St Anton Ski School

Looking for ski lessons in St Anton? Our young, fun team of ski instructors in St Anton always ensure our clients have a seamless experience, from booking online to lessons on the slopes. Whether you’re looking for group ski lessons, ski touring for advanced skiers, a private ski instructor or want to learn to snowboard – we can cater to all ages and abilities.

Known as one of the Top 5 ski resorts in the world, St Anton Am Arlberg boasts epic off-piste and a huge ski area to explore. And it’s not just the snow that entices people to St Anton, the après scene is second to none and it’s fair to say, the Austrian’s know how to party!

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St Anton Ski School Meeting Point

Where you’ll meet your ski or snowboard instructor(s)

The New Generation St Anton Ski School meeting point is at the top of Gampen. Our coordination team will be wearing New Generation jackets, holding a flag beside the meeting point. We will be standing outside the Himmeleck restaurant beside the ski racks.

?Group Lessons – please meet your instructor by the ski-racks along the side of restaurant Himmeleck.

?Private Lessons – please meet your instructor by the giant resort sign near the entrance to Kapallbahn

?If you’ve never skied before? Take Nassereinbahn up! The instructor will meet you at the exit.

Please arrive early, have relevant lesson information to hand and be prepared to drop off kids or friends quickly. You should know the level you have booked and the name of the instructor before you arrive at the meeting point.

Please note that due to weather conditions we might have to change the meeting place, but we will be in touch to let you know where to meet. Please ensure your contact details are up to date on your online booking. You can check your details here.

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Custom Ski School Experiences

Tailored for each client
Adaptive Ski Lessons

Adaptive ski lessons are enabling more people to participate in snowsports with the greatest possible level of independence.

Bespoke business packages
Corporate Lessons

Skiing is a great way to improve teamwork and communication within a company.

New Generation Ski School St Anton offers corporate ski lessons that are designed to help employees bond and work together more effectively. The lessons take place in the beautiful setting of the Austrian Alps, and they are taught by experienced instructors who are passionate about skiing.

During the lessons, employees will learn how to Ski safely and efficiently, but they will also have the opportunity to explore their relationships and overcome boundaries. St Anton is the perfect place for companies to invest in their employees, and to create an environment that promotes teamwork and collaboration.

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St Anton FAQ’s

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* quoted prices are for 1 person in non-peak weeks. Additional pupils can be added for €35, with higher prices in peak weeks.

All skiers need the Single Pass which covers the whole St Anton & Lech Arlberg ski area.

Find out more here on the Ski Arlberg website.

St Anton is a winter wonderland for children and a place where they can explore and have fun in the snow. Once the lifts have shut children can go ice skating, sledging and even try curling for the first time. Or if you feel like kicking your feet up, you can go for a husky ride through the forest and stop. fora hot chocolate in a chocolate box cabin.

If you’re looking for childcare service in St Anton we recommend one company:

Merinannies is a professional nanny service operating in the Alps since 2003. Striving to provide the best childcare to ensure the whole family have a fantastic holiday. From a full week nanny service to just a few hours babysitting, you can trust Merinannies will go an extra mile to help. Book Your Nanny – MeriNannies

Yes, St Anton is a great resort for first timers (skiers or snowboarders). The best place to learn for beginners to learn to ski in St Anton is at Nasserein. This area is perfect for beginners as the slopes are wide and open and there is a variety of lifts for you to practice on.

This area is perfect for adults and children of all ages, so no matter your skill level or whether you ski or snowboard, the Nasserin area in St Anton is the best place to learn or gain confidence on your first day on the slopes.

St Anton is famous for it’s incredible snow conditions. On average, St Anton received a whopping 11m of snow a year, meaning conditions are always optimal and the snow sticks around long into the spring with such a deep base.


There are several airports within a few hours of St Anton, Innsbruck and Friedrichshafen in Germany are the closest. Other options include Zurich, Munich, and Salzburg. There are several companies that operate bus and taxi transfers between airports and resort. From Zurich, we recommend Arlberg Express who run regular shuttles between the airport and various locations in the Arlberg.


It’s about a 10hr drive once in mainland Europe to reach St Anton. If driving, you will need a Vignette for driving on the motorways and certain other main roads, including the S16 which is the main road serving St Anton. The benefits of driving are no luggage restrictions and the option of an extra day skiing during a week’s holiday.


Conveniently located on the main train line between Zurich and Vienna, St Anton is easy to reach by train with direct services from the main stations in Innsbruck, Salzburg, Zurich and Vienna amongst others.

St Anton is reasonably high end and prices are higher than other ski resorts. But typically in ski resorts that are more pricey, you reap the benefits in other places.

The average price for a beer or wine is around €5. Prices do tend to go up if you’re on the mountain, compared to bars in the town centre.

Check the St Anton website each year to find out the opening and closing dates of St Anton ski area.

One of our favourite non-skiing activities is rodeling, this is tobogganing down a road covered in snow and is great fun! Take the Nassereinbahn up and then head down the 4.2km track towards Nasserein. During the day (open from 12:00) it is included in your lift pass, and then on Tuesday and Thursday evening they turn on the floodlights and operate the Nassereinbahn for rodeling from 7:30pm to 9:30pm. The rodelbahn will only be open when the snow conditions allow it.

The ski show on Wednesdays night is definitely worth your time! Put on some warm clothes and take one of the extra free buses to town to watch the show. It starts at 9:00pm and lasts for about an hour. You’ll get to see demo skiing, learn something about the history of skiing and watch some fireworks! It takes place at the Karl Schranz Stadion, just follow the crowds heading for the bottom of the floodlit piste.

Visit the wellness centre to go for a swim, relax in the sauna or try the ice skating rink.

Arl.Rock is a “sports park” located near the train station. The park offers world class indoor sports facilities and indoor and outdoor climbing in a friendly and fun environment. There‟s something for everyone – Climbing, Tennis, Bowling, bouldering, squash, and more. It‟s a great way to get out with family or friends, cut loose and grab some smiles.

These can be accessed on the St Anton website.

Innsbruck is the closest international airport to St Anton ski resort.

St Anton ski resort sits at 1304m altitude.

St Anton is the home of apres-ski. The Austrians sure know how to party so if you’re looking to dance on the tables in your ski boots and like to bop to the latest tracks whilst taking in the mountain views – St Anton has to be on your list for your ski holiday.

There is a good network of free ski buses that can take you around St. Anton and surrounding villages. There are paid busses that’ll take you further away such as to Lech, and there are night buses that will take you home after a night out in town.

Use the St Anton bus timetables, or use Google maps to plan your trips.

If you’re looking for more information about resort including where to eat, what’s on during your stay and general hints and tips then try one of the following websites:

Tourist Information
This website includes bus timetables, information about skiing, other activities, accommodation etc.

Ski Arlberg Website
Information about lift tickets and opening times, what slopes and pistes are open across the region as well as a link to download the Ski Arlberg app.

Need help booking your private ski lessons or group ski lesson?

Give us a call, we’re here for you.

UK office: +44 1462 674 000
Lines open: Monday – Friday 9:00 – 17:00 UK


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