The Hotel Post is the perfect “base camp”. In just a few steps you can reach the Rendl, Galzig or Gampen cable car to help you with the beginning of your ascent, or you start your mountain experience directly from St. Anton. Any equipment you need is available for hire or purchase close to the hotel. Countless other leisure and sport activities are within easy reach.
The liveliness with which St. Anton greets its guests in the winter is matched by this mountain community’s peacefulness in the summer. Take a comfortable stroll from the Hotel Post through the traffic-free parts of town, meet easy-going people or drink coffee on our sun-terrace.
The region of St. Anton am Arlberg is proud to be a recipient of the Wandergütesiegel (seal of excellence for country walks). In order to receive this award, it is not enough to create and care for beautiful natural paths of various lengths and altitudes. They must also be clearly signposted with information regarding destinations, routes, distances, degrees of difficulty, duration of walks and so on.
With such a large network of walks – over 270 kilometres in all – good orientation is of the greatest importance, allowing guests to enjoy the solitary beauty of St. Anton’s mountain scenery in safety, and the meditative silence of the untouched nature free from worry. And like-minded people can be met at the next mountain shelter, lodge or alpine restaurant.
Do you prefer to travel with a qualified guide? Your Hotel Post can organize mountain walks of various lengths for you. And naturally you can find route maps and tips at the hotel reception desk for your excursion into the world of the Arlberg.
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