Summer holidays

in St. Anton am Arlberg

Holiday

27.11.2021 – 04.12.2021
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Not only great in winter: In summer, you can see St. Anton's landscape in all its glory. Discover the summits and mountain inns via extended hikes, conquer the mountains on your mountain bike or e-bike, or experience the special "St. Anton-Flair" at the traditional festivals and sports events. Exclusively we also offer individual dog training lessons at the Chalet Rosanna.

Exclusively in Summer: Individual Dog Training Lessons at the Chalet Rosanna

Besides renting, working with dogs is the biggest passion of host Ulrike Kerber: She is a certified expert on behaviour counselling, behavioural therapy as well as animal psychology (specialised in dogs). Exclusively in summer, we offer individual training lessons for dogs and their owners. Together we can identify different topical focus points to work on. You are interested in training lessons? Please contact us!

Hiking

Well-marked hiking trails traverse the whole region around St. Anton am Arlberg like a fine network. Follow the trails up to high mountaintops, cozy alpine cabins and to the most beautiful viewpoints!

Biking

Whether e-bike or mountain bike - St. Anton am Arlberg is a true Eldorado for cyclists. Altogether 350 kilometres of cycle tracks offer a lot of variety for families, professionals and beginners of this sport.

The Summer Card

With the St. Anton Summer Card, you have the whole region in your pocket: with your first overnight stay, the guest card is yours with all its benefits. These include, among other things, the use of all cable cars for one full day, one admission to the local swimming pool and many other amenities.

Water Sports, Climbing and Golfing

Great importance is attached to diversion, also in summer. The region offers fixed rope routes, a climbing centre as well as bouldering and climbing routes for climbing enthusiasts. There is also a well-maintained 9-hole golf course for golfers or a swimming pool for water lovers. And for those who need more action: Have you ever tried canyoning or rafting?