Popular destinations in St. Anton

St. Anton and it´s best excursion destinations for your perfect summer holiday Arlberg. Swimming, wellness, tennis. In addition to the hotel’s own indoor swimming pool at the Hotel Kertess, there is also the possibility to visit a fantastic outdoor and indoor swimming pool (Arlberg-well.com). In addition to swimming you can also enjoy the sauna, steam bath, infrared sauna and brine steam bath. For tennis lovers there is a well maintained tennis court.

Stockibach & Stockiquelle

A short hike leads you over a path to the waterfall of the Stockibach. Once there you will be rewarded with a magnificent view of St. Anton and the surrounding mountain ranges. From a viewing platform you can admire the water masses of the Stocki spring plunging down into the valley. The water of this spring has a 2700 km long way in front of it until it finally flows into the Black Sea.

High rope course

The high rope course in the Verwalltal is a good starting point for an excursion to the high ropes course in the Verwalltal. Situated in the forest and directly on the banks of the Rosanna, the waiting adventure is at a height of 6-8 metres. Together with a high ropes course guide, you will balance over tree trunks, climb on rope ladders and literally perform a rope dance with freely suspended stirrups. In order to master the course with a total of eight stations, you need a strong portion of courage and endurance. There is also a low ropes course for small guests.

Moesli at Flirsch

For nature lovers and those interested in the ice age, an excursion to Moesli at Flirsch is a must. The village of Flirsch itself is already a little jewel and a visit to the baroque parish church of St. Bartholomew is always worthwhile. You can get hearty and natural farm products in the alpine dairy a little above the village. In the landscape conservation area Moesli (195 hectares) you will experience an incredible variety of landscapes, which will draw you through all vegetation levels that have existed since the last ice age. These range from barren glaciers, lichens and mosses to dwarf shrubs, larches, spruces and stone pine forests.

The peak “Valluga”

The Valluga peak at 2,809 m is considered the highest mountain in the Arlberg region and offers you a unique view over the Tyrolean Alps. With good visibility you can see the region Allgaeu in Germany, the Verwallgruppe, the Oetztaler Alps, the Stubaier Alps as well as the Silvretta, the Raetikons and the Piz Kersch.
Andreas Madlener was the first man to conquer Valluga in 1877. If you don’t want to hike, you can take the cable car (Galzigbahn and Vallugabahn) up to the summit.