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Saint Anton (Austria)

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The first snow falls on the pine and fir woods

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The first snow falls on the pine and fir woods

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Alpine pastures between Saint Jakob and Saint Anton

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Alpine pastures between Saint Jakob and Saint Anton

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With a little paint, a fire hydrant turns into a clown

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With a little paint, a fire hydrant turns into a clown

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Ancient and modern together in the town of Saint Anton

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Ancient and modern together in the town of Saint Anton

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The cold weather does not stop tourists visiting Saint Anton

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The cold weather does not stop tourists visiting Saint Anton

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Street leading into the center of Saint Anton

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Street leading into the center of Saint Anton

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Saint Anton, Church dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua

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Saint Anton, Church dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua

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The ski day starts on the Zurs slopes below Hasenfluh (2546 m) towards Madloch Joch (2438 m)

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The ski day starts on the Zurs slopes below Hasenfluh (2546 m) towards Madloch Joch (2438 m)

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The Zurs slopes under the Hasenfluh mountain (2546 m)

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The Zurs slopes under the Hasenfluh mountain (2546 m)

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Zurs village, an important meeting point of the ski area

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Zurs village, an important meeting point of the ski area

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The ski slopes that descend towards the village of Lech

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The ski slopes that descend towards the village of Lech

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The ski slopes that descend towards the village of Lech

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The ski slopes that descend towards the village of Lech

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Descent to the village of Lech, part of the 305 km of slopes in the ski area

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Descent to the village of Lech, part of the 305 km of slopes in the ski area

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Descent to the village of Lech, part of the 305 km of slopes in the ski area

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Descent to the village of Lech, part of the 305 km of slopes in the ski area

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Alberg ski area with 88 lifts and 305 km of slopes is one of the largest ski resorts in the Austrian Alps

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Alberg ski area with 88 lifts and 305 km of slopes is one of the largest ski resorts in the Austrian Alps

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Alberg ski area with 88 lifts and 305 km of slopes is one of the largest ski resorts in the Austrian Alps

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Alberg ski area with 88 lifts and 305 km of slopes is one of the largest ski resorts in the Austrian Alps

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The village of Lech

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The village of Lech

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Slopes under the cable car from Lech to Mount Rufikopf (2362 m)

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Slopes under the cable car from Lech to Mount Rufikopf (2362 m)

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Cable car from Lech to Mount Rufikopf (2362 m)

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Cable car from Lech to Mount Rufikopf (2362 m)

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Cable car from Lech to Mount Rufikopf (2362 m)

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Cable car from Lech to Mount Rufikopf (2362 m)

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Alberg ski area is also famous for its safe off-piste descents

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Alberg ski area is also famous for its safe off-piste descents

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Descent to Zurs from Mount Ruficopf (2362 m)

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Descent to Zurs from Mount Ruficopf (2362 m)

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Descent to Zurs from Mount Ruficopf (2362 m)

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Descent to Zurs from Mount Ruficopf (2362 m)

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Alberg ski area is also famous for its safe off-piste descents

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Alberg ski area is also famous for its safe off-piste descents

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Descended towards the valley floor in Saint Christoph

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Descended towards the valley floor in Saint Christoph

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The road in the valley that connects Saint Christophe to Saint Anton

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The road in the valley that connects Saint Christophe to Saint Anton

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The ski slopes of Saint Christophe

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The ski slopes of Saint Christophe

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The slopes pass close to Shindler Spitze mountains (2660m) and Valluga mountain (2811m)

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The slopes pass close to Shindler Spitze mountains (2660m) and Valluga mountain (2811m)

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Sometimes the slopes high up near Mount Valluga (2811m) become covered in clouds

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Sometimes the slopes high up near Mount Valluga (2811m) become covered in clouds

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The wide slopes that descend towards the village of Saint Jakob that conclude the tour of the ski area

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The wide slopes that descend towards the village of Saint Jakob that conclude the tour of the ski area

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Where is Saint Anton and Alberg ski area

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Where is Saint Anton and Alberg ski area

