How snow sure is St Anton?
Averaging 11m of snow each year, St Anton is often top of the snow-depth records in Austria, owing to its legendary off-piste skiing. Plus, 72% of the ski area’s slopes have snow making capabilities.
Is St Anton open?
Anton am Arlberg – ski opening St. Anton am Arlberg (season begin) Ski holiday regions: Val Gardena….St. Anton am Arlberg: start of the ski season (ski start)
|Season||2021-12-03 – 2022-04-24|
|Status||Ski resort closed|
Is there snow in St Anton in December?
December in St Anton Historic weather in December has produced average snow depth of 122cm at the top and 38cm at the bottom of the ski area.
Where is the best snow in Austria?
Austria: Top 10 Snow Sure Ski Resorts
- St Anton.
Will St Anton open this year?
These dates are subject to change at St Anton’s discretion based on weather and snowfall….Opening and Closing Dates St Anton.
Are the ski lifts open in St Anton?
Unfortunately, there are no lifts open in this region.
Where does St Anton am Arlberg get its snow from?
Our St. Anton am Arlberg snow reports are sourced directly from the ski resorts and are only recorded during the official ski season’s opening to closing dates. Check out our St. Anton am Arlberg snow report here.
When is the snowiest week in St Anton?
The snowiest week in St. Anton is week 1 of March. There are typically 4.4 snowy days during this week with 22.0 in of snowfall. Check out the St. Anton Snow History graphs below.
When did the St Anton ski resort open?
Professional skiing developed at St. Anton in 1901 and with the opening oft he Galzigbahn in 1937 another milestone in the history of skiing was set. Due to the performance of it’s pioneers the Arlberg today is the cradle of alpine skiing. In 2001, the resort hosted the World Alpine Ski Championships.
How to get the St Anton skiing weather widget?
The St. Anton skiing weather widget is available to embed on external websites free of charge. It provides a daily summary of our St. Anton snow forecast and current weather conditions. Simply go to the feed configuration page and follow the 3 simple steps to grab the custom html code snippet and paste it into your own site.