Twelve resorts, all of them are bearing a resounding name. Popular because of the way their infrastructure has evolved, charming because of their natural relationship to the surrounding areas, the perfect mixture between established tradition and carefully nurtured progress. These authentic villages comprise Chamonix Mont-Blanc, Cortina d’Ampezzo, Davos, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Grindelwald, Kitzbühel, Lech, Zürs am Arlberg, Megève, St. Anton am Arlberg, St. Moritz, Seefeld, and Zermatt. They represent the most prestigious winter sports and summer holiday destinations in five alpine countries. They are market leaders in the excellence market with all of them holding out the guarantee of top quality.

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St. Anton

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A traditional Alpine ski village which has kept pace with the times, St. Anton combines the charm of Austrian hospitality with lively apres-ski activities and some of the most beautiful ski runs in the Alps.

Gateway: Zurich/Munich

St Anton is located on the Tyrol side of the Arlberg pass, which separates the Tyrol and the Vorarlberg. The Arlberg tunnel, under the surrounding mountain ranges, ensures all-weather access in either direction.

St. Anton’s 2 ski schools are famed as the largest ski schools in the world. It’s 300 instructors can teach you how to master the famous Arlberg technique.Peaks over 9,000 feet, a vertical drop of 5,000 feet and runs up to 5 miles long offer a challenge to everyone.

Beginners and intermediates will enjoy the open snow fields accessible by the Rendlbahn gondolas as well as comfortable trails among the Kapall and Galzig complexes. The Galzig-Valluga cable cars carry skiers to the more challenging runs from the Vallugagrat to the village of St. Christoph.

Your St. Anton ski pass is also valid in Zurs, Lech, Stuben, St. Christoph, Sonnenkopf (Klosterle) and Zug.

The apres-ski life is quite diverse including sunny outdoor cafes, late night discos and traditional Tyrolean entertainment

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