Mountain railway and ski pass prices on the Arlberg
A perfect skiing holiday on the Arlberg
The Arlberg is the cradle of the skiing sport, and the mountain boasts several excellent ski regions that have, over the years, grown closer together. Between them all, visitors can now enjoy 340 kilometres of groomed slopes and another 200km of deep-snow descents.
87 state-of-the-art railways and lifts are ready to take you wherever you need to go:
- 13 cable railways
- 50 chairlifts
- 24 T-bar lifts
The layout of the St. Anton ski region
The Arlberg is divided into several ski regions, not all of which are connected to one another by lifts or descents. Where there is no direct connection, the ski buses (blue) will pick up passengers and take them to the next location. Freeskiers and snowboarders can also enjoy the excellent Stanton Park fun park in Rendl.
The ski buses provide transport between the areas of:
- St. Anton / St. Christoph / Stuben
- Lech / Oberlech / Zürs / Warth / Schröcken
You will find a downloadable overview of the winter hiking paths and cross-country ski trails attached:
Ski pass prices for the Arlberg
Please select your dates in the price list to see the exact cost of your ski pass. Once you arrive, we will be happy to advise you on the most affordable options. In any case, Sporthotel guests save money immediately when it comes to the ski depot – this is provided free for our guests by Sport Alber at the Galzigbahn valley station.
Getting to the slopes from your Sporthotel
The Galzigbahn (the valley station of which contains a free ski depot for our guests) and the Gampenbahn are just 200 metres away from the Sporthotel St. Anton. You can also get to the Rendlbahn in less than five minutes, so your day's skiing can start right after breakfast.