A chairlift leading up to Ischgl’s highest summit

Lange Wand C5 in Ischgl

Since the Lange Wand C5 at the Silvretta Arena was built in 2010, it takes skiers up to the highest summit in Ischgl: the Greitspitz. And the Lange Wand is as stylish as it is comfortable: comfort leather seat padding, weather protection hoods and heated seats turn the six minutes long ascent into a well-deserved break. Up on the Greitspitz, impressive panoramic views of the Silvretta Arena await you – and, of course, perfectly groomed red and black slopes. 

Good to know:
Slope number 14a  is known as being the most difficult slope of the resort and, hence, is incredibly popular with adrenaline junkies! With a gradient of up to 70 per cent, the slope Lange Wand challenges even the best of skiers. 

Lange Wand C5 lift facts:

  • highest level of comfort thanks to leather seat padding, weather protection hoods and heated seats
  • the ascent up to the Greitspitz – at 2,872 metres above sea level – only takes about six minutes
  • it transports up to 2,400 people per hour – short waiting times guaranteed!

Technical data at a glance

The Lange Wand C5 lift was built in the summer of 2010 to make the Greitspitz more easily accessible for skiers. The Silvretta cable car company invested 8 million euros into the construction of this state-of-the-art chairlift. And now, it ensures both efficiency and comfort and has become one of the most popular ones in the entire ski resort. During construction, more than 200 employees were at work. 

The Lange Wand C5 lift turns the ascent to the Greitspitz into a whole lift experience. You should try it out for yourself during your next ski holiday! 

Construction Lange Wand C5