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Off the slopes of Ischgl

If you are looking for peace and quiet off the slopes, you might discover unexpected treasures and complete relaxation. While the mind is at ease, the body gets some exercise. The perfect combination for regeneration and rejuvenation during your holiday in Ischgl. 

All winter sports activities at a glance

Aside from its 239 kilometres of slopes, Ischgl offers an almost equally vast amount of possibilities for winter sports activities – all in a pristine natural landscape. Whether you’re snowshoe hiking through some breath-taking scenery or cross-country skiing through a winter wonderland at the Paznaun. It doesn’t matter, if you’re down in the valley or up on the mountain: In Ischgl, every holiday guest can find their ideal activity off the slopes: 

  • multiple-kilometres-long snowshoe and winter hiking trails 
  • a more than 70-kilometres-long network of cross-country ski trails
  • one of the longest night toboggan runs in the Alps
  • a natural ice rink at the town center of Ischgl 
  • horse-drawn sleigh rides 
  • a water park with sauna world

Snowshoe hiking in Ischgl

A snowshoe hike through the mountains of Ischgl is the perfect option if you want to combine enjoying nature with getting some exercise. You can boost your fitness and get the blood pumping. Snowshoe hiking is without a doubt a mountain adventure in nature. 

By the way: Groomed and marked winter hiking trails guide you through the pristine landscape. Individual tours – like the moonshine hike – are also offered. If you’d like to know more, please contact someone at your accommodation or one of the holiday experts at the tourism office Paznaun-Ischgl. Why not take advantage of this opportunity to discover places that might have otherwise remained hidden from you? 

Cross-country skiing at the Paznaun

In Ischgl, everyone can find the perfect cross-country skiing trail for themselves. ‘Pleasure-skiers’ just as well as endurance athletes. The entire network of cross-country skiing trails spans more than 70 kilometres between 1,377 metres and 2,040 metres above sea level. It’s no mistake that the Paznaun can call itself the “Tyrolean cross-country skiing specialist” and is amongst the top cross-country skiing regions in Tyrol. The high elevation ensures snow well into spring and the perfect infrastructure for gentle gliding or to improve aerobic fitness. 

Night tobogganing in Ischgl – Mountain hut charm and tradition

With seven kilometres and 950 metres of elevation, the night toboggan run in Ischgl is one of the longest runs of its kind in the Alps. From the middle of December to the beginning of April, the floodlit fun on runners delights adventure-seekers. Additionally, the mountain restaurant Idalpe offers hut ambience including music and delicacies. You’ll see: Hardly anything promises more fun and action than a tobogganing evening with friends and family during your winter holiday! 

Winter sports on the ice

Ice skating in Ischgl is the perfect option if you want some variety during your winter sports holiday – for both children and adults. Whether it’s a few laps on the ice in warm winter sunlight or – for true romantics – under the starlit sky of Tyrol: ice skating never goes out of style! 

The ice rink in Ischgl is located near the town centre at the Silvrettabahn cable car parking lot. Equipment can be rented directly on site. So, get on your way! 

Horse-drawn sleigh rides through Ischgl: truly romantic

A horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snowy Paznaun is THE classic when it comes to winter holidays. Sitting all snuggled up in a sleigh – while listening to the stories of the coachman – is the perfect way to romantically end your ski day. He’ll have plenty to tell you about! 

Tip: Wellness at the Silvretta Center Ischgl

If you want to relax and unwind after a day on the slopes, you should visit the Silvretta Center in Ischgl. This water park with sauna world is located at the town’s centre and is the ideal alternative to the activities on and off the slopes. If you want to prevent aching muscles, you should treat yourself to a massage or to a visit at the finnish wood sauna.

As you can see: The multitude of possibilities for activities goes way beyond just fun on the slopes of the Silvretta Arena! Browse all accommodations in Ischgl now and book your holiday at the winter paradise that is Tyrol!