The village of St. Anton is the perfect alpine springboard into the Tyrolean Alps. Its long history of skiing has forged its world-class reputation all the way into the twenty-first century. It hosted the Alpine World Ski Championship in 2001 and is constantly listed as one of the best regions for skiing in the world. Visit in the winter months between December and February for ideal backcountry conditions.
The Austrian village of St. Anton am Arlberg is home to a world-class ski resort in the state of Tyrol. Located in the Tyrolean Alps, it is the perfect springboard into the alpine backcountry. The Tyrolean Alps is packed with more than 3,000 kilometres of snowy slopes. The village is a popular spot for all outdoor enthusiasts: hikers, trekkers, climbers, mountaineers, skiers and snowboarders.
Temperatures are very cold in winter, often dropping below 0 degrees, while snow blankets the slopes of the Alps.
Visit between the months of December and February for ideal backcountry skiing conditions.
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