ArlbergMountain Railways

The Arlberg region with its mighty peaks, deep valleys and long-standing culture is a popular destination for mountain enthusiasts, sportspeople, nature lovers and those seeking tranquility and character. All this makes the Arlberg and also St. Anton am Arlberg so unique. Those who have experienced the mountains and the world village in winter can guess that there are also some natural attractions to discover around St. Anton in summer. While some prefer to experience the mountain summer in the valley, others are drawn to the mountains and peaks. Whatever you prefer, summer in St. Anton am Arlberg is multi-faceted and offers something for everyone. And the best thing: When spending your holidays at the Arlmont 4 *s Hotel in St. Anton, you can start all your outdoor activities directly from the hotel! Because nature and all kinds of recreational opportunities are right on your doorstep.

Discover the mountain world: Rendl, Galzig, Gampen & Co

If you want to cut your hike short or just get a taste of fresh mountain air, how about journeying up the mountains with the top modern gondolas and chairlifts of the Arlberger Bergbahnen? A scenic ride up the Rendl delivers you to the Alpine Rose Trail. Or you can take the gondola lifts up to the Galzig and to the Valluga, where on clear days you can see as far as Lake Constance. A ride with the Gampenbahn and Kapallbahn chairlifts will leave you breathless as you let your feet dangle, taking in amazing panoramic views.

All the valley stations of the summer cable cars are located in the village centre of St. Anton and lie within an easy 5 to 10-minute walk from the Hotel Arlmont. Alternatively, the free village bus will take you to the centre of St. Anton. The bus stop is located 100 metres from the Hotel Arlmont.

Operating hours of the summer cable cars and lifts in St. Anton

Summer operation is limited, and only certain cable cars and lifts are in operation. However, they take you to the most beautiful panoramic spots and also give families with children and pushchairs, wheelchair users and cyclists the opportunity to discover the mountain world.

In good weather, the Arlberg summer cable cars and lifts are in continuous operation, in bad weather the lifts run at 30-minute intervals. For detailed timetables visit the website of the Arlberger Bergbahnen.

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