Ski Holidays in Ischgl
Extensive snowsure high altitude skiing with lively village atmosphere. High in the Paznaun valley in the heart of the stunning Silvretta mountains, the fashionable, alpine village of Ischgl presents some of the best skiing in Austria. An efficient high altitude lift system and beautiful scenery make Ischgl a true paradise for skiers.
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Skiing in Ischgl
Renowned for its superb après ski, Ischgl is a lively and compact village with a wide choice of beckoning bars and nightspots. Galtür is a pretty and unspoilt little village with its own 40km ski area and linked to neighbouring Ischgl by a frequent bus service, free with the lift pass.
Galtür is a pretty little village nestling deep in the heart of the beautiful Paznaun valley. With its own 40km ski area and linked to the magnificent Ischgl region by a frequent bus service (free with the whole area lift pass), it is ideal for beginners and guests who enjoy superbly groomed and uncrowded slopes.
Snow conditions in Ischgl
The north facing high altitude slopes already make for great snow throughout the season but with the added snow making facilities across most of the pistes skiers can be guaranteed frequent snow coverage throughout the entire season.
Après Ski, Restaurants and other activities in Ischgl
Ischgl has some of the best après ski in the Alps. There are a wide range of bars and nightclubs (many are part of resort hotels) as well as special events throughout the season. The Trofan Alms has been named the #1 Aprés ski bar in the world on several occasions and it's neighbour, The Schatzi Bar, is famous for it's bar tops dancers in their own very short version of the traditional Dirndl. Also ty: · Pacha Nightclub (Hotel Madlein) · Feuer & Eis · Kuhstahl · American-themed Allegra Bar · Down Under · Kitzloch · Fuchsloch · Tenne.
Ischgl has a good range of restaurants, with a mixture of themes ranging from traditional to Mexican, fine dining to pizza. Try: · Salz & Pfeffer · Grill Alm · La Bamba · Goldener Adler · Trofana Alm · Kitzloch (for fondue).
Other activities include:
- Floodlit tobogganing (7km)
- Ice skating
- 50km winter walks
- Leisure centre with indoor pool, steam baths & sauna
- Indoor tennis
- Sleigh rides
Ischgl Chalets & Hotels
Family Skiing in Ischgl
Ischgl is one for the bucket list. Everyone needs to experience this resort at some point and it is a brilliant place for a family ski holiday. There is loads of skiing to be enjoyed and it’s a really fun place with loads of outdoor activities and a wide selection of mountain restaurants. Ischgl boasts the longest toboggan runs in the Alps, perfect for adventurous families!
There is a fantastic beginners area with an easy access magic carpet take you up the easy slope. The intermediate and advanced skier have access to loads of skiing, and even a world class fun park for those that like to fly!
There is a range of food options available to cater for all budgets, from the basic self-service up to fine dining. Ischgl has 14 mountain restaurants and ski lodges in the Silvretta Arena.
Group Skiing in Ischgl
Ischgl sells itself when it comes to groups skiing. Iglu Ski has a range of accommodations to choose from and we offer hotels that can give us a large allocation of rooms to accommodate big groups.
The Skiing, the Après and the nightlife that Ischgl offers is up there with the best, it just comes down to how much energy you and your group have… You will certainly have a story or 2 to tell the next morning!
Transfer time in Ischgl
About 90 minutes drive away is Innsbruck airport (62 miles from resort), other surrounding airports are Munich and Zurich which are about a three hours drive or bus transfer from Ischgl.
Ischgl SKI PASS PRICES
The prices for the Ischgl Silvretta lift pass, for the Winter 22/23 ski season can be found below.
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Prices are normally based on a full area lift pass and child ages vary by resort. The above are guides, so please call one of the Iglu team for prices for your holiday.
Ski Hire in Ischgl
There are normally a number of shops where you can pick up your pre-booked ski or snowboard equipment from. Which shop you go to will depend on where you are staying in Ischgl. Here is a guide to ski or snowboard hire in Ischgl:
|Ski Hire Type||Adult 6 days||Child 6 days|
|Bronze - Skis and Boots or Snowboard and Boots||£51|
|Silver - Skis and Boots or Snowboard and Boots||£124||£57|
|Gold - Skis and Boots or Snowboard and Boots||£143|
|Platinum - Skis and Boots or Snowboard and Boots||£162|
You can book your ski hire for your trip to Ischgl here
Excellent modern Austrian m/Swiss resort for all levels. Heated chair lifts and cable cars and moving walk ways in the resort. The only issue was with the skischule Ischgl who didn’t honour our 16 year olds last day 3 hour lesson. This was really disappointing.
Apres Ski: 3/5
Ischgl is like St Anton but on steroids. The skiing and lift system are very impressive, didn't stand in a queue at all. Really big ski area, lots of off piste and great on mountain restaurants. Apres was wild and would go back at the drop of a hat.
Apres Ski: 5/5