Ischgl


More fun, more action, more speed, more luxury - Ischgl in the Paznauntal Valley doesn't just promise all these things but delivers on this promise 100%.

Visitors wishing to hit the slopes during the day and the dancefloor at night should head for this village in the Paznaun Valley.

But things haven’t always been this way. Until around 100 years ago Ischgl was a small farming community on the Swiss border whose residents were so poor that families could not even afford to feed their children and instead had to send them to richer areas to work in exchange for food and board. It was not until the rise of the Alps as a tourism destination that Ischgl slowly transformed itself from a remote village into a popular destination for holidaymakers.

Nevertheless, Ischgl has managed to maintain its traditional character and way of life while at the same time offering guests a heady combination of fun, action, speed, luxurious accommodation and fine dining. Couple this with excellent service and memorable events, and it is no surprise that Ischgl is the place to be in winter.


Ischgl also has plenty to offer in summer. The Ironbike is one of the toughest mountain bike marathons in the world and has the highest prize money of any mountain bike marathon in Europe., © Paznaun-Ischgl
Ischgl Ironbike

Ischgl also has plenty to offer in summer. The Ironbike is one of the toughest mountain bike marathons in the world and has the highest prize money of any mountain bike marathon in Europe.

The St. James's Trail leading to Santiago de Compostela is generally associated with long hikes and spiritual reflection. For those for whom food is a religion there is the St. James's Culinary Trail in the Paznaun Valley, which connects restaurants and huts offering fine food in traditional surroundings., © Paznaun-Ischgl
Haute cuisine

The St. James's Trail leading to Santiago de Compostela is generally associated with long hikes and spiritual reflection. For those for whom food is a religion there is the St. James's Culinary Trail in the Paznaun Valley, which connects restaurants and huts offering fine food in traditional surroundings.

Every year Ischgl celebrates the opening and closing of the ski season in the Silvretta Arena with concerts given by international music stars., © Paznaun-Ischgl
Top of the Mountain concerts

Every year Ischgl celebrates the opening and closing of the ski season in the Silvretta Arena with concerts given by international music stars.

45 lifts and cable cars, almost 240km of pistes – the Silvretta Arena, which connects Ischgl with the Samnaun region in Switzerland, offers snowsure slopes from November until May., © Paznaun-Ischgl
Silvretta Arena

45 lifts and cable cars, almost 240km of pistes – the Silvretta Arena, which connects Ischgl with the Samnaun region in Switzerland, offers snowsure slopes from November until May.

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