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Ischgl, the Alpine metropolis for ski enthusiasts and party lovers alike.

Welcome to  Ischgl
Ischgl, nestled in the Paznaun Valley, is a premier Alpine destination celebrated for its expansive and interconnected ski area with Samnaun in Switzerland. Renowned for its reliable snow conditions, vibrant après-ski scene, and top-tier facilities, Ischgl offers a world-class winter sports experience. The resort is famous for its high-altitude skiing, modern lift systems, and lively nightlife, making it a favorite among ski enthusiasts and partygoers alike.

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Nestled in the picturesque Paznaun Valley, Ischgl stands as a beacon for winter sports enthusiasts, offering an unparalleled Alpine experience that blends traditional Tyrolean charm with modern amenities.

Ischgl's unique allure lies in its vibrant village atmosphere, where quaint Tyrolean architecture meets contemporary sophistication. The resort boasts a strategic location that provides seamless access to one of the most extensive and renowned ski areas in the Alps. With over 239 kilometers of meticulously groomed slopes, Ischgl caters to all levels of skiers and snowboarders, from gentle beginner trails to challenging expert runs.

What sets Ischgl apart is its state-of-the-art lift infrastructure, featuring high-speed lifts and gondolas that ensure swift and efficient transportation to the slopes. The resort's high-altitude positioning guarantees excellent snow conditions throughout the winter season, making it a favorite destination for powder hounds and freeride enthusiasts alike.

Beyond the slopes, Ischgl offers a lively après-ski scene that is legendary across the Alps. From cozy mountain huts to stylish bars and gourmet restaurants, the village buzzes with energy and excitement. Visitors can indulge in delicious Tyrolean cuisine, explore chic boutiques, or relax in luxurious wellness centers after an exhilarating day on the mountains.

For those seeking adventure beyond skiing, Ischgl presents a plethora of thrilling activities. Try your hand at snowshoeing, ice climbing, or paragliding, ensuring that there's never a dull moment. The resort is also famous for its vibrant events and concerts, including the iconic Top of the Mountain concerts that draw international artists and visitors, adding to the resort's dynamic atmosphere.

In summary, Ischgl offers a captivating blend of world-class skiing, vibrant après-ski culture, and thrilling winter activities, ensuring unforgettable memories for all who visit this iconic Austrian resort.

Apres Ski

Ischgl’s après ski scene is legendary, offering vibrant nightlife and Alpine charm. After skiing, head to Trofana Alm for energetic parties or Schatzi Bar for lively dancing.

For a relaxed vibe, visit Kuhstall for cozy Tyrolean decor and drinks. As night falls, Pacha offers top DJs, while Golden Eagle Pub provides live music in a laid-back setting.

Enjoy traditional Austrian dishes at Kitzloch or gourmet cuisine at Paznaunerstube in Hotel Trofana Royal. Ischgl’s après ski is a celebration, promising unforgettable moments.


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Ischgl Ski Terrain – Beginners

Ischgl offers excellent beginner terrain with dedicated areas and top-notch ski schools. The Idalp area, accessible via the Silvrettabahn gondola, is perfect for novices, featuring magic carpets and gentle slopes. Additionally, the blue runs at Idalp and Pardatschgrat provide an ideal environment for building skiing confidence. The resort’s modern lift system ensures easy access to beginner-friendly areas, making Ischgl a great choice for new skiers.

Ischgl Ski Terrain – Intermediates

Ischgl is ideal for intermediate skiers, offering a mix of blue and red runs. The Idalp area provides confidence-building blues, while more challenging reds can be found at Palinkopf and Höllspitz. The run from Greitspitz to Idalp offers a thrilling descent with varied terrain. Ischgl’s extensive lift system ensures easy access to all areas, making it perfect for intermediates looking to explore and advance their skills.

Ischgl Ski Terrain – Experts

Ischgl is a paradise for expert skiers, featuring numerous challenging black runs and extensive off-piste opportunities. The steepest slopes can be found at Palinkopf and Höllspitz, offering thrilling descents. The resort is also renowned for its off-piste terrain, with marked routes that are avalanche controlled but not patrolled. For the ultimate challenge, venture into the powder fields around Greitspitz and Piz Val Gronda. Ischgl’s high-altitude and varied terrain make it a top destination for advanced skiers seeking excitement and adventure.

Ischgl Ski Terrain - Snowboarders

Ischgl is a top destination for snowboarders, offering diverse terrain and excellent facilities. The Ischgl Snowpark at Idalp features jumps, rails, and boxes, catering to all skill levels. For more advanced riders, the slopes around Palinkopf and Piz Val Gronda offer challenging descents with natural freestyle features. The resort’s well-maintained pistes and modern lift system ensure easy access to all areas, making Ischgl perfect for snowboarders seeking a thrilling and varied experience.



■ 239 km of slopes

■ Resort height: 1,377m

■ Elevation between 1,377m and 2,872m

■ 45 lifts

■ 47 km blue

■ 143 km red

■ 49 km black

■ Operates from late November to early May

Day pass for Ischgl, 2024-2025 winter season

■ Adults (born 2004 or earlier): €68

■ Youth (born 2005-2007): €54.50

■ Children (born 2008-2016): €41

■ Seniors (born 1958 or earlier): €61

 Nearest airports:
Innsbruck Airport: 100 km / ~1h 15m by car

Zurich Airport: 220 km / ~2h 50m by car

■ Munich Airport: 240 km / ~3h 15m by car

Towns worth visiting:

Innsbruck: 100 km / ~1h 30m by train

Galtür: 10 km / ~15m by car

■ Silvretta Arena

■ Idalp

■ Alpinarium Galtür

■ Paznaun Valley

■ Ischgl Skyfly


■ Skiing & Snowboarding

■ Cross-country skiing

■ Winter hiking

■ Snowshoeing

■ Tobogganing

■ Ice Skating

■ Paragliding

■ Heli-skiing

■ Curling

■ Indoor Swimming Pools & Wellness