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    Ischgl in Tirol: Legendary Lifestyle

    Snow-sure slopes, gourmet hot spot, and world-beating nightlife: Ischgl is lifestyle skiing.

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Legendary Lifestyle

If you only go skiing once in your life, do it in Ischgl. This Tirolean town doesn’t just have snow-sure slopes, thrilling freeriding, and an extra-long skiing season, it gives you the full Alpine experience. Take your pick from the resort’s many world-class hotels, eat at a different toque-awarded restaurant every night, and see international stars at the “Top of the Mountain” concerts right on the piste. Yes, there is a good reason that skiing in Ischgl is legendary.

Why Visit Ischgl in Tirol?

  • Snow-sure from November to May
  • Ski both Austria & Switzerland in one ski area
  • Ski destination with the most 4-star and 5-star hotels
  • Gourmet hot spot: 8 toque-awarded restaurants
  • Great nightlife & concerts
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How to Get There

By plane:
The closest airports are Innsbruck (100 km), Munich, Germany (229 km), and Zürich-Kloten, Switzerland (234 km).

By train/bus:
Take a train to Landeck-Zams railway station (direct train from Innsbruck: 45 min). Then take bus 260 to Paznaun (approx. 1 h).

By car:
  • From Germany: Take the German A7 motorway, then the Fernpassbundesstraße (B197) in Tirol and continue along via Imst and Landeck to the A12 and to the Arlbergschnellstraße (S16).
  • From Switzerland: Take the A3 to Feldkirch or the A1 to Lustenau and Dornbirn. Continue along on the A14 towards Innsbruck. Pass the Arlberg tunnel and take the S16 to the Pians exit. Reach Paznaun-Ischgl via the Silvretta Bundesstraße (B188).
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Facts & Figures

Altitude: 1,377 - 2,872 m

Highest point: Greitspitze 2,872 m

Snow-sure from November to May

239 km of slopes:
  • 39 km blue slopes
  • 150 km red slopes
  • 35 km black slopes
  • 15 km ski route
45 lifts:
  • 7 cable cars
  • 25 chairlifts
  • 13 drag lifts
1 zip line:
  • Skyfly: 85 km/h
Longest slope: The Eleven – 11 km

Tobogganing: 7 km

Snow park: 1

Restaurants: 15

Steepest slope: 14a with gradient of up to 70%

One of the largest connected, cross-border ski resorts of the Alps

Plenty of off-piste options

Duty-free shopping in Samnaun, Switzerland

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Get in Touch

Paznaun-Ischgl Tourism Association

Dorfstraße 43
6561 Ischgl

Telephone: +43 50 990 100

Paznaun-Ischgl Tourism Association

Dorfstraße 43
6561 Ischgl

Telephone: +43 50 990 100

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