St Anton am Arlberg Ski Schools & Guiding
St Anton is justifiably proud of its ski schools which deliver consistently high standards of ski instruction and mountain guiding by some of Austria’s best ski instructors and guides.
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St Anton Ski Schools
St. Anton has three ski schools employing nearly 400 ski instructors and guides. All three ski schools offer extremely high standards of ski instruction for all abilities levels and the vast majority of instructors speak good English as well as German.
The Arlberg Ski School
St Anton’s Arlberg Ski School employs over 300 instructors, recognizable by their blue and yellow suits, was founded in 1921 by St Anton’s most celebrated ski teacher Hannes Schneider who pioneered the downhill ski technique. Lessons range from beginner to expert level for both skiers and boarders, in groups of 8-12 or privately for individuals or smaller groups. Top level mountain guiding is also available, but some of the more experienced local instructor guides and have left the main ski school and founded St Anton Classic Ski School. The Arlberg Ski School, Kandaharweg 15, 6580 St. Anton am Arlberg, Tel: +43 (0) 5446 3411, E-mail: [email protected]
Ski School St Anton
Founded in 1986, Ski School St Anton employs 60 instructors and offers group or private courses for all levels of skier and snowboarder. Although originally an independent ski school, apparently it is now owned and ultimately controlled by the larger Arlberg Ski School. Ski School St Anton, Kandaharweg 10, 6580 St. Anton am Arlberg, Tel: +43 (0) 5446 3563, E-mail: [email protected], Web: www.skistanton.com
St Anton Classic Ski School
St Anton Classic is an independent ski school formed in 2009 by an association of 17 former employees of the Arlberg Ski School, all of whom are highly regarded local instructors and guides who have lived in St Anton for most if not all of their lives and who prefer to operate independently of the main ski school. St Anton Classic instructors and guides will meet you either at your accommodation or other preferred meeting place in St Anton and offer private and group skiing and snowboarding lessons as well as guiding and ski touring off-piste from beginner to expert level. St Anton Classic Ski School, Dorfstraße 57, 6580 St. Anton am Arlberg. Tel: +43 (0) 660 151 60 43, Email: [email protected]
St Anton Mountain Guides
Qualified mountain guiding is offered by all three ski schools and by independent specialist mountain guiding companies run by local mountain guides.
Arlberg Guides / Andy Thurner
Owned and operated by Andy Thurner, a qualified instructor and mountain guide and author of Off-Piste in the Arlberg. Arlberg Guides offer guiding and ski touring off-piste throughout the Arlberg as well as guided heli-skiing trips to Turkey and Russia. Arlberg Guides, Tel: +43 (0) 664 233 5010, Email: [email protected]
Piste to Powder
A specialist off-piste mountain guiding company with over 30 years of experience guiding in the Arlberg. Piste to Powder specialise in off-piste guiding and tuition for individuals joining small groups of up to seven skiers or for private bookings, Piste to Powder will guide you to the best snow and the best off-piste terrain throughout the Arlberg. Piste to Powder, Tel: +43 (0) 664 174 6282, Email: [email protected]
For more information about skiing off-piste in the Arlberg go to St Anton off-piste >