Ischgl

Ischgl

About the Resort

With an enviable location that delivers both excellent slopes, and a superb après ski scene to match, the wonderful Ischgl piste map makes for a great choice for a fun-packed ski holiday in Austria. Getting to Ischgl  When you’re thinking about how to get here, the Ischgl transfer times are best if

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Designed like a high-mountain refuge, this site is set beneath the Aiguille Rouge, Les Arcs’ highest peak (3226 m). A freeride mecca and ideally situated to getting the most out of the Paradiski area, it truly is a paradise for the ski-obsessed. Read More…

Most of the Ischgl ski accommodation is of an excellent quality, although the prices don’t always reflect the quality.  You’ve got 4-star Ischgl hotels in the main, but you will also find some 3-star hotels here too Read More…

When it comes to the Ischgl weather, you’ll be guaranteed of a snowsure resort due to its high altitude, with the slopes seeing an average of 32cm of snow on a weekly basis Read More…

Ischgl certainly has the reputation of being one of the best designed resorts in Austria, and in fact the world.  With its superb high-tech lifts, it boasts a double-decker cable car and a funitel which runs on two cables instead of one; you’ll certainly get to the slopes quicker. Read More…

Visitors to Ischgl will love its traditional vibe, and particularly its traffic-free centre.  Its high altitude makes it a great location for reliable snow throughout the season.  You’ve got a fair-sized area of slopes that are linked with Samnaun in Switzerland; making it a superb area for Austro-Swiss skiing; a particular plus for this resort not seen elsewhere. Read More…

Visitors to Ischgl will love its traditional vibe, and particularly its traffic-free centre.  Its high altitude makes it a great location for reliable snow throughout the season.  You’ve got a fair-sized area of slopes that are linked with Samnaun in Switzerland; making it a superb area for Austro-Swiss skiing; a particular plus for this resort not seen elsewhere. Read More…

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Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Snowboarding
Apres-ski
Non-ski
Resort Charm
Shopping
Eating

Ratings

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Highlights

+ One of the Alps’ most snowsure resorts

+ Great intermediate cruising on wide, open pistes

+ The best lift system in the world – you never need to ride on long, slow lifts

+ Vibrant village with some great après

Things to think about

– Beginner slopes are up high, which can be cold in bad weather

– Resort runs are steep and can be very busy at the end of the day

– Few seriously challenging runs for expert skiers

– Accommodation hard to book for less than a week

Ski Passes

Adult

€ 58.00

€ 115.00

€ 171.50

€ 227.00

€ 276.00

€ 316.50

ski passes

Child

€ 33.50

€ 66.00

€ 97.50

€ 128.50

€ 156.00

€ 179.00

What's Included

SILVRETTA Skipass under 8 year olds go free, if accompanied by adult.
The SILVRETTA ski pass is valid at 73 facilities in Ischgl, Samnaun, Galtür, Kappl and See.

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Ski Area
239km

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

57km
113km
69km
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

2872m
1400m
1377m
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45

Lifts

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2

Snow

Park

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€316.50

Ski Pass

6 Days

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15 January ’21
2 May ’21
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Ice rink
Night tobogganing
Sport center
Pool

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Tolls

€70

Flights

Accommodation

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