Slopes and lift facilities Ischgl
Skiing in Ischgl: 93.800 people per hour
WHAT’S BEHIND THIS NUMBERS GAME?
238 kilometres of very well prepared pistes, 45 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts, 1100 snow machines?
The answer – unlimited fun skiing and snow-assuredness from November until the start of May.
Whether it‘s boarding or skiing, jumps in Fun Parks or freeriding in the powder snow away from the pistes – those of you who just can’t get enough, can quite simply do more. In the land of milk and honey for those with an appetite for the winter, a holiday in Tyrol means more than “just“ skiing. State-of-the-art chair lifts and even a cable car which has double-stack cabins take everyone where they want to go. From the beginner’s terrain which has wide ski pistes, through to challenging steep slopes, everything is on offer. Speedy, in comfort and almost without any waiting around – thanks to facilities which are equipped with state-of-the-art technology.
Those of you who enjoy crossing borders can just pick up your skis and head from Austria to Switzerland. A joint ski pass from Ischgl in Austria and the Swiss duty-free region of Samnaun, connects the Silvretta-Arena – a high altitude, snow-assured winter sports paradise which has over 238 kilometres of pistes.
For those of you who prefer things to be short and sweet, here are the figures in a nutshell:
- 238 kilometres pistes
- 515 hectares piste surface area
- 93,000 people – the total conveyance capacity per hour 1100 snow machines
- Longest piste: 11 km