One of the biggest interconnected ski areas in the world ideal for shopping spree.
Information about the Resort
Together with neighboring Samnaun, Ischgl comprises one of the biggest interconnected ski areas in the world. For skiing and snowboarding, there are 239 km of slopes and 15 km of ski routes available. 41 lifts transport the guests. The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 1,377 and 2,872 m. Due to its high altitude and location in the middle of the Alps it enjoys great snow conditions from November to early May. The cross-border ski resort connects Ischgl in Austria with the Swiss duty-free village of Samnaun. Ideal destination for a shopping spree. From boarding to skiing, jumps in funparks or freeriding in powder – everything is possible here. Moreover, Ischgl boasts state of the art infrastructure comprising of very modern chairlifts including the world record Gampenbahn and even a double-decker cable car that transport skiers up to the Silvretta Arena.
Munich: 230km, apprx 3h30
Zurich: 230km, apprx 2h45
Milan: 350km, apprx 5h
Pros and Cons
- Snow reliability
- Modern lifts
- Snowboard friendly resort, big snowpark, few flat parts
- Huge freeride terrain
- Possibility to ski into Switzerland for duty free shopping
- Events, apres-ski
- Not suitable for beginners, mostly red and black slopes
- Horse-drawn sleigh rides
- Ice skating
Our Tours to the Ischgl-Samnaun
Ever wondered where to spend first days of 2020? Ischgl-Samnaun in Austria wins awards for its quality slopes and infrastructure regularly. A must-visit destination!
- Duration: 11-18 of January, 8 days
This tour is clearly suited for skiing cracks. You will have the chance to ski a total of 800 (!) slope kilometers across 4 different resorts.
- Duration: 14-21 of December, 9 days, 8 days of skiing
This adventure sees travelers traverse Ischgl to the beautiful village Samnaun, Switzerland’s only duty-free shopping paradise. So get your backpack ready, because we will ski there!
- Duration: 8 days