ACTIVITIES DURING YOUR
WINTER HOLIDAY IN ISCHGL
Discover the beauty of Ischgl’s mountains and experience the unrivalled tranquillity that the deep snow-covered peaks exude. The Ischgl ski school offers guided tours.
The Silvretta Arena is a superlative skiing area which features 238 km of slopes, 45 lifts and cabelways as well as fantastic downhill runs from 2,800 metres above sea level. And there you are, in the midst of it all – skiing, snowboarding or even doing some night tobogganing.
Experience the idyllic side of Ischgl on a lovely horse-drawn sleigh ride. Snugly wrapped up in warm blankets, you glide along snow-covered trails through Ischgl’s winter landscape.
Away from the perfectly groomed slopes, freeriders will find a treasure trove with numerous unobstructed runs. So, no matter if you’re a professional or a beginner in Ischgl, as a freerider and backcountry skier you’ll find everything your heart desires.
On your marks! Get set – go! Tobogganing fun is guaranteed in Ischgl. After all, the nighttime toboggan run in Ischgl always ensures thrills and spills. Open Mondays and Thursdays. To get to the run, take the Silvretta cable car from 7 pm to 8:30 pm.
Treat yourself to a break from everyday life and away from the slopes – the Ischgl winter hiking trail is perfect for those quieter days during your winter holiday.
Choose from classic cross-country skiing or skating. The snow-sure region around Ischgl awaits you with a marvellous selection of extensive and excellent cross-country skiing trails. Altogether, the network of cross-country trails covers at least 50 km and is highly appreciated by beginners, advanced and athletically ambitious cross-country skiers alike.
The ski area around the Idalpe is one of the largest contiguous skiing areas in the Alps and offers extensive possibilities for a wide range of winter sports activities.
In close proximity to the Ischgl village centre, our guests will find the natural ice rink where they can skate to their hearts’ content in bright sunshine or under a clear night sky.
The oldest form of skiing. Overcome the challenge of difficult climbs, first on foot, on skis and with pulled-up pelts, conquer the mountain and then enjoy the downhill run and make your own tracks in Ischgl’s deep powder snow.