Winter in St. Anton am Arlberg is so unbelievably versatile since there is much more than skiing and snowboarding. It is precisely for that reason that the majority of people come to Arlberg for a holiday, but there are still many other ways to get active. If there is too much going on for you on the pistes then you could head out on a guided ski tour. Together with a guide you get to tackle secluded lateral valleys and unexploited mountain peaks. Far removed from civilisation all you can hear is the crunching of the snow under your skins and your own breath. Enjoy the indescribable experience of standing alone on a summit, taking in the views in to the distance and then make the first tracks in the unsullied deep snow slopes. One genuinely special feature is also the only winter via ferrata route in Tyrol in the Rendl area. Secured with steel cables throughout, it is appealing in particular in terms of scenery and enables tourers to enjoy a superb route back to St. Anton am Arlberg and to Pettneu.
For winter hikers there are also 70 kilometres of tracked hiking routes, which take you to Verwalltal and other places. Snow shoe tours through the deep snow-covered winter landscape are a special experience. The spectacular backdrop and the majestic tranquillity add to this experience. Excursions on the toboggan run, which is also floodlit on two evenings, are a wonderful fun experience for all the family. A horse-drawn carriage ride is also enchanting and pleases little ones too. Enjoy a leisurely end to a winter evening in the Alps on an ice rink while curling and three times a week right in St. Anton am Arlberg you have the opportunity to do just that. Should the weather not play along, in the new sports centre, arl.rock, there is the opportunity to play a game of tennis or squash, or go climbing.