Cable cars and ski pass prices on the Arlberg
The perfect skiing holiday on the Arlberg
The Arlberg is the cradle of skiing and accommodates several excellent ski resorts that have grown together over the years. In the meantime you can look forward to 340 kilometres of slopes and another 200 km of powder snow runs.
97 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts await you:
- 13 cable cars
- 50 chair lifts
- 34 drag lifts
St. Anton ski resort layout
The Arlberg is divided into several ski resorts, which are not all linked to each other by lifts and runs. Where there isn't a direct link, the ski buses (blue) stop and take you to the next spot. By the way, freeskiers and snowboarders also have an excellent fun park on the Rendl, called Stanton Park.
The ski resorts linked up by the ski bus are:
- St. Anton / St. Christoph / Stuben
- Lech / Oberlech / Zürs / Warth / Schröcken
You can find a summary of the winter hiking trails and map of the cross-country skiing trails to download here:
Ski pass prices for the Arlberg
Choose your holiday dates and look at the exact prices for your ski pass in the price list. We will also be happy to inform you about the cheapest method for you at the hotel. By the way, as a guest of the Sporthotel you save money on ski storage: You are provided with this free of charge at the Galzigbahn cable car bottom station next to Alber Sport.
How to get to the ski resort from the Sporthotel
The Galzigbahn cable car (where you have free ski storage at the bottom station) and the Gampenbahn cable car are situated just 200 metres away from the Sporthotel St. Anton. The Rendlbahn can also be reached in less than 5 minutes. Your day's skiing starts straight after breakfast.