High spirits in summer in St. Anton am Arlberg

Hiking at high altitudes is well-known for the very positive health benefits it brings. And the beautiful wonders of nature are an inspiration to embark on all sorts of explorations. The Arlberg is the perfect area for such explorations because the mountain landscape here has everything, from gentle hikes across mountain pastures to extreme tours in the rugged mountains. This means families can choose a pleasant circular hiking trail, whilst extreme mountain climbers come back each year to try to beat their personal best. But when they start to feel hungry, they’re all drawn to the irresistible mountain inns where they can enjoy local delicacies such as Arlberg “Marend”, a platter of cold cuts and cheese. 

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Jausen Sackerl - a snack to keep you going

We’ve developed the "Jausen-Sackerl” snack bag very much with our young hikers in mind, to sustain them on their energetic exploration of the Mutspuren trail on the Galzig. But it’s also something for all the other visitors who enjoy the circular hiking trail or alternative routes around St. Anton’s local mountain. With this very special little snack, available at the restaurant on the Galzig, you can be sure that you’ll manage the hike even though learning, playing and exploring, not to mention all the physical activity involved, make you hungry. The snack bag also contains a small surprise, which makes exploring the Mutspuren even more fun.

Arlberg summer events

In addition to well-known cycling competitions such as the ARLBERG Giro or the Steinbock Challenge, the annual Mountain Yoga Festival attracts lots of visitors to St. Anton am Arlberg. At the heart of nature, yoga fans can leave their everyday life behind and recharge their batteries under the guidance of experienced experts. For the 24th time the film festival entitled “Berge-Menschen-Abenteuer” (Mountains, People & Adventures) is being held in St. Anton. Breathtaking experiences are provided year after year.

 

More information you can find here!
 

Summer Card

On your very first night in St. Anton am Arlberg, you’ll be given the St. Anton Summer Card free of charge by your accommodation provider. In addition to free use of all the open lifts and cable cars for a full day, and free and unlimited use of all buses between Landeck and St. Christoph, the card enables you to enjoy lots of activities free of charge. Participation in the wide-ranging children's programme Mondays to Fridays is also free.

More information you can find here!

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Breakfast on the Gampen

Hearty breakfast depending on your mood

Power & energy for an active day in nature

Feel-good atmosphere in the inviting Gampen Restaurant

Enjoy the first rays of sunshine on the spacious sun terrace

 

Friday to Tuesday from 8.30 am - 11.30 am!

 

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