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Reseñas de visitantes para St Christoph
Calificación de Ski Resort: Tarifa St Christoph
April 08, 2012
Hayley Purse from United Kingdom
Stayed at the Inghams St Christoph Chalet Hotel, ticks all the boxes if you just want to eat, ski, eat, swim, eat, sleep. Very comfortable rooms. This is not a true village, there are no footpaths or shops other than skiwear/ski hire. Ski school is adjacent to ski room, along with T-Bar lift to start your day skiing. The chair lift up to the top has a cover - great for keeping warm first thing in the morning. The skiing and apres-ski on the mountain is amazing but buses back to St Christopher are only hourly so opted for catching the last lift up. Taxis from St Anton are 22 euros before 7pm or 33 euro after. The weather can be a few degrees colder up at St Christopher so head down to St Anton if you prefer it warmer and wrap up if taking the cable car up to Valluga. We were there the first week in April and even in the spring skiing conditions we still were able to ski down to village levels (very heavy going at end of day though). Top ski area will return for sure.
April 05, 2011
Bob from United Kingdom
St Christoph is a pleasant change from the action at St Anton (it's soooo much quieter), and the glitzy prices of Lech. Being higher than both the snow conditions tend to remain better for longer, and most hotels are within a few dozen metres of the fast chair lift up into the main system. Access from here tends to be much easier than both St Anton/Lech as the one lift takes you to a good spot to get anywhere on the St Anton side, with easy ski/ride to the rest of the mountain, and down to the new Rendl lift that now simplifies getting to that area. As regards accessing the rest of the Arlberg region it is an smooth ski down to Alpe Ruez where the free local ski bus takes you to Lech/Zurs. I'd recommend Zurs for skiing, especially Tritkopf and Madloch on either side of the valley both having better snow at these upper elevations. (Run 33/33A to Zug always good)
In St Christoph do not miss the Hospitz Alm Restaurant, great for food-with-a-view and skier-watching. You just never know which royals/film-stars are around. Nice place, go enjoy.
September 30, 2006
Graham from United Kingdom
I went to St Christoph while staying in nearby St Anton and found it a lovely little village with a slope-side bar and a selection of large but attractive hotels. It is a very small but beautiful little village and is well worth a lunch time stop off because there is a nice blue run that goes to St Christoph from the Galzig station. It is easy to get to and from St Christoph as there is a chairlift back up to Galzig and you can ski back to St Anton. There are about 3 kiddie slopes with some gates and some slalom sticks. It is very good for children.