Austria’s Freeride Mecca

About St Anton

With over 340 kilometers of prepared slopes and 200 kilometers of ski runs, St. Anton provides you with more than enough possibilities to challenge yourself on both ski and snowboard. St. Anton is also part of the Alberg ski network, which offers you the opportunity to explore the Stuben am Arlberg, St. Christoph, Lech, Zürs, Warth, Schröcken, Sonnenkopf / Klösterle and Pettneu. The Arlberg area’s 2800 meter high peak is easily reached by taking one of the 94 modern lifts. The terrain is varied and often described as a dream for freeriders. After one of the regular powder dumps, the powder hunters storm to St. Anton and even outnumber the number of ordinary skiers. Skiing in Austia is always special but St. Anton really is a unique destination.


The ski Instructor Life 

A season as ski instructor in St. Anton allows you to become a ski instructor where it all began. The world’s first ski school opened in 1903 in St. Anton. The surroundings are equally impressive, with a cozy and charming mountain village whose atmosphere is full of life. There are not many ski areas in Austria, where you get the opportunity for both world-class skiing and après ski. This is one of them.


The Ski School

The ski school is one of the largest in Austria, with over 400 instructors employed during the season. As an experienced ski instructor here in St. Anton, it can occasionally be a little stressful, but always exciting with a busy and active working environment. Typically, work will be assigned to either the child or adult groups or private education, depending on the skill-level.


Become a ski instructor in St. Anton


  • 1304m to 2811m
  • Vertical drop: 1,507 m
  • 340km of slopes
  • Longest run: 10.2 km
  • 200 km of off-piste
  • 94 lifts
  • Varied Terrain: 43% are for beginners (blue), 41% intermediate and 16% advanced)
  • Freeride Mekka in Austria.
  • Home to the world’s oldest ski school
  • Awarded as Top Ski Area by many local papers
  • Host of Alpine World Ski Championships
  • 18 Mountain restaurants
  • Active Après-ski: 15 cafés, 8 ice bars, 3 discos, 7 bars.

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