A short presentation of our region
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Introducing the Region

St. Anton am Arlberg

...is the biggest, best known community in this holiday region. Located at the foot of Stanzer Valley, the town boasts a wide variety of adventure-activities on offer summer and winter for mountain fans young and old alike. Regardless whether on 300 km of marked hiking trails, along 200 km of biking paths or at one of diverse other activities - just immerse into the summertime wonderworld of St. Anton. And for all those who still haven't had enough, the sports centre arl.rock provides everything to make an athletic heart beat a little faster. Or else just relax at the wellness centre ARLBERG-well.com. Or let yourself be whisked to the airy heights in a cabin cablecar up to the Valluga. Experience St. Anton from its summery side!

Pettneu and Schnann

Pettneu, most immediate neighbour of St. Anton am Arlberg, is situated at the foot of the Hoher Riffler. From the summit you can savour truly spectacular views deep into the Allgäu or the eastern Alps of Switzerland. Schnann is particularly well known for its wild and romantic gorge, the Schnanner Klamm, whose sharp cliffs and roaring mountain rapids create a unique experience of nature. And to cool off on hot summer days, there is nothing better than a visit to Wellnesspark Arlberg Stanzertal.

The bus to St. Anton is free of charge, you’re there in 15-20 minutes.

Flirsch

The idyllic mountain village in the heart of Stanzer Valley nestles gently in the lap of the Lechtal Alps. A stopover at St. Bartholomew parish church, including the Lourdes Chapel, is rewarding. Particularly worthwhile is a hike to the 'Mösli' nature reserve.

The bus to St. Anton is free of charge, you're there in 20 minutes.

Strengen

Located at the entrance to Stanzer Valley, its fabulous diversity is immediately visible: Strengen unveils a romantic, typically alpine picture from its site on the centuries-old Roman road to the Arlberg. Well worth seeing are the Rosanna Bridge built in 1765, the chapels along the Roman road and a veritable gem of nature, Egger Pond. Due to its central location, Strengen is an attractive zone for delectable excursions.

The bus to St. Anton is free of charge, you're there in 30 minutes.