If you’re staying in St Anton and the lifts are closed, you might be wondering what to do to entertain yourself. Don’t worry! St Anton is a large resort with plenty to do. There are many alternative activities to skiing or boarding to get involved in when the lifts are closed. Here are just a few things you might like to consider:

Photo Credit: St Anton am Alberg - Horse Sleigh Ride

Sleigh Ride

Simply sit back with a glass of wine and let the horse pull you along as you enjoy the beautiful scenery of the glorious mountains in St Anton. Horse-drawn sleigh rides depart from the Hotel Mooserkreuz in the St Anton Village and ends at the Verwell Inn where passengers can get off and warm up in the cosy pub for a hot meal and drink.

Ice Skating and Curling

The ARLBERG-well leisure centre has an outdoor ice rink. The rink is available for ice skating on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 13:00 through to 17:30, and Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 13:00 until 21:00. The rink can also be used for curling, which is available Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 18:00 to 22:00. If you would like to use the rink for curling, you must book a reservation in advance, call on 0043 05446 4001. To rent ice skates, there is an adult fee of 4.50€ and 2.50€ for a child. (All times and prices were correct at time of writing.)


St Anton has a 4 kilometre toboggan track, which begins at the top of the Nassereinbahn Gondol and ends in the village. The exhilarating ride takes around 15 minutes, depending on how fast you slide down the mountain! You can go tobogganing during the day or in the evening. Toboggan rental is available from all sports shops. If you are renting as a group, we advise you to rent from Nasserein. The renting fee is 9€ euros plus a 20€ deposit, which will be returned once you have finished.

Winter Hiking St Anton

Photo Credit: St Anton am Alberg - Hiking in St Anton


Enjoy the hiking trails and the fresh, healthy air in the Alps at St Anton. There is 70 km of hiking paths which are cleared for guests. Alternatively, you could go snowshoe walking, where you can discover the wonderful snow covered landscape and enjoy the calmness of the surroundings at your own pace and comfort.