Ischgl, a skiing hotspot in Tyrol
Since it opened in the 1960s, Ischgl hasn’t stopped expanding, becoming one of the most highly rated winter sports resorts in Europe. Skiing is just one of the many activities on offer here.
A top-end resort
With 490 snow cannons, around 40 ski lifts and over 230 km of runs, most of which are red, Ischgl has one of the largest ski areas in the Alps. Its location at altitudes ranging from 1378 m to 2873 m means it has exceptional snow cover from the end of November until the start of May. The resort is modernised every year and in 2017 was equipped with a snowpark, used by freeriding pros and beginners alike. You’ll find the right equipment for this type of sport in the resort’s numerous ski hire outlets.
Where can you stay in Ischgl?
In this 1600-inhabitant village, contemporary luxury hotels stand alongside traditional, more affordable chalets. With almost 400 places to stay and 8000 beds, you’re certain to find accommodation that’s suited to your budget and taste.
What’s there to do in Ischgl?
Ischgl never sleeps. In between skiing, sleigh rides, paragliding and luging, you’ll also have access to the village’s swimming pool and wellness centre, bowling alley, four indoor tennis courts, open-air ice rink, myriad ski hire outlets and high-end shops. Ischgl is also world-famous for its Top of the Mountain concerts, which have featured some major international stars. So be prepared for an eclectic stay!
Good to know: The culinary Mecca of the Alps
Home to a number of Michelin-starred restaurants, Ischgl is considered to be a bastion of gastronomy. So why not treat your taste buds!
With a combination of sports, shopping and relaxation to offer, Ischgl can guarantee you a first-rate holiday in the heart of Tyrol.
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