Hiking holiday St. Anton. When the mountain summer slowly comes to an end and the first leaves change colour, the cows return from the alpine pastures to the valley, decorated. The return is a reason for the farmers and villagers to thank and celebrate. On this occasion, the beautifully decorated cows and horses with the shepherds will be moving through the pedestrian zone of St. Anton am Arlberg. Numerous onlookers at the roadside cheer for the animals. The Almabtrieb provides annually for a tradition-rich celebration day in the Arlberg municipality.
This wonderful, quieter time in autumn is the ideal time for hiking in St Anton. In total, there are 160 varied hikes to choose from in the Sankt Anton am Arlberg region.

Arrive comfortably by car, train or plane. St. Anton can be easily reached by all means of transport:

You can reach St. Anton by car via Salzburg, Kufstein and Landeck, but there is also a good motorway connection to Sankt Anton am Arlberg via Munich and Stuttgart.
By train: St. Anton has a train station in the middle of town where Eurocity trains also stop. The fastest way is via Munich and Salzburg.
By plane: St Anton does not have its own airport, you have to accept another journey if you want to fly. The airport Innsbruck is 100 km away, from Salzburg it is 300 km and from Munich 250 km to St. Anton.