The mountain summer awakens on July 4rd

Biking, hiking, coming up and coming down

In the warm season, pure mountain sport dominates in St. Anton am Arlberg against the intoxicating natural backdrop.
Summer 2020 is in a special light: after troubled times in their own four walls as the limit of many possibilities, people long for relaxation in a healing nature, dream of fresh mountain air and active summit experiences.

This is exactly what guests have always found in St. Anton am Arlberg.
The Tyrolean “world village” is known for its original charm and the warmth of its hosts.

From July 3, the entire holiday region along the Rosanna to the Stanzertal with the municipalities of Pettneu, Schnann, Flirsch and Strengen will again be welcoming their summer guests with open arms.

“We are there for you” is the message – emotionally, personally and full of anticipation.

A ticket full of possibilities:

◊ Starting with an overnight stay in the St. Anton am Arlberg holiday region, hotels and guest houses welcome their guests with the summer card,

 The ticket offers the following:
◊ While some attend free yoga sessions, others practice archery or go on an e-bike tour (bike rental for two hours included).
◊ Also included are trips with all buses between Landeck and St. Christoph, entry to the Arlberg WellCom swimming pool and use of the St. Anton cable cars for     one day.
◊ For a fee, holidaymakers can “upgrade” their ticket to a premium card with additional offers.
◊ The summer card is valid from July 3, 2020 for the entire summer season.

Excursion tip:
◊ The versatile Verwall valley. A particularly attractive hiking and cycling route leads through the local recreation area Verwalltal not far from St.  Anton’s     village   center. The route runs past meadows, forests, streams and the emerald- green Verwallsee and is easy to drive even with prams. In winter 2019/20 the   new Wagner hut opened its gates there, a cozy meeting point for locals and visitors.
◊ A rewarding stopover for climbing fans is the high and low rope garden with 22 climbing stations up to twelve meters high.
◊ Brave people overcome their dizziness at the “Flying Fox” over the Rosanna Gorge.
◊ There is a playground by the lake with a fire pit, and there is another barbecue and picnic area near the Wagner hut.
◊ Interactive nature stations along the way allow visitors to immerse themselves in the myths and legends of the St. Anton am Arlberg region in a playful way.
◊ At the waterfall, the 35-meter-long steel cable suspension bridge provides adrenaline kicks.
◊ In the “EldoRADo” bike area, two-wheeler fans rave about the pump track, northshore trail, kick-off and more.
◊ Alternatively, laps can be made with KTM e-motocross bikes on the specially built cross-track.
◊ For the offspring, the “EldoRADo” also has slight bends and obstacles that are even suitable for wheels.