THE undisputed après ski heavyweight champion of the world and skiing as good as anywhere on the planet. Relentlessly hyped, Ischgl is ridiculously good. Corporate ski events reserved for the resilient.


Behind the hype of one of the biggest brands in the Alps, Ischgl skiing is on-par with any of the top resorts in the Alps. The skiing is spectacular, wonderfully diverse and suited to mixed ability corporate ski groups, whilst on powder days Ischgl is a match for any ski area in the world. Put it this way - the skiing in Ischgl is easily as good as the après ski, and that is truly world-beating.

In the known, observable universe, Ischgl après ski reigns supreme. One can debate politics, works of art, tastes and sounds, but any discussions over the global après ski pecking-order are truly futile. The immune-system destroying nightlife in Ischgl is like nowhere else, anywhere on the planet. Impossible to refuse and tough to survive, Ischgl après ski is in a league of its own. Arrive well-rested!


Facts & figures

  • Resort: 1377 m
  • Top lift: 2872 m
  • Lifts: 40
  • Season: Nov – May
  • Inhabitants: 1600

Airport transfers

  • Innsbruck | 62 miles
  • Munich | 142 miles
  • Zürich | 147 miles


  • Après ski
  • Tobogganing
  • Concerts
  • Shopping


  • Linked ski area
  • Off-piste skiing
  • Cross-border skiing


Ischgl is one of the great ski areas in the Alps. On-piste and off-piste the ski area is exceptional. There are steep pistes, fantastically long red slopes and a large gentle area around Idalp. There are endless off-piste bowls both accessible from the pistes and with others a little more hidden.

The varied ski terrain is ideal for corporate ski events and their mixed ability groups. It is afir to say that the Ischgl ski area is phenomenal for all ski abilities. This makes it a very popular ski destination but 3 high capacity lifts out of the resort of Ischgl as well as excellent ski lift infrastructure over the entire mountain mean queues are managed.

Ski pistes run back to the resort in a number of locations, with most people kicking off their skis at the first sign of tarmac and grabbing some refreshment. All the base station locations are après s ski hubs and it is possible to download from the Idalp beginners ski area to the resort.

For those wanting to explore the Paznaun valley further, the ski areas of Galtür 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.


Ischgl apres ski waitress

Après ski

Après ski like no other - no argument. Ischgl has everything from table dancing to ski boot dancing, on a big scale.

Skiers hiking to an Ischgl off piste route

Off-piste skiing

Ischgl might party like no other but on the snow the place is truly epic with sensational off-piste skiing.

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Robbie, Kylie, the Killers .... 3 of the many superstar acts to have performed on the mountain stage in Ischgl.


Ischgl occupies the south side of the Paznaun valley, stretching along the lower slopes of the Ischgl ski area. The village has a handy pedestrian moving-walkway that links the 2 sides of the village and thereby cutting out a natural incline. There are several points where the ski pistes run back into the village. Ischgl is upmarket with excellent hotels to be found right across the resort.

Ischgl also does après ski – it is fair to say that it does it better than any other place in the world. Corporate and ski groups can opt for shoulder to shoulder intimacy of the main après ski bars or something a little more sophisticated in the hotel or restaurant bars.

The bars at the base-stations are thronged from December to May with ski boot dancing to euro-pop remixes. As well as the traditional après ski fayre, there are more sophisticated bars and clubs to take guests through till dawn. Shopping is also a big deal in Ischgl with several designer stores offering luxury products whilst there are several good restaurants to dine in.

The newly opened Silvretta Therme is a welcome addition to the Ischgl infrastructure, offering indoor and outdoor swimming in steaming, thermal pools. The spa complex is an island of tranquillity that contrasts with the all-action streets of the main resort on the other side of the river.


Ischgl après ski is withering, merciless, relentless, peerless. Ischgl après ski is like no other après ski on the planet. It is in a league of 1. Ischgl is the après ski world heavyweight champion. From season-opening to season closing, Ischgl is absolutely rocking day-in, day-out. If you go to Ischgl, you do so with your eyes wide open.

Pretenders to the crown - Sölden, St Anton, Kitzbühel, Val Thorens, Verbier, Mayrhofen, Saalbach-Hinterglemm – all offer incredible après ski. But the truth is that Ischgl is peerless, it’s the après ski goliath, towering above all others, testing the very best immune systems to breaking point. Few leave Ischgl in better physical condition than they arrived.

You can play football, even rugby, but you can't play Ischgl après ski. There are fun bars on the slopes, but it is the village centre where the serious après ski action happens. The list of central bars is long but those who stumble into the Trofana Alm, Schatzi Bar or the Kuhstall had better bring their A-game to the party.

There are very few corporate ski event planners who aren’t looking for good après ski – it is the part of company ski trip where folklore is often written. Après ski is a central plank of Austrian culture and there are many, many resorts offering great après ski across the country. There can only be 1 King though.


Offering the highest meeting room in Austria at 2624m, Ischgl delivers meetings with a seriously impressive view. Located in the Pardorama lift complex, delegates can travel from Ischgl village directly to the meeting venue. The venue has a capacity of 200, whilst there are bars and restaurants on the lower floors. Meeting delegates can also arrive / depart by ski for an interesting twist.

There are several other meeting room options in the larger Ischgl hotels. With the fantastic ski area and pulsating après ski, there are great options to develop meeting programmes in Ischgl. Other activities such as the thermal spa, ice skating, tobogganing and paragliding add to the options for a corporate meeting event in Ischgl.

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