The Alps cover most of Austria so there are lots of opportunities to ski Austria. Austria is where alpine skiing was born and perfected, and the Austria ski resorts offer a very traditional skiing experience which resorts in other countries try to emulate. St Anton ski resort in the Arlberg region attracts advanced skiers and has the most rocking après in the world. Lech and Zurs are fit for princes and princesses, whilst Kitzbuhel and the Innsbruck ski resorts are also popular Europe ski resorts.
The Austrian city of Innsbruck is one of Europe’s oldest and most beautiful ski centres. Nestled in the Tyrolean Alps, the area is perfect for skiers and boarders of all levels, all skiing regions are within easy reach and offer their visitors a wide variety of sporting activities. Having hosted the Winter Olympics twice, they really have all winter sports covered. The winter sports capital Innsbruck reads like a wish list: easy for beginners, steep for advanced skiers and extreme for free riders. That is all available with just 1 ski pass where you ski in 9 different ski resorts. And once you have finished your last run you can enjoy the amenities the capital city of the Alps has on offer.
St. Anton combines fantastic skiing and a charming cosmopolitan village with a pedestrian only shopping area plus a wide range of attractions. St Anton is part of the Arlberg area of ski resorts — a region that includes 94 cable cars and ski lifts, 340 km (210 mi) of groomed pistes and 200 km (120 mi) of deep-snow runs, all of which are covered under one liftpass. St Anton dominates the Arlberg ski region. It is famous for its challenging intermediate and advanced terrain. The off piste areas provide a mecca for experienced skiers, while the ski school is reputed to be the oldest and one of the best in all of Europe. Just like merging trails, the mountain and the nightlife of St Anton in the Austrian Alps come together to form a perfect run for the Ski Aprés-minded sloper. A frequent host of the World Alpine Championship, St Anton is a slope side Ski Village at the foot of the Alberg pass.