Austria: St Anton

Guaranteed snow and excellent piste conditions are the ever reliable hallmarks of Austria's largest inter-connected ski area. Ski Arlberg , which comprises the villages of St. Anton am Arlberg, St. Christoph, Stuben, Lech, Zürs, Warth and Schröcken, consists of more than 300 km of marked slopes and 200 km of off-piste trails. The 87 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts offer the highest standards of safety, comfort, and efficiency. The region is also a founding member of ‘Best of the Alps’, the quality association of the 13 most renowned alpine destinations.

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Austria is famous for the Alps - winter skiing and summer hiking in stunning scenery. It is known for sprawling Vienna and scenic Salzburg. The classical musicians Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Austria is known for skiing, being the home of Red Bull energy drinks and famous Austrian food such as Wiener Schnitzel. Iconic coffee houses and delicious hot chocolate accompanied by apple strutzel - divine.

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Austria: Igls

The district of Igls centers on its namesake village, a charming resort at the foot of Patscherkofel mountain, with lifts to ski slopes and hiking trails with Alpine views. The Olympia Eiskanal offers bobsled rides down a chute built for the 1976 Olympics, and the Lansersee is a small lake popular for swimming and ice skating. Cozy restaurants in villas, chalets, and mountain huts serve hearty Tyrolean dishes.

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Austria: Kitzbuhel

Kitzbühel is a small Alpine town east of Innsbruck, in the western Austrian province of Tyrol. It's a fashionable winter resort, known for the annual Hahnenkamm downhill race. Upscale shops and cafes line the streets of its medieval center. It is one of the most famous and exclusive ski resorts in the world.

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