Galzig (for advanced skiers and carving fans)On the Galzig you have a brilliant view over St. Anton and the Stanzertal â€“ here you will find an ideal carving slope and advanced skiers will have a lot of fun here!
Top tip: With the chairlift you can easily go up again and then you should make your way to Schindlerkar!
Schindlerkar (for conditioned and advanced skiers)From the Schindlerkar a long slope goes down via the Valvergehrtal down to Stuben. While you are sliding down you will overcome a height difference of 1,200 meters and the views from the valley are fantastic!
Top tip: Take your camera with you and have a picture break every now and then!
Gampen and Kapall (for conditioned pros)From Gampen and Kapall sits the legendary Kandahar world-cup slope from the year 2001. Down the slope was also a part of the alpine ski world championship and you go down from Kampall to St. Anton â€“ to do this without a break you have to be a very conditioned skier.
Top tip: You should go there in the afternoon when the hillsides are in direct sunlight!
Easy Area (for children and beginners)The Easy Area is great fun for everyone who is taking his or her first steps on the boards. Several easier obstacles can be overcome and you can check out your progress!
Top tip: This snow park is constantly recreated, so even if you have been here before, you will be surprised to see the new features!
Medium Area (for advanced skiers, snowboarders or free riders)In the Medium Area of the snow park you can find some medium to hard obstacles, which are perfect for advanced winter sports athletes. It is a big winterâ€™s playground where you can learn something new and check out your skills!
Top tip: In the Medium Area also advanced beginners can test their skills!
Pro Area (for pros â€“ snowboard and ski)In the Pro Area of the St. Anton snow park are more challenging obstacles waiting for you. Kickers, wall rides, several boxes and rails are the challenges for you here!
Top tip: Even if you are not a professional you wonâ€™t get bored here. Just have a seat at the Rendl restaurant and enjoy a drink, while you are watching the pros jumping and beating the obstacles!
Fun slope (for the whole family)Between the Osthang and the Zammersmoosbahn is a five hundred meter long slope waiting for you. The slope is full of smaller and bigger obstacles and the whole family will enjoy this slope! When you are done with this slope you will probably go back again, to have another round of fun!
Top tip: The new lift TanzbÃ¶denbahn is able to transport five children securely â€“ only one adult must guide the children!
Hoppelweg (for children and young at heart adults)The blue marked slope 23 from Gampen to the valley is the home of the ski rabbit Hoppel. The rabbit will be with you on the entire slope and tells the kids everything about the FIS rules and other security rules on the mountain. Young and old like this lovely rabbit!
Top tip: In the forest area are also many small and big animals you can discover!
Freeride (for snowboarders and free riders)With a total of 200 kilometers is the Arlberg a paradise for snowboarders and free riders! The security is very important here and you can find signs at the Galzi, the Gampen and the Rendl that tell you important information about the avalanche danger, weather conditions and Backcountry rules.
Top tip: Free riding can be dangerous, that is why you should be sure to be well informed. At the Arlberg you can visit a free Freeride Safety training where you learn many facts about secure free riding!
Tobogganing Gampen (tobogganing)From Gampen a tobogganing slope goes through the forest with many curves down to Nasserein. The slope is 4.3 kilometers long and you can have fun on the sledge daily between 12 noon and 4.15 pm!
Top tip: On Tuesdays and Thursdays the tobogganing slope is illuminated and you can use it between 9.30 and 10.30 pm â€“ wonderfully romantic!
Winterklettersteig (for climbers)In the area of Rendl you will find the Winterklettersteinweg for the climbers in St. Anton. The route is over 850 meters long and secured with a steel rope â€“ this route makes sure that climbers can enjoy their hobby in the wintertime!
Top tip: If you want to go on the Winterklettersteinweg you need good stamina â€“ about twenty percent of the route has to be climbed on the rock and the rest are normal walking routes!