› Lockable & heated ski depot in ski cellar
› ski run nearly directly to the hotel
› 5 minutes-walk to the cable car station
› alternative: cross-country skiing run
› new alternative: skibus starts directly opposite the hotel -
only 1 stop away
› Skipass service when you book packages
› 10% on services of the sports shop Sport Adler
› snow reliabilty from end of November to early May
› 1,100 snow making machines, 239 piste km, 515 ha piste area
› all levels of difficulty, longest piste: 11 km, 4 funparks
› 94,671 people transport capacity per hour,
barely standing times at the lifts
› transboundary until Switzerland
Ischgl is a freeride paradise - an insider tip, so to speak. Even days after snowfall you will find runs in the Silvretta Arena which no one rode before.
Additionally, the Silvretta-Arena has gained not only more piste km due to the opening of the Piz Val Gronda, but also revealed a so far hidden freeride area. Pro or beginner – Ischgl is ideal for freerider and variant skiers.
Conquer secluded valleys with your skis and skins, mount breathtaking peaks and enjoy the solitude away from the hustle and bustle...
It is possibly the most original form of skiing: on foot, with skis and skins, conquering the mountain. The downhill run a pure pleasure in the deep powder snow. Ski tours in Ischgl in Tyrol are an absolute must for all mountain fans.