Ski St Anton by Train

340 km of piste between 1304-2811m

Before I say anything else, let me say I unreservedly love St Anton, possibly the most complete ski resort in the world. I have had so many fabulous trips to St Anton: It´s an easy drive from Switzerland, a destination served by rail from the UK and is reasonably well served by a number of airports. The skiing is awesome, there is bags of accessible off-piste and the village is lively, although perhaps not quite as much so as it once was. In some ways the resort has changed for the worse from the point of view of a visitor. The resorts of Lech and Zurs are no longer accessible via the lift system as they once were and there is clearly an attempt to reduce the excesses of the nightlife. However, the Mooserwirt - reputedly the bar serving more beer than anywhere in the whole of Austria - and the Krazy Kangaruh are just the best apres-ski destinations in the whole Alps.

Ski St Anton by train

Getting to St Anton by Train

The best destination to access the downhill slopes by public transport in this ski area is St Anton. Station close to all lifts.

Piste Map for St Anton

Ski and Snowboard using the St Anton trail map

Larger trail map for St Anton

Map of St Anton



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Weather Outlook for St Anton


View of winter sports resort in Tyrol


Accommodation for St Anton and the Surrounding Area

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