Gateway City: Zürich
Transfer Time: 2.5 Hours
Via: Motorcoach

Beginner: 40%
Intermediate: 48%
Expert: 12%


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St. Anton

For those who followed Austria’s first skier, Viktor Sohm and his famous student Hannes Schneider, St. Anton was the cradle for these founding fathers of modern skiing. Today it is still a small town filled with skiers in the winter months, speaking many languages, mixing the old with the new. At a mountain café in late afternoon, a ‘tea dance’ at the Post or one of the many clubs going until the wee hours, you, too, can meet the greats, near-greats and the wannabes in this true skiers’ resort.

Hannes Schneider started the ski school in 1912 before coming to the States. Today its 250 instructors still teach his world-famous Arlberg method, now adapted to our technologically modified skis. Try it on any of the more than 215 miles of trails or 125 miles of off-piste powder. To enjoy the full extent of the Arlberg, take the new amazing interconnecting Flexenbahn from just above Alpe Rauz and zip over the peaks to Zürs for a quick lunch on Oberlech’s sunny plateau. There are more than 87 lifts encircling nine resorts: Zürs, Lech, Zug, Stuben, Warth, Schröcken, St. Christoph, and Klösterle with St. Anton. The Gampen/Kapall area in St. Anton is great for novice skiers and Grand-Kreuz/Gampen for intermediates. Last year a new 10 passenger Schindlergrat gondola was installed, another of the resort’s ongoing upgrades and St. Anton accepts the Epic pass for three days.

Hotels in St. Anton


Not too many years ago this was Dr Murr’s clinic. Today it’s a small, very cozy 17 room hotel run by Dr. Murr’s wife and daughter. Due to its previous life, most of the rooms are actually balconied deluxe doubles and suites. Always looking to improve, in the summer of 2019 they redid the reception and the lobby, three more rooms and all the baths along with all new curtains and carpeting. They’ve also a pool, sauna, and steam bath are there for guests’ restoration. As a garni hotel, they only serve breakfast and rest assured, Alexandra and her mother will have your every care attended to.

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The Waldhof is a product of a marriage made in proverbial hotel heaven. Andrea and Michael Ladner met at the Arlberg Hospiz. She was head of reception and he, a sous chef. After years of planning, they opened their 18 room Waldhof in December of ’08 to rave reviews! Located on the edge of a forest, it is very eco-friendly. The châlet is thermally heated and the rooms paneled with Swiss stone pine lowering stress levels and heart rates while sleeping. Staying at the Ladners’ very personal hotel, guests enjoy Michael’s creative cuisine made with the finest local ingredients – to which I can attest, it’s wonderful! Add the sauna, a steam bath, complimentary morning ski shuttle, and perhaps meeting Lukas, their young son, all make visiting the Waldhof something special!

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Over the past several years, the Hotel Post re-invested in itself. The bar, restaurant and dining room were redone as were the bedrooms. But don’t think its smiling hospitality was tossed out with the proverbial dishwater. Guests still get a warm greeting, sparkling service and enjoy more tangible assets: comfortably furnished rooms; terrific cuisine; a pool, Jacuzzi, two saunas, salt water steam bath, and masseuse; kinder-care for that disco night; and a very central location, right in the pedestrian area. Yes, the Post is a St. Anton landmark because it is big and small, old and new, comfortable and very friendly!

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