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Find dozens of hiking trails for all levels of ability around the Ischglerhof.

With its capital in Ischgl, the Tyrolean Paznaun is a uniquely beautiful and varied hiking region with just the right challenges for all levels of ability. Starting from Alpenhotel Ischglerhof, guests will find countless hikes and mountain tours with different altitude profiles and levels of difficulty. There’s something for everyone here, from romantic hikes near the valley to easy-going tours of the surrounding alpine pastures, and from hikes up to alpine huts to tours of high Alpine peaks.


We will be happy to advise you on your holiday and hiking plans – please ask for our Ischglerhof hiking guide!
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Hut & summit tours

During your summer holiday in the Tyrol, you can look forward to countless hikes up to alpine huts or summit tours. From the easy-going hiker to the ambitious alpinist, everyone can find the challenge that’s just right for them in the heart of the Alps.

Idalp adventure trail

With Kitzloch and Bärenfalle what awaits you on the Idalp adventure trail are two breath-taking pedestrian suspension bridges . The hike takes you from Ischgl up to the Idalp and features an elevation gain of just under 1,200 metres.

Let’s go!

You won’t be able to resist exploring the babbling mountain streams, crystal-clear mountain lakes and the high-alpine flora and fauna with marmots, chamois and ibex, all set in the 3,000 m peaks of the Silvretta group.

Important information about the hiking trails around Ischgl:

Easy hiking trails can be walked without any special knowledge. Sturdy footwear and clothing adapted to the weather conditions are the only gear and equipment required. Hikes along medium mountain trails require experience of mountaineering in the event of bad weather and should only be undertaken by footsure mountain hikers with high levels of stamina and endurance – and of course with appropriate mountain equipment. Hiking on difficult trails requires a lot of mountaineering experience in the event of bad weather and should only be undertaken by footsure mountain hikers with high levels of stamina and endurance, and with appropriate mountaineering equipment.

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