Mountain Sports

Of course, the long winter is Ischgl's showcase season. But what goes in summer? A lot! 

Hiking to lakes and lodges

The journey is its own reward! And it begins in front of the door or on the cable car or chairlift (free to use with the Silvretta Card). On the interactive panorama, you can follow exactly where you are or where you still have to go. Many cosy lodges and farms, view points and reservoirs are waiting for families, sportspeople or true "leisure hikers". The free hiking bus will take you back from the neighbouring townships.

Nordic Walking on Ischgls high routes

Originally developed in Finland as summer endurance training for cross-country skiers, Nordic Walking has long made its way to our region. Those who want to try this sport on Ischgl's wonderful high routes, can rent poles locally and book a trainer to show you the right technique.

Trailrunning up to 3,000 meters altitude

Of course, you can also take a more leisurely approach: The "Silvretta-Run 3000" leads daring runners along the longest route 43.3 kilometres through the Paznaun mountains up to Kronenjoch ridge at 3,000 meters – adrenaline-alarm at over 1,600 metres difference in altitude.

Climbing up to Ischgl's peaks

And those who like it even steeper, can climb a Spitz. The Greitspitz and the Flimspitz are just two of many via ferratas just waiting to be climbed. Highly trained mountain guides will bring even inexperienced climbers to the finish.

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