Walk of Lyrics
Another highlight of the adventure hike is the Walk of Lyrics. That’s where hikers and stars from the music industry meet. You’re wondering how that’s possible? At plenty of stations where stars like Rihanna, Udo Jürgens, etc. are represented as art objects – that’s how.
The best-known songs of the musicians are staged in a new and unique way. Because at the Walk of Lyrics – how else could it be? – the lyrics to the songs are at the centre of attention: quietly as text. Time to focus on the lyrics!
The most beautiful lookout points in Ischgl
What can’t be missing from any hike in the mountains of Ischgl? The view! Of the lush green pastures. The treetops. The mountain panorama that’s practically at your feet. With or without children. With or without a lot of mountain experience – amongst the following, you’re sure to find the perfect lookout point for you:
The Flimspitze has one of the highest elevations of the Silvretta Arena. At almost 3,000 metres above sea level, you get to expect a breath-taking 360-degree view of the mountains at the Paznaun. Here’s how you can reach the Flimspitze: take the cable car up to the intermediate staton of the Idalp. Follow the signposts along the road to the turning of “Pardatschgrat-Flimjoch-Flimspitze-Flimjoch”. Walking time of this moderately difficult tour: about 2.5 hours.
The Rauher Kopf at 2,478 metres above sea level is THE lookout point in the Tyrolean Alps. But mind you: this black hike requires mountain experience and a high level of endurance! Start in Mathon at the underpass of the through road at “Gasthof Glöckner” towards Nederli. Then continue to the Innerer Bergli – Äußerer Bergli – Rauher Kopf. Back to Ischgl, you’ll hike over the Tschamatsch Kopf. Walking time of this difficult route: 4.5 to 5 hours.
The Greitspitze can be reached via different routes. On foot or with the Silvrettabahn cable car and Flimjochbahn lift. Once at the mountain station, there are about 45 minutes of walking time ahead of you. So, the hike is perfect for all those who don’t want to hike very far but still want to enjoy the stunning scenic views. Tip: An entry in the summit register is a must!
The prefect lookout point for families: after the ascent with the Silvrettabahn cable car and the Flimjochbahn lift, you’ve reached the Viderjoch. This short hike is perfect for little children as well. By the way: at the summit, you’re standing right on the state line between Austria and Switzerland.
You love to climb and are a huge fan of challenging vie ferrate? That’s great! Have a look at the two different vie ferrate in Ischgl – for both beginners and advanced climbers!