St. Anton am Arlberg is a real paradise for walkers. There is a network of paths through picturesque landscape making up a total distance of 300 kilometres. A clearly-marked signposting system gives holidaymakers detailed information about their destination and route, distance, time and difficulty level. As there are so many different hiking routes throughout this extensive network of footpaths, walkers can enjoy the alpine solitude to the full.
St. Anton am Arlberg, awarded the Tyrolean Wandergütesiegel (Hiking Seal of Quality) in summer 2001, now also offers a good running and mountain bike network. A total of approx. 200 kilometres of particularly picturesque tracks await joggers and mountain bikers. All routes are well signposted and designated.
Nerves of steel, like the cable you hang on, plus courage, stamina, strength and skill, these are all needed by the climbing enthusiasts on the vie ferrate around St. Anton am Arlberg. The holiday region is surrounded by pastures and lush meadows, but also nestles in a rugged mountain world, attracting climbers from throughout the world every year between June and October who look for and find challenges here. The Arlberg via ferrate is one of the most demanding Alpine tours.
St. Anton Summer Card
New starting summer 2015 - free-of-charge, on the first day of your vacation, valid until your day of departure, available at your host.