The federal state Tyrol awarded the Arlberg region with its cross-country skiing seal of approval. As we are proud “Tyrolean Cross-Country Skiing Specialists”, you may only expect the best from us. The overall length of our cross-country skiing trails adds up to approximately 40 kilometres.
Are you looking for an alternative beyond the skiing slopes and cannot wait to experience a truly extraordinary winter time activity? Then hop on a toboggan and off you go! Independent of age and without any particular previous skills necessary, tobogganing is famous and beloved as an entertaining winter sport for the whole family.
Beyond paved winter hiking trails, adventurous hikers can also access off-path terrain and experience untouched winter landscapes on specifically designed snowshoes.
When the snow-covered mountains of the region resemble sugar-sweet icing on a cake, countless winter hiking aficionados flock into the region to explore the nine local holiday resorts on more than 70 kilometres of perfectly groomed winter hiking trails and enjoy the incomparable mountain air surrounded by a glistening winter wonderland.
Over the course of the past few years, the alpine winter sport of ski touring has quietly gained more and more popularity. After reaching snow-covered summits and alpine pastures on skis, ski tourers are treated to breathtaking views over a spectacular mountain panorama followed by a joyous downhill ride.
St. Anton am Arlberg is home to Tyrol’s only winter via ferrata. Alpine, ambitious and challenging – and therefore exactly what a mountaineer’s heart desires from a winter holiday at the Arlberg!
Have you ever asked yourself what it would be like to be a bird? To experience limitless freedom in every single cell of your body, to not be subject to any boundaries and to feel the largest free space in the world?
The Arlberg region does not only provide physical recreation surrounded by breathtaking nature, but also plenty of opportunities to soothe mind and soul after an eventful day on the mountain.
Idyllically glistening winter landscapes, snorting horses, an authentic coachman and you – comfortably wrapped up in a warm blanket, accompanied by jingling bells.
You want to spend an active winter holiday also beyond the slopes? In this case, the Arlberg region is the ideal tourist destination for you. Ice skating is a very popular leisure time activity that perfectly combines fun and nature.
Ice stock enthusiasts feel right at home at the Arlberg region! This traditional Tyrolean pastime bears a distinct similarity to Curling. However, here competitors slide the lighter and pin-shaped ice stocks on their flat undersides as precisely as possible and without the aid of any brooms along a smooth ice surface.
At the Arlberg, skittles and bowling do not only make for an ideal bad weather program, but also have a long-standing tradition as popular leisure sports.