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    Lechthaler Lucia (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Pro • in Jan 2021
    Travelled as: Couple
    Thanks to the Arlberger Bergbahnen for making skiing possible for us despite the pandemic.
    Beautiful large ski area, no waiting times at the lifts super prepared slopes lots of space despite Corona measures. The mountain railway is very keen to ensure that the distances and the Corona me... Read complete review
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    Walter (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Pro • in Dec 2019
    Travelled as: Family
    Expensive, crowded and poorly groomed slopes
    Wide range of slopes, numerous ski touring possibilities, ski pass, accommodations and huts very expensive, often bad weather
    Antje (Age: 31-35)
    Skill: Beginner • in Mar 2020
    Travelled as: Group
    Large ski area but not really modern
    Outdated lifts, hardly any restaurants and when they are crowded. Poor signposting in the ski area and on the slopes often very narrow and steep.Even beginners quickly turn into red slopes
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    Peter (Age: 61-70)
    Skill: Pro • in Jan 2020
    Travelled as: n.V.
    Super(!), even in one word.
    Ski Arlberg offers something for everyone. Especially for advanced and expert skiers, there is everything, besides the "Run of fame", also the 200 km of very well signposted freeride slopes, which ... Read complete review
    MvK (Age: 46-50)
    Skill: Pro • in Dec 2016
    Travelled as: Family
    Very large ski resort with a good mix of pistes of all difficulty levels. You can do exciting tours now that there is the new connection St Anton-Lech.
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    Maria (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Advanced • in Mar 2018
    Travelled as: Couple
    Fantastic, sporty and varied
    MaBa (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Pro • in Dec 2017
    Travelled as: Group
    Deep snow
    Wide-area Apres-Ski Deluxe-Extremely expensive on the Lech side
    Knaller (Age: 41-45)
    Skill: Pro • in Nov 2017
    Travelled as: Group
    Great class
    Since the connection of Zürs and Stuben, the ski resort is barely surpassed. Especially beautiful: on Rendl and in Stuben there are still pistes and lifts off the big crowds. You can make a detour to the site almost everywhere.
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    Nigg (Age: 14-18)
    Skill: Advanced • in Nov 2017
    Travelled as: Family
    Fun in the snow
    Beautiful views, excellent pistes, super huts for a cosy lunch just so but au to celebrate, simply gigantic and only further to the Entpfellen. I and my papa have been coming to you for many years once in the winter and are consistently enthusiasticThanks for this
    Iulia Patru (Age: 31-35)
    Skill: Advanced • in Nov 2017
    Travelled as: Group
    Ready to explore
    Marc (Age: 36-40)
    Skill: Pro • in Nov 2017
    Travelled as: Group
    Always the best ski resort
    For me DSS best ski resort at all. The first time with eight years there and since then infected with the Arlberg virus and my tip is stuben, especially in the spring there the northern enjoy
    Marcel (Age: 31-35)
    Skill: Pro • in Oct 2017
    Travelled as: Couple
    Simply Super ski resort where everything fits.
    Daniel Opel (Age: 26-30)
    Skill: Advanced • in Oct 2017
    Travelled as: Group
    For me not for nothing the cradle of Alpine skiing
    For me, this diversity and the sight of this unique mountain backdrop is the non plus Ultra. ???? It was my first winter holiday in the mountains I spent there and I think there won't be many ski r... Read complete review
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