Skiing area Ischgl


The skiing area of Ischgl Samnaun is legendary and world-famous. And rightly so, as anyone will confirm who has ever skied in Paznaun Valley in Tirol. Here, the avid winter sports fan will find paradise on earth, which also does not stop before any borders. On 238 kilometres of slopes, you can let off plenty of steam in Ischgl. The ski area spans across Idalp and Idjoch all the way to Alp Trida in Switzerland and the customs-free trade zone of Samnaun, to be precise. Snowboarders and skiers will find plenty of options here, if they are strong enough to explore all the lifts and pistes, that is. For beginners, leisure skiers and ski freaks, there are numerous ski pistes to choose from, of which 47 km easy, 152 km medium and 27 km difficult pistes. In addition, there are also 12 km of signposted ski routes in the Silvretta Arena. Reliable snow conditions in this region of Tirol are not an empty promise. Ischgl itself is located at 1,400 metres altitude and the highest point of the ski area, the Greitspitze, is 2,872 metres high.

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Skiing in Ischgl

To make sure that no one has to stand in line for too long in this ski area, Ischgl has 45 modern, fast lifts and gondola lifts which are able to transport some 93,000 people per hour. This way, everyone can be sure to find plenty of enjoyable skiing! And because a successful day’s skiing also requires popping in for a snack and a drink somewhere, there are 14 mountain lodges and restaurants spread out all across the ski area serving up Tirolean treats and other delicacies. And of course, you can also party there after the day's skiing. After all, Ischgl has a reputation to live up to as the home of après-ski and party mecca of the Alps. But those who'd rather spend their time doing sporty pursuits, may enjoy one of the two fun- and snowparks. After an eventful day on the pistes of Ischgl, a visit to the spa zone of the Wellnesshotel Zontaja Galtür is in order to bring tired bones back into shape again.

Interactive ski map

Silvretta Arena Ischgl