The first snow falls on the pine and fir woods
The first snow falls on the pine and fir woods
Alpine pastures between Saint Jakob and Saint Anton
Alpine pastures between Saint Jakob and Saint Anton
With a little paint, a fire hydrant turns into a clown
With a little paint, a fire hydrant turns into a clown
Ancient and modern together in the town of Saint Anton
Ancient and modern together in the town of Saint Anton
The cold weather does not stop tourists visiting Saint Anton
The cold weather does not stop tourists visiting Saint Anton
Street leading into the center of Saint Anton
Street leading into the center of Saint Anton
Saint Anton, Church dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua
Saint Anton, Church dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua
The ski day starts on the Zurs slopes below Hasenfluh (2546 m) towards Madloch Joch (2438 m)
The ski day starts on the Zurs slopes below Hasenfluh (2546 m) towards Madloch Joch (2438 m)
The Zurs slopes under the Hasenfluh mountain (2546 m)
The Zurs slopes under the Hasenfluh mountain (2546 m)
Zurs village, an important meeting point of the ski area
Zurs village, an important meeting point of the ski area
The ski slopes that descend towards the village of Lech
The ski slopes that descend towards the village of Lech
The ski slopes that descend towards the village of Lech
The ski slopes that descend towards the village of Lech
Descent to the village of Lech, part of the 305 km of slopes in the ski area
Descent to the village of Lech, part of the 305 km of slopes in the ski area
Descent to the village of Lech, part of the 305 km of slopes in the ski area
Descent to the village of Lech, part of the 305 km of slopes in the ski area
Alberg ski area with 88 lifts and 305 km of slopes is one of the largest ski resorts in the Austrian Alps
Alberg ski area with 88 lifts and 305 km of slopes is one of the largest ski resorts in the Austrian Alps
Alberg ski area with 88 lifts and 305 km of slopes is one of the largest ski resorts in the Austrian Alps
Alberg ski area with 88 lifts and 305 km of slopes is one of the largest ski resorts in the Austrian Alps
The village of Lech
The village of Lech
Slopes under the cable car from Lech to Mount Rufikopf (2362 m)
Slopes under the cable car from Lech to Mount Rufikopf (2362 m)
Cable car from Lech to Mount Rufikopf (2362 m)
Cable car from Lech to Mount Rufikopf (2362 m)
Cable car from Lech to Mount Rufikopf (2362 m)
Cable car from Lech to Mount Rufikopf (2362 m)
Alberg ski area is also famous for its safe off-piste descents
Alberg ski area is also famous for its safe off-piste descents
Descent to Zurs from Mount Ruficopf (2362 m)
Descent to Zurs from Mount Ruficopf (2362 m)
Descent to Zurs from Mount Ruficopf (2362 m)
Descent to Zurs from Mount Ruficopf (2362 m)
Alberg ski area is also famous for its safe off-piste descents
Alberg ski area is also famous for its safe off-piste descents
Descended towards the valley floor in Saint Christoph
Descended towards the valley floor in Saint Christoph
The road in the valley that connects Saint Christophe to Saint Anton
The road in the valley that connects Saint Christophe to Saint Anton
The ski slopes of Saint Christophe
The ski slopes of Saint Christophe
The slopes pass close to Shindler Spitze mountains (2660m) and Valluga mountain (2811m)
The slopes pass close to Shindler Spitze mountains (2660m) and Valluga mountain (2811m)
Sometimes the slopes high up near Mount Valluga (2811m) become covered in clouds
Sometimes the slopes high up near Mount Valluga (2811m) become covered in clouds
The wide slopes that descend towards the village of Saint Jakob that conclude the tour of the ski area
The wide slopes that descend towards the village of Saint Jakob that conclude the tour of the ski area
Where is Saint Anton and Alberg ski area
Where is Saint Anton and Alberg ski area

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By: Carlo Piccinelli ID: 172

Saint Anton on Google Maps.
The small alpine village of Saint Anton is part of the large Austrian ski area of Arlberg. consisting of 88 cable cars and lifts and 305 kilometers of marked ski runs. The town of Saint Anton is one of the most important ski centers in the area. With its 2,470 inhabitants it has maintained its genuine environment and the atmosphere of those who want to spend a few days in the high Austrian mountains. Located at 1,300 m, the small town offers a great variety of hotels, B&B, apartments for rent, restaurants, pubs and nightclubs crowded of tourists who make an appointment in the evening, at the end of a ski day, to spend evenings in joy and friendship.
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