Ischgl Ski Resort

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    Ischgl Ski Trail Map
  • Ischgl Ski Trail Map
  • Vertical (m)
    1371m – 2874m (1503m)
  • Average Snow Fall
    Unknown
  • Lifts (45)
    7 Gondolas / cable cars
    25 Chairs
  • Ski Hours
    Late Nov to early May
    8:30am to 4:00pm
  • Terrain Summary
    Runs - 238km
    Longest run – 11km
    Advanced - 15%
    Intermediate - 62%
    Beginner - 33%
  • Lift Pass Prices (Day Ticket 18/19)
    Ischgl/Samnaun VIP Pass (Guest card req.)
    Adult - €50.50
    Child - €31.50
    Child u/10yr - Free

    Silvretta Pass (incl. Galtuer, Kappl & See)
    Adult - €54.50
    Child - €31.50
    Child u/8yr - Free
     Ischgl - Samnaun Ski Trail Map
  • Ischgl - Samnaun Ski Trail Map

Ischgl Ski Resort Austria

Ischgl ski resort in the Silvretta mountains of western Tyrol is one of Austria's most popular snow holiday destinations. Ischgl has a deserved reputation for excellent skiing and snowboarding and a serious party scene.

Situated on the frontier with Switzerland, Ischgl is interlinked with Samnaun ski resort to create a huge & diverse ski area of over 230km of trails & 45 ski lifts. Ischgl will delight all Powderhounds with the range, size & quality of the snow, lifts & terrain.  See the Ischgl ski trail map here.

Ischgl is also renowned for its fun après scene, with music, drink & dancing well into the night, most nights.

Summary of Pros and Cons for Ischgl Ski Resort

Pros

  • Huge ski area spanning two countries (linked to Samnaun Switzerland);
  • Consistent and quality snow;
  • A long season from November to May;
  • Variety of on & off piste terrain to suit all abilities & sense of adventure;
  • Modern &efficient lift infrastructure.

Cons

  • Extremely busy during peak periods;
  • Accommodation can be expensive and hard to get.

Pro or Con (Depending on your perspective)

  • Majority of Ischgl’s pistes are north facing so are less sun-drenched than in Samnaun;
  • A massive après ski scene – love it or loath it – you choose. 

Where is Ischgl, Austria?

Ischgl is near the border with Switzerland in south west Tirol, Austria. Around 100km by road from Innsbruck., the nearest major centre is Landeck-Zams, 30km north of Ischgl. Ischgl is well serviced by train & bus via Landeck-Zams.

Closest major gateway airports are Innsbruck, Munich & Zurich. Search & book all airport transfers to Ischgl here.

Ischgl Accommodation

Ischgl comprises a multitude of lodging options in town, on the mountain, ski-in ski-out or elsewhere in the valley. Proximity to ski lifts will dictate price & availability. If booked out try any of the villages up & down the valley like Wirl, Galtür, Kappl & See. Each has its own smaller ski resort & regular ski-bus connections to Ischgl.

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Review

The Powderhounds will review Ischgl in 2019. More information is coming soon. Stay tuned for our photos & insights.

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Ski Tours in or near Ischgl

Single-Base, Multi-Ski-Area Tours

Austria Tour Innsbruck Freeride City
HOSTED & GUIDED SNOWBOARDING
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Days Snowboarding | 7 Ski Resorts
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
Based in Innsbruck, this trip is for intermediate to advanced (or better) snowboarders taking in some of the best ski resorts in the Austrian Alps. Join the "fixed date" tour with your own group or come alone and meet new friends.
Price p/p From price based on twin/double-share room occupancy.
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USD 1,839
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