Ischgl is a village in the traditional mountainous style, and is compact with a traffic-free centre. It’s located in the Paznaun valley on the Austria-Swtizerland border, to the south of St Anton. A ski holiday in Ischgl gives you not only great skiing and snowboarding, but also stunning views (most slopes allow you to get above the treeline) across the Silvretta range. The Silvretta ski pass also covers Galtur (up the valley) and Kappl and See (down the valley), with free buses linking the various resorts. Getting to Ischgl is easiest from Innsbruck airport (1hr45 by car), but can also be accessed from Munich (3hr30 by car). Read more...
The skiing area of Ischgl is high altitude, ranging from 1400m-2870m, with all runs bar those back to the resort above 1800m. This means your skiing or snowboarding holiday in Ischgl comes with a snow sure guarantee! (There are also 1000 snow guns to ensure great conditions). And the area’s 238km of piste are served by a top-quality lift system, meaning you’re not made to wait in queues. And there’s something for everyone on offer: experienced skiers have hard blacks and testing reds, as well as off-piste; and intermediate skiers and those looking to learn do well too with sunny nursery slopes and gentle blues, as well as a great ski schools in Ischgl. If you’re looking for snowboarding in Ischgl, then there’s a huge park (1600m long!) as well as long, wide slopes served by boarder-friendly chairs and gondolas. Cross-country skiing in Ischgl is an exciting prospect with 74km of trails.
As a rest, Ischgl gets the best of both worlds as its buildings are in the appealing traditional style, but it has the buzz of a town. Catered chalets allow you to unwind after a hard day on the slopes, and facilities including saunas and hot tubs help you do this. Apartments and hotels in Ischgl are also of a high standard, giving you the option of a luxury holiday or a do-it-yourself, low-cost ski holiday in Ischgl. In the village there’s also plenty to do with an excellent range of restaurants and some of the best après-ski in Europe – it starts just after lunch and you needn’t stop until well after dark! Ischgl is also well known for its shopping, rivalling Lecce for high-end fashion outlets.
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