Additional services in St. Anton am Arlberg

Please note that there might be a lack of equipment in the stores during the season. We recommend you book in advance.

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JENNEWEIN pure sportsDorfstrasse 2, 6580 St. Anton am Arlberg

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21/12/2020 - 27/12/2020
directly in store 124.00 €
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Hervis St. AntonDorfstraße 56 - 58, 6580 St. Anton am Arlberg

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21/12/2020 - 27/12/2020
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JENNEWEIN pure sports in DorfGalzig Talstation/valley station (Hotel Anton), 6580 St. Anton am Arlberg

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  • package price for 1 adult


21/12/2020 - 27/12/2020
directly in store 124.00 €
our online price
111.60 €
-10%*
you save 12.40 €
Special Offers
Children free

1 adults enable 1 free child until 10 years

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*Valid from 21/12/2020 to 27/12/2020

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Ski Hire St. Anton am Arlberg: The ultimate guide

With its 300 km of marked runs, St. Anton am Arlberg is a skier's paradise. The slopes are conveniently linked by cable cars, chair lifts and gondolas. Those who decide to descend the slopes should be aware that skiing at St. Anton am Arlberg is a serious business and not for the faint hearted. The consistent snow record coupled with a wide variety of slopes and 340 km of pistes attract many advanced skiers to the region. The majority of St Anton’s terrain is north-facing, as is the town itself. The Rendl sector faces south. Somewhat gentler slopes can be found at the base of the neighboring mountains, Gampen and Kapall, with more challenging runs higher in the mountains.

How to arrange for ski hire St. Anton am Arlberg

For those looking for ski hire in St. Anton am Arlberg, ALPINERESORTS.com offers a great selection of ski rental stores in the region. Ski season in St. Anton am Arlberg brings about an overwhelming demand for ski equipment, which often leads to a shortage of stock in the outlets. To avoid this customers of ALPINERESORTS.com can arrange ski hire St. Anton am Arlberg in advance. Pre-ordering ensures the equipment will be reserved. Ski equipment of the highest quality by leading brands is easy to find in the stores of St. Anton am Arlberg. The same equipment can be ordered online through ALPINERESORTS.com. You can pay in your own currency as long as you have VISA or Mastercard. Payments can also be made using PayPal. For those in search of additional information, ALPINERESORTS.com's team of customer support specialists is at your disposal. They can be promptly reached via phone or email. Shopping with ALPINRESORTS.com comes with several advantages. The site promises the best discounted rates and prices are cheaper even than when arranged directly from the stores on arrival. ALPINERESORTS.com goes that extra mile when arranging ski hire St. Anton am Arlberg. Customers can choose from a host of protection packages against theft, damage, personal injury, transport and hospitalisation and cancellation. Customers can request speciality models tailor made to suit their specific requirements. Those who make group booking or shop over a certain amount can enjoy premium customer support and special discounts.

Top tips for skiing in St. Anton am Arlberg

Crowds are not a major issue in this part of the Alps, however, queues do build up during the peak season for the Valluga cable car and the Zammermoos chairlift. The Happy Valley blue run often gets crowded and queues at the lifts can be avoided by getting to Gampen/Kapall before 2pm. It is important to note that a blue run at St. Anton am Arlberg might be a standard red elsewhere while a red run might be more appropriately considered black. The off-piste routes are classified as normal and extreme with the latter being more challenging. Female skiers can take advantage of the "Ladies First" week with a booklet of discounts and coupons.