We suggest that you evaluate the infrastructure and natural beauty of the ski resort of St. Anton am Arlberg from a bird’s-eye view. As you can see, the tracks are protected from strong winds by the Lehtal Alps, whose peaks, like the walls, stand on the northern border of the resort.
The flying camera shows the highest ski runs of the resort, starting at the border of Tyrol and Vorarlberg, near the top of Valluga. To ascend to a height of 2,800 meters above sea level, vacationers have to change cableways several times. It takes almost half an hour, but then going down to St. Anton am Arlberg you will pass through all the main routes of the resort.
In the 2017/2018 season, the price of a ski pass was 53 euros per day. If you buy a weeklong ski pass, you’ll pay 30 euros per day. It is interesting that the resort has a system discount, depending on the weather; for example, on a hot sunny day a ski pass costs 10% less, and if the slopes are covered with ice crust, then the week of skiing will cost only 218 euros.
For tourists with children (whom you are unlikely to see on the screen because the training routes are at the bottom of the resort) there is a special price of 20 euros per day. These training routes and lifts can be used by adults for 29 euros.