St.Anton is renowned for the incredible skiing that is to be found here. St.Anton apres ski is also some of the best to be found anywhere. Apres ski starts around 3pm and carries on until about 8pm both on and off the mountain. All of the aprés ski bars on the mountain are above the Galzigbahn on the last run down to the village. Here we will detail what awaits you!
Taps is one of the most popular bars for St.Anton apres ski, especially so with the younger generation & Season workers. Downstairs there is a large bar and dance area. Above this you will find a lounge bar and sun terrace. Tuesday & Thursday are the big party days when it is totally crazy in here. When things are really kicking off it seems that the clothing is too! Most of the party animals quickly getting down to their ski underwear! Taps can be reached by coming down red run no.21 from Gampen. If you are coming from Galzig it is on blue run no.1 Just follow the big sign to Taps & the Krazy Kanguruh and you will find it.
The KK is an aprés ski bar right on the slopes and is the original St.Anton apres ski venue. It is owned by local legend and olympic champion Mario Matt. There is a large outside terrace as well as an indoor bar area. The KK can be reached by coming down red run no.21 from Gampen. If you are coming from Galzig it is on blue run no.1 Just follow the big sign to Taps & the Krazy Kanguruh and you will find it.
The Underground bar has moved venues a few times over the years, now having found a permanent home. It is situated at the bottom of the piste just before you reach the village. Old regulars will be pleased to know that owner Joan is the same as ever! Live music is and good service is on the agenda. Different to any other aprés bar, much more homely and cosy. A good venue for families with children. It is open all evening for drinks and food. You will need to reserve a table if you want to eat. Situated on the right below the Mooserwirt just before you reach the gondola station. Look for a neon après ski sign. No smoking rules are in force.
The Heustadl (Hay Store) has always been a lively place to drop into for a few beers after a good day out on the piste. It has a very big outdoor terrace as well as lots of room inside. Inside there is seating upstairs and downstairs and it is all in the fashion of an old hay loft. Live music six afternoons a week. The Heustadl is the first après ski bar that you will come to as you head down Blue run No. 1. There is waitress service and a good friendly atmosphere – one of my favourites!
Probably the most famous aprés ski venue in the world! Certainly the first bar that springs to mind for St.Anton apres ski! At 3.30pm the Final Countdown starts and the Mooserwirt aprés ski kicks off. You have to experience it at least once during your trip – it does have atmosphere a-plenty. Arrive early as this place gets very busy. There is an amazing light show backed up by a fabulous sound system. To get to The Mooserwirt just come down Blue run No1 which starts just past the Zammermoos chairlift and it is the last après ski bar on the mountain – so stay to the right and just follow the noise.
The Griabli is the home of rock music in St.Anton. It has large bar areas both inside and out with a nice real fire inside. There is waitress service and good food too. If you choose to aprés ski here you will find that there is a great sound system with loud music flowing from it. Also live music several afternoons each week. You will find Griabli right next to the Mooserwirt on the Blue run No.1
Base camp apres ski bar has become very popular of late. It has an enviable position right at the bottom of the slopes next to the Gampenbahn. It offers a great place to watch the drunken skiers returning from aprés – normally very funny! There is a nice sun terrace as well as indoor seating but you need to be there early to get a seat. Quite a party atmosphere here each evening. They also serve a variety of great pasta dishes if you are feeling hungry.
As the name suggests Fang House is an après ski bar at the bottom of the “Fang” ski run. It is right next to the Nasserein bahn. This is about the only lively place to après ski at the Nasserein end of town. I always think of it as being very much like Taps – a small bar with a great atmosphere that is always crowded. The advantage here is that the Fanghouse is actually in the village and not on the slopes – so when you have drunk too much and decide it is time to leave, you only have to remember your skis, not use them.
The Anton bar is your first stop as you remove your skis at the bottom of the slopes. Situated right by the Galzig Bahn and blasting out loud music. This trendy bar shows ski / snowboarding films, plays good music and serves plenty of alcohol. It is always very busy in here and plenty of the ski instructors also hang out here. If you fancy something to eat then pop into the Anton cafe next door. They have sheep skin rugs on all the chairs outside which is very nice…
The Piccadilly bar is open from 4pm – 8pm for aprés ski. Great live music live music each afternoon with a resident musician and the occasional guest player turning up to join in the fun. It then becomes a late night bar after 9pm at which point nobody can come in with ski gear on. You will find the Piccadilly underneath the Post Hotel in the main pedestrian area. Get there early if you want to find a seat as it does get very busy in here as the time passes and more people find their way into it.
The Murrmel is a great little music bar and one of my favourite places to aprés ski in St.Anton. It is right next to the Spar supermarket in the centre of the village. Gunnar why is probably the best singer in St.Anton plays here most nights. He has a big following so it is always busy and with a great atmosphere. A nice bar with good service a friendly vibe.
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Yes and there is something for all tastes
Yes and it is fun but only about 200 metres
Yes lots of it
Yes there are plenty of places to have a relaxed drink. We suggest the bars in the top hotels