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Route planner St. Anton am Arlberg-St. Christoph-Stuben

Access St. Anton am Arlberg-St. Christoph-Stuben & on-site parking

The St. Anton am Arlberg-St. Christoph-Stuben ski resort is very quickly accessible from the Arlberg highway (Bludenz-Landeck), which is almost like an Autobahn. Day guests pay € 7 to park in the village of St. Anton. Multi-day guests park directly at their hotels. Free parking is available in St. Christoph, in Stuben at the Albona lift and Alpe Rauz.


Winter Closure

The road from Lech to Warth is closed in the winter!


Route Planner to the ski resort St. Anton am Arlberg-St. Christoph-Stuben

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Access via

Mobility on-site
  • Comprehensive ski bus network
  • Scheduled buses
  • It is recommended that guests leave their cars outside the town and use the public transportation

Access via Arlberg Expressway, Exit St. Anton am Arlberg
4 km Distance - approx. 5 Minutes driving time
Destination
  • Nassereinbahn, Nassereinergasse 8, 6580 Sankt Anton am Arlberg, Austria
  • Entry suitable for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, Tarred parking lot
  • for a fee
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Entry point Nassereinbahn, Sankt Anton am Arlberg

11 km Distance - approx. 12 Minutes driving time
Destination
  • St. Christophbahn, Sankt Christoph 26, 6580 St. Christoph am Arlberg, Austria
  • Entry suitable for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, Car park, Stone parking lot
  • free of charge
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Entry point St. Christophbahn, St. Christoph am Arlberg
Access via Arlberg Expressway, Exit Langen am Arlberg
4 km Distance - approx. 4 Minutes driving time
Destination
  • Albonabahn 1, Stuben 46, 6762 Stuben am Arlberg, Austria
  • Entry suitable for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, Stone parking lot
  • free of charge
Roads
  • Main street, Mountain road, well-developed, with significant incline
  • Snow chains sometimes required by snowfall
  • Road closure due to avalanches sometimes possible
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Entry point Albonabahn 1, Stuben am Arlberg

6 km Distance - approx. 6 Minutes driving time
Destination
  • Rauzlift (Valfagehrbahn), Rauz 2, 6762 Stuben am Arlberg, Austria
  • Ideal entry for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, Tarred parking lot, Stone parking lot
  • free of charge
Roads
  • Main street, Mountain road, well-developed, with significant incline
  • Snow chains sometimes required by snowfall
  • Road closure due to avalanches sometimes possible
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Entry point Rauzlift (Valfagehrbahn), Stuben am Arlberg

9 km Distance - approx. 8 Minutes driving time
Destination
  • St. Christophbahn, Sankt Christoph 26, 6580 St. Christoph am Arlberg, Austria
  • Entry suitable for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, Car park, Stone parking lot
  • free of charge
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Entry point St. Christophbahn, St. Christoph am Arlberg
More Entry point(s) to the ski resort
Destination
  • Galzigbahn, Kandaharweg 7-11, 6580 St. Anton am Arlberg, Austria
Parking spaces
  • none
Destination
  • Fangbahn, Sonnenwiese, 6580 Sankt Anton am Arlberg, Austria
  • Entry suitable for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • limited amount available, Tarred parking lot
  • for a fee, € 7,- / per day
Destination
  • Rendlbahn, Dorfstraße, 6580 Sankt Anton am Arlberg, Austria
  • Ideal entry for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • limited amount available, Tarred parking lot
  • for a fee
Access to ski resort
Town/village close to ski resort
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All information is supplied without guarantee
The maps are provided by Google with the following information: „These directions are for planning purposes only. You may find that construction projects, traffic, weather, or other events may cause conditions to differ from the map results, and you should plan your route accordingly. You must obey all signs or notices regarding your route.“


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