St. Anton: Events and Highlights

Winter 2017 - 2018

Advent in St. Anton am Arlberg

November/December

Most people can look back on magical childhood memories of excitedly looking forward to Christmas. The eager anticipation, wonderment, lights and sweet fragrances. These feelings can be relived in St. Anton am Arlberg. „Advent Magic in the Park“

Arlberg-Pass Krampalar Lauf

05.12.

Young lads in terrifying costumes accompany St. Nicholas through the streets of St. Anton: The Krampalar, as they are known as in Arlberg, wear fearsome carved masks and a so-called Devil’s skin. No need to worry, though, because underneath their evil disguise they’re really quite harmless and friendly. The Krampus Devil’s Run in St. Anton am Arlberg is a Tyrolean custom that really has to be seen.

Wiltener boys choir Concert

27.12.

The year idyllically and entertainingly finishes with a concert from the Wiltener boys choir in St. Anton am Arlberg.

Ski show "Schneetreiben"

30.12. - 18.04.

Together with the Ski School Arlberg and Arlberger Bergbahnen Cable Car Co, St. Anton am Arlberg Tourist Board will be presenting the Ski Show with a whole new look. The show takes place every Wednesday at 9.00 pm. Admission is free.

Arlberger New Year's concert

04.01.

Classical music lovers are inspired at the New Year's concert at the Championship Hall in the ARLBERG-well.com.

Ladies First

06.01. - 27.01.

No matter if you stay in St. Anton am Arlberg, Pettneu, Flirsch or Strengen every female guest can pick up a personal copy of the “Ladies First Booklet” and a small welcome present at the Tourist office St. Anton.

Ski Club Arlberg week

27.01. - 03.02.

The Ski Club Arlberg in the Arlberg region offers its members a very special week in the new year. Under the slogan “experience the cradle of skiing”, various activities are offered to Ski Club Arlberg members over the course of a whole week.

"The White Thrill"

21.04.

The spring sporting highlight – "The White Thrill" - several hundred skiers, snowboarders, bigfooters and telemarkers meet on the Valluga at 2,650 metres for the mass start.