Mountain-summer in St. Anton
St. Anton am Arlberg is valid in summer as a mountain bike-eldorado. On nearly 200 km of mountain bike distances, there is something for every type of mountain biker! Comfortable cyclists and families enjoy the fresh mountain air on light distances in the midst of green meadows and shady woods. For the hard ones among the mountain bikers numerous distances lead partly precipitously uphill to huts and alps.
Info: free mountain bike transport with the Rendlbahn; E-bike rental company here
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 you detailed information about your 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 fullest.
Senn's miracle footpath
A special excursion for the whole Family.
The miracle footpath helps you to experience a lot of interesting facts about local herbs, plants and animals. Senn's miracle footpath lies in a light area all around the hut (in 1500 m). Walk to one of the nicest huts in St. Anton and experience the sore nature.
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The Arlberg-well.com is a true heaven of rest and relaxation. Enjoy the ultimate get-wet pleasures in the scenic indoor pools as well as the heated outdoor-sports pool.
Completely aligned to your senses are the waterfall and the whirlpool. For little ones, there is a small pool and a slide.
3 swimming pools
indoor pool - 12.9m x 12.6m with flume to elliptical current-pool (15m), children's pool – 6.9m x 3.6m, outdoor pool – 25m x 8m
Golf & Minigolf
St. Anton offers its summer guests a charming 9-hole golf course which provides challenges for both - beginners and advanced players. Lending racquet, trainer's hours, child afternoons, place maturity courses - and all only a few steps from the local centre and impressively alpine surroundings.
You prefer to play mini-golf? No problem! Beside the museum of St. Anton there are tricky mini-golf stations.
Tennis in- & outdoor
St. Anton offers the ideal possibilities to play tennis, indoor as well as outdoor. In the Arl.rock center are 2 tennis courts available for you in the hall, as well as 2 sandy places at the Arlberg-well.com.
In the arl.rock shop you can find the suitable equipment and rental company offer.
Right on the banks of the Rosanna River, it is not just your pulse rate that soars. At a height of six metres, you can balance between the trees.
The route runs over eight stations, demanding a certain degree of coordination. Initial training includes balancing on tree trunks and walking along rope ladders. Safety, introduction and guidance are carried out with great professionalism.
Registration for the High Ropes Course: at the H2O office at the arl.rock or call +43 (0) 5446 2625.
Climbing and bouldering
Indoor-and outdoor climbing is more than only a sport. The Arl.rock offers indoor wall bars with about 65 routes and an undeveloped outskirt area with 30 routes.
Also boldering is represented. Bouldering means climbing without protection of the rope.
On 80 m² you can try out everything from light up to really heavy challenges. A lot of fun, besides!
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Climbing steep path
Nerves of steel, like the cable you hang on, plus courage, strength and skills. 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, attracting climbers from throughout the world every year between June and October.
The three kilometres long and up to just under 2.500 meters high route in St. Anton am Arlberg is one of the five prettiest, but most difficult Alpine tours. At dizzy heights, the climbers venture along steep rock faces and over narrow ledges, scramble up vertical rock faces and cross craggy ridges. The aerial route leads over the Knoppenjochspitze, Lisunspitze, Haizähne and the Weißschrofenspitze. Four to six hours are required for the route, depending on the weather and level of fitness. A 2.000-meter steel cable, 1.050 rope clamps and 500 hooks help to ensure safety along the way.
Bowling and Squash
Enjoy play, fun and sport in the Arl.rock center of St. Anton. The Arl.rock offers 4 modern skittle-alleys and a connected bar / lounge area. Play and be active – quite for all age-groupes!
But also for those who like to play Squash, the Arl.rock is the place to be! Squash is a quick game. It requires your whole condition as well as psychic and physical presence. Holding the small, round ball in the game and, besides, cleverly maneuver. With full application!
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