Important information about the smuggler’s circuit at a glance

FAQs about the smuggler’s circuit

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The smuggler’s tour at the Paznaun in Ischgl consists of three different routes: Depending on their level of skill and physical fitness, skiers and snowboarders can choose either the gold, the silver or the bronze circuit. The gold route is the longest and most challenging one. The silver and bronze routes with their predominantly blue slopes and shorter distances are perfect for pleasure-loving, casual skiers. 

Yes, you can select from either an interactive map, a PDF-download or the “iSki Ischgl” app  for your smartphone. All three give you a description of the route. 

The gold and bronze smuggler’s circuits will take you about 4 hours to complete, the silver one about 3,5 hours. 

To register for the competition, all you have to do is downloading the “iSki Ischgl” app to your smartphone and sign up for a chance to win some great prizes.
Important: To participate in the competition, location sharing needs to be switched on during the smuggler’s tour and all the checkpoints need to be passed in the correct order. In addition to that, the track needs to be uploaded by 5:00 pm of the same day. More information about the smuggler’s circuit competition  

To track the smuggler’s circuit, you need to switch on location sharing in your settings. That’s the only way that the checkpoints you pass – in the right order, of course – will be rated and you can participate in the competition. 

No, all you have to do is activate the GPS signal on your phone.
Tip: There’s free Wi-Fi access at all the huts and restaurants. 

If you’d like to go bargain hunting in the Swiss town Samnaun, you should read up on the current customs regulations  beforehand. This will tell you all the necessary information about exempt amounts, etc. 

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Austria