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Ischgl Ski Resort Guide

Ski Austria

Ischgl Ski Resort Guide

Ischgl Ski Resort Guide

sugar everywhere!, Ischgl photo

Ischgl

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Samnaun, Ischgl photo

Ischgl

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Ischgl

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Ischgl photo

Ischgl

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Slope Stats

  • 2873m

  • 1495m

  • 1378m

  • Acres of ski:704
  • Pistes:65
  • Snowmaking:80%
  • Halfpipes:1
  • Terrain Parks:1
  • X-Country:74 km
  • beginner21%
  • intermediate66%
  • advanced13%

Lifestyle island for winter sportsmen: The Tyrolean ski resort of Ischgl is an alpine lifestyle skiing location. The famous Ischgl winter enraptures its guests with uninhibited holiday flair, offering everything from skiing in the very finest style to concerts with international stars, entertainment, events and the highest quality of shopping all the way to outstanding culinary creations. In Ischgl, in Tyrolean Paznaun, we live and breathe superlatives. In winter the area offers a perfect mix of excellent winter sports and incomparable entertainment. It's not for nothing that the village, with a population of 1,500, is known as a perfect winter sports Eldarado, which has received multiple awards from both national and international media and offers round the clock entertainment. The service at the Silvretta Arena is improved every year, so that in Ischgl even skiing is a real experience. 'Top of the Mountain' concerts with international stars, held in the middle of the ski piste, represent a unique form of entertainment, gourmet huts offer avant-garde architecture and exclusive ski cuisine. Of course Ischgl is a perfect resort for skiing – incidentally, the largest connected one in the Tyrol – with the most modern equipment and guaranteed snow until the beginning of May. In the Silvretta Arena, more than 235 kilometres of piste lead to a height of almost 3,000 metres, then back down into the Swiss tax haven of Samnaun. As a ski resort with entertainment value, Ischgl is unique: there's an excellent après-ski atmosphere in the establishments along the Ischgl promenade. Shopping boutiques or restaurants as good as in any big city, cigar lounges or clubs, even after the day's skiing there are plenty of possibilities to suit every taste. Apart from the three 'Top of the Mountain' concerts, the Ischgl events calendar is filled with events such as the snow sculptures competition with international artists, numerous sports events like for example the Frejins Snowboard Freeride Inferno. The winter season in Ischgl starts with the opening on 27th November 2010 and finishes with the legendary 'Top of the Mountain' concert on 30th April 2011.

Travel

  • Nearest Airport:Innsbruck
  • Nearest Train Station:Landeck
  • Tourist Office Phone:+43 (0)50990 100
  • Tourist Office Website:www.ischgl.com
  • Slopeside accommodation:yes
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Lifts

  • Season opens:28 Nov 2019
  • Season closes:3 May 2020
  • Lifts:40 (5 gondolas, 23 chair lifts, 12 surface lifts)
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Announcements & News from the Ischgl ski resort manager

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27.11.2010 Top of the Mountain Opening Concert
05.12.2010 8th Ischgl "Devils Run"
26.12.2010 Ischgl Mountain Christmas
31.12.2010 New Year’s Eve
January 2011 Shapes in White
30.4.2011 Top of the Mountain Concert

Information supplied 8 Jun 2010

Latest Snow Reportview full snow report

  • Issued:10 Oct
  • Last Snowfall:10 October 2019
  • Snow Depth (upper):
  • Snow Depth (lower):
  • Piste:-
  • Off-piste:-

Today’s Weather (2126 m)view full snow forecast

AM
partly cloudy
15 SSE15
8 °CF-Level
3450m
PM
rain showers
10 SSE10
9 °CF-Level
3150m
night
heavy snow
10 NW10
6 °CF-Level
2100m

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Visitor Reviews of Ischgl

Bart from United Kingdom writes:

Undoubtedly one of the best resorts in Europe but still relatively few Brits go there.

The lifts are modern and fast. The skiing is especially good for intermediates although very advanced skiers won't be bored. Not a place for beginners.

Apres-ski is very lively and great fun. I've never seen any bad behaviour, just lots of people having a really good time.

There's a wide range of restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets.

I've been six times and stayed in six hotels; all excellent.

A great places for friends, couples and families.

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