Ischgl sits on the Austrian side of one of the biggest ski regions in the world. The Pardatschgratbahn, Fimbabahn, and Silvrettabahn are the three ropeways that connect the hamlet to the ski resort.
Ischgl is one of Austria’s most popular ski resorts, and its Après Ski program is legendary! The concerts at the start and conclusion of each season, where international luminaries such as Elton John, P!nk, Jon Bon Jovi, and Robbie Williams have previously played, are a particular highlight. Because of its large party scene, the Tyrolean ski resort does not draw as many guests. Ischgl also has a lot to offer enthusiastic skiers and snowboarders! The Silvretta Arena’s 238 kilometers (148 miles) of pistes and 45 lifts, which extend all the way into Swiss Samnaun, making this ski area a genuine dream come true! Over 90% of the ski resort’s elevation is over 2.000 meters (6561 feet), giving Ischgl an unusually extended season.
Despite its reputation for après-ski and a long list of nightclubs, Ischgl has a broader appeal as a high-quality resort that caters to a wide range of visitors.
The majority of skiers will like the family-friendly slopes, and the grooming and snowmaking are second to none. The skiing is actually vast, with full lift and slope integration with neighboring Samnaun in Switzerland across the border, and there’s off piste skiing in every direction after a huge snowfall. Only the most difficult on-piste tasks are absent.
It’s all new and unmistakably ritzy in town, with plenty of decent shopping, stylish eateries, and opulent hotels.