ISCHGL, AUSTRIA SKI & SNOWBOARD HOLIDAYS
Ischgl offers some of the best skiing in the Alps, whilst the après ski is in the top handful of destinations anywhere. Ischgl has shot to fame over the last few years with the arrival of big name concerts and some huge marketing but behind all the hype, the Ischgl ski area remains a seriously impressive ski and snowboarding region, the ski holiday resort is pumping throughout the ski season and with neighbouring ski areas such as Galtur and Kappl, the skiing and snowboarding seems endless.
Resort 1377m | Top Lift 2872m | Lifts 40
Superb skiing and snowboarding and some of the very best après ski in the world – Ischgl is deservedly popular.
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ISCHGL SKI & SNOWBOARD - POWDER SNOW, HUGE SKIING
Ischgl, Austria skiing is on a big scale. Firstly the huge amount of off-piste terrain within the Ischgl ski area really extends the scope of an already huge ski area that stretches into Switzerland. Secondly, for those wanting to explore the Paznaun valley further, the ski holiday resorts of Galtur and Kappl are located on either side of Ischgl, whilst further down the valley is See. These 3 areas offer impressive skiing and snowboarding for beginners and intermediates. Within the Ischgl it is the intermediate and advanced skier and snowboarder who will most benefit. There is a large beginners ski area at Idalp with some very gentle terrain but it is the endless red ski pistes and the chance to access some serious off-piste terrain that makes Ischgl such a draw for good skiers and snowboarders. Ischgl is a popular ski destination but 3 high capacity lifts out of the resort of Ischgl as well as excellent ski lift infrastructure over nearly the entire mountain only add to the ski experience in Ischgl. Ischgl skiing ranks amongst the best in the Alps.
ISCHGL LATEST NEWS
- November 14, 2013
Winter 2013-14 openings in Austria
- August 16, 2013
Ischgl is heading south and off-piste with the Piz Val Gronda link
- November 25, 2012
Ischgl opens with a powder hit
- November 15, 2012
Ischgl opening in the next week
- September 30, 2012
The 2012/13 Tirol snow card – Ischgl and Solden join the party
- June 14, 2012
Ischgl winter opening 2012/13
- May 10, 2012
Last weekend for the 2011/12 Tirol snow card
- December 1, 2011
December brings the snow
- November 27, 2011
Endlich – the snow is coming
- November 24, 2011
Obergurgl and Ischgl – the only resorts to open on time in November in the Alps
ISCHGL FREERIDE INFERNO
Mass start and mass chaos at the off-piste classic, the Ischgl Freeride Inferno which takes place in Ischgl each winter on 2 selected off-piste routes - tough terrain and plenty of competition for space.
ISCHGL SKI MAP
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