St. Anton am Arlberg

Ihr Transfer Innsbruck St. Anton am Arlberg:

Entfernung ca. 95 km, Fahrzeit ca. 01:00.

PKW: 4 Fahrgäste ohne Ski oder 3 Fahrgäste mit Ski. Minivan: bis zu 8 Fahrgäste.

PKW Hinfahrt: € 150,–


PKW hin & retour: € 300,–


Minivan Hinfahrt: € 165,–


Minivan hin & retour: € 330,–


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Our transfer Innsbruck St. Anton takes you to the cradle of Alpine Skiing.

About 100 km west of Innsbruck you will reach St. Anton, cradle of Alpine Skiing. The center of the municipality is located on 1,285 meters above sea level, the entire municipality, however, extends to an elevation of 3184 m. Arriving at Innsbruck Airport it is a one hour drive on the Inntal motorway west towards Switzerland to the place where the alpine skiing began.

St. Anton had many names in the past.

Within 750 years, St. Anton was renamed five times.

  • Vallis Taberna first name in 1275
  • Stanzertal
  • St. Jakob
  • Nasserein
  • St. Anton am Arlberg 1927
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Bau des Arlberg Tunnels

Bau / Construction Arlberg Tunnel

With the construction of Arlberg-Train during the years 1880 – 1884 the train station that was established was named “St. Anton am Arlberg” though the community name was still Nasserein. In 1927, the Municipality changed the villages name into St. Anton am Arlberg.

The Arlberg-Train brought tourists and the Post Hotel was built

Carl Schuler built the first hotel in St. Anton, which was opened in 1897 under the name of Post Hotel. The hotel offered about 110 beds and the luxury of central heating, electric light and a tennis court and a bowling alley.

The Post Hotel soon was followed by other hotels with a yearly growing number of guest beds. In  1910 St. Anton already decreed over 328 beds, at the beginning of World War II, the number of beds had been increased to over a thousand. Unfortunately tourism declined significantly during the war, but skiers came back afterwards.

Ski Club Arlberg

Ski Club Arlberg Logo
Lizenz / Licens for usage 19.08.2016

Development of Alpine Skiing

1907: Alpine skiing begins at the Arlberg with the Arlberg Ski Club


In  January 1901 the Arlberg Ski Club was founded at the Hospiz Hotel in St. Christoph.  Six years later the famous ski instructor Hannes Schneider took notice of the booming ski tourism within the region and decided to settle down in St. Anton. He brought along a new skiing technique, called it his “Arlberg technique“ and revolutionized the way of skiing in a significant way.

International press got interested in the funny new kind of sport where people slip down snow covered mountain slopes with wooden planks tied on their feet. Numerous headlines started to call St. Anton, the cradle of Alpine skiing.

The development of Skiing tourism

Galzigbahn construction 1937

With the construction of the cable car to the Galzig the foundation for a large-scale cable car system  Zas laid. Starting in 1956, the development in St. Anton sat up rapidly advancing the millennium.

Rendlbahn construction 1965

Further cable cars were built in 1965 to 1975, including the redevelopment of the Moos valley with Rendlbahn.

100% snow guarantee since 1990

During the 1990 years the expansion of snowmaking facilities throughout the whole Arlberg ski resort gives skiers a snow guarantee until the early spring. Since then St. Anton counts nearly one million overnight stays per winter season.

St. Anton today

Nowadays tourism dominates the entire economy in the Arlberg region. Of course there lots of other brands but they all depend on tourism. The Arlberg Bergbahnen joint-stock company with its cable cars and ski lifts hourly transports over 58,400 people to the mountain peaks and is the largest employer within the resort.

Closing the loop 2016/2017

In winter 2016/17 it will first be possible from St. Anton, starting on St. Christoph, Stuben, Zürs and from there to train, over Lech to Warth and to enter the area on Schröck Schieren. The circle in one of the largest ski areas has closed. If you think about bringing your skis along on your transfer Innsbruck St. Anton then that is no problem. There are no extra charges.

The infrastructure in conjunction with Lech, Zürs, Warth and Schröcken

  • 97 lifts and cable cars
  • 305 km of groomed slopes in all degrees of difficulty,
  • 200 km natural, but backed off-piste routes,
  • 10 ski hiking routes,
  • 4.5 km floodlit toboggan runs

These are impressive indicators of the Arlberg ski area and for the physical well-being in the entire ski well catered for by numerous lodges and restaurants.

Apres ski, parties and festivals

St. Anton is known for its discos, pubs and bars in the “Dorfstraße” and on the slopes along the downhill runs. Just to name some of the most famous:  Krazy Kangaroo, the Kaminstube, the MooserWirt, and the TAPS on the slopes. Some other are the Bobo’s that Murrmel Bar, the Piccadilly, the Postkeller and Scotty’s. Due to the high proportion of international guests (over 50% are non-German) is the „pubs language“ partially is English.

We take you to St. Anton, the cradle of Alpine Skiing.

Innsbruck Airport taxi – Gangl Transfers has been a reliable supplier for taxi transfers to St. Anton for the past 25 years. Join us and visit the most famous mountain resorts in the world: to St. Anton, the cradle of Alpine skiing. Beside our transfer Innsbruck St. Anton we also offer transfers to all resorts within the Arlberg area:

Transfer Innsbruck St. Anton

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