Fresh dynamics and top stars at Stanton Ski Open

St. Anton am Arlberg, is known as the birthplace of alpine skiing and trailblazer of modern winter sports. The downhill delights on and off the slopes have always been peppered with exciting events bursting with tradition, enjoyment and thrilling fun. Time and again, the Tyrolean mountain village surprises its guests with original ideas.

STANTON Ski Open
STANTON Ski Open ©TVB St. Anton am Arlberg

St. Anton am Arlberg, is known as the birthplace of alpine skiing and trailblazer of modern winter sports. The downhill delights on and off the slopes have always been peppered with exciting events bursting with tradition, enjoyment and thrilling fun. Time and again, the Tyrolean mountain village surprises its guests with original ideas. Testimony to this is the new giant slalom race, "Catch me if you can - the night of the long turns”, on the evening of 28th November 2019, which provides an appropriately spectacular start to the new season during STANTON Ski Open. 222 daring ski aces equipped with headlamps and split into groups of two will hurtle down the legendary Kandahar Slope to the valley. The participation fee is Euro 59 incl. transport to the course inspection and races. Information and registrations under www.stanton-ski-open.com or www.stantonamarlberg.com

At the start of the STANTON Ski Open 2019, St. Anton am Arlberg welcomes its guests on 28th November with the night slalom race, Catch me if you can - a thrilling spectacle, not just for those watching. After the official start of lift operations the next morning, German pop singer Sarah Connor ("Wie schön Du bist") and special guest Nico Santos ("Rooftop") will be bringing the latest chart hits to the open-air stage at the concert grounds on Saturday evening, 30th November. During the entire opening weekend, visitors also have the opportunity to test new ski and board models from renowned manufacturers for free on the slopes of St. Anton am Arlberg. Rendl car park is the starting point of the AUDI driving experience, during which various Quattro vehicles can be piloted along the wintry mountain roads of the Tyrolean holiday region.