Crunching snow and kilometres of freshly prepared slopes – that’s skiing fun in Ischgl. With 238 kilometres of pistes, state-of-the-art cable cars and numerous fun parks and special slopes, the Silvretta Arena ski area is one of the most popular winter sports areas in Tyrol. In addition, there are top events that provide fantastic experiences year after year.
But winter lovers can also really let off steam off-piste. In Ischgl and Galtür there are numerous cross-country skiing trails, for leisurely skiers as well as for endurance athletes. It is not without reason that Paznaun is one of the top cross-country skiing regions in Tyrol with more than 70 km of trails.
Or enjoy a winter hike in Ischgl, marvel at glittering snow crystals and the white views of the Ischgl mountains. Explore the most beautiful nature on perfectly prepared and marked winter hikes. Look forward to untouched landscapes that inspire you to daydream.
Snow as far as the eye can see, untouched peaks and absolute silence – enjoy an off-piste adventure on an extensive ski tour. Accompanied by local mountain guides, you climb the most beautiful peaks of Piz Buin or one of the other 73 three-thousand-metre peaks on easy or challenging tours. You will also find a fantastic freeride offer in the Silvretta Arena to leave your tracks in fresh powder snow.
One essential part of a mountain adventure though is stopping at one of the many alpine huts. 15 mountain restaurants and (ski) huts cater to your well-being in Ischgl. Whether it’s with kaiserschmarrn or hearty cheese dumplings, no one goes home hungry here. And where could Tyrolean delicacies taste better than with a heavenly view at over 2,000 metres above sea level.
If a one-day tour is not enough to discover the beauty of the snow-covered mountain scenery, it is best to opt for a multi-day tour.