Ischgl

Winter in Ischgl

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Discover the sheer joy of skiing in the Silvretta Arena: 44 modern cableways and lifts, 238 km of superbly groomed ski slopes, the biggest contiguous freestyle snow park in the Alps and unspoiled off-piste routes for freeriders.

A holiday or getaway break in the land of milk and honey for winter aficionados means much more than merely skiing in the Tyrol. State-of-the-art chairlifts and even a cableway with double-decker cabins take you precisely to wherever it is you want to get to. In fact, you’ll find just about everything over here; from the first-time learner’s arena with its broad ski slopes right through to steep challenging slopes. Fast, convenient and virtually without any waiting times at all – thanks to lifts based on the latest state-of-the-art technology.

Those who enjoy transcending national frontiers can simply strap on their boards and ski from Austria all the way to Switzerland thanks to the joint ski pass offered by Ischgl in Austria and Samnaun, the duty-free haven in Switzerland, the Silvretta Arena – a snow-assured winter sports paradise at high altitude.
Ischgl also offers you a choice of endless, idyllic cross-country trails on which you can hone your classic skiing or skating skills. And for all the tobogganists among you, there’s also the 7 m long nighttime tobogganing run – one of the longest of its kind in the Alps.

 

Guided mountain tours in the Tyrol

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If you’d really like to experience the fantastic high alpine scenery, then you might consider staying overnight at one of the cosy mountain huts in the area, especially if you’re thinking of going off on a long expedition away from the slopes. In other words, an all-day ski tour in the Paznaun can soon become a unique experience which you can easily prolong just as you like. Choose from a virtually unlimited range of options to encourage you and your body truly to reach higher ground and to take yourself to the limits of your endurance while keeping at one with nature.

Those who master the sport but still wish to play it safe, or those who want to learn more about backcountry skiing on climbing skins, or would simply like to have a go at mountaineering, are best advised to hire the services of Ischgl’s mountain guides. These experienced experts know the ins and outs of their local mountains, ensure your safety on mountain tours and offer extensive advice to all those interested. What’s more, they plan the tour with their customers and ultimately take them to the most wonderful spots around Ischgl.