The Tyrolean Alps offer winter sports enthusiasts unlimited fun and action. This is especially true for the Paznauntal and the Silvretta Arena where interested ones are awaited by top winter holidays: 238 km of superbly groomed ski runs, 515 hectares of piste area, 1.100 snow machines and 45 state-of-the-art cable ways make the Silvretta Arena the largest connected ski area in Tyrol. The longest piste is 11 km, but the most exciting ski runs are found off the regular pistes. You’ll see, Ischgl offers something for every taste.
No matter whether you like skiing or snowboarding, prefer to practice your jumps in the fun parks or go free riding in the powder snow off the pistes – those who come to Ischgl in winter find themselves amidst the stunning mountain scenery of the Silvretta Arena, which, as you will see, has far more to offer than a beautiful view. Find your own rhythm while you’re cross-country skiing or touring the winter wonderland. Or why not opt for ice-skating or a snowshoe hike? Experienced mountain and ski guides that accompany you on your tour can be booked at the ski school Ischgl. 14 mountain restaurants and alpine huts invite you to enjoy Tyrolean delicacies and take a rest before you go back onto the slopes.
The residents of the Talblick and the Paulishof get a discount on the VIP ski pass for the Silvretta Arena.