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  • How do you say Ischgl?


Resort Lowdown

Ischgl (Pronounced Ish-Gull) Ski Resort in the Tyrol region of the Austrian Alps gifts its visitors with 239km of skiable piste from the town at an altitude of 1377 metres to its panoramic peaks at over 2800 metres

The sun basked slopes are constantly topped up with higher than average snowfall whilst state of the art snow making facilities providing great cover for the whole season.

A multinational crowd flock to the area for is beauty, atmosphere and world class skiing, not to mention its word famous open air concerts where you can expect to see sell out acts like Elton John, Mariah Carey and the Killers.  

Read on to find out more about this stunning resort including Maps and guides

  • Ski all day and party all night in the picturesque Tyrolean town of Ischgl

The SKI Area

The slopes of the resort best suit intermediate skiers and boarders with 239km of varied terrain, supplied by 45 lifts from the lower tree lined pistes to the open sunny slopes at the highest point of 2853m.

New for the 2017/18 season:  The four-seat Palinkopf lift was replaced by a six-seater chairlift with heated seats and weather hoods. The new lift can take up to 2,800 people per hour from the valley station to a height of 2,853m in under six minutes!

When Does Ischgl Open?

The resort opens in November right through to May, from 8.30am to 5pm every day. The mountain lifts are accessible on foot from the town.

When To Go To Ischgl?

With the capacity to transport 93,800 people an hour a lift queue would be a rare occurrence in Ishgl but to fully enjoy open pistes and perfect conditions the off peak months of Early December, January, March and April Are perfect!

Must Do Runs at Ischgl

The crazy floodlight night luge opens at 7pm sending visitors hurtling down the 7km piste on toboggans at whatever speed they feel brave enough to hit! (this can change depending on how many apres drinks consumed). Expect laughs and adrenaline!

Ischgl: Dorf

  • Terrain Parks
  • Snow Cats
  • Air Bag
  • Snow Shoeing
  • Sledging
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Ice Skating
  • Heli Skiing
  • Ice Climbing
  • Paragliding

The Pass Prices

The Full Area

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Week Pass


Day Pass


Day Pass


Black Pistes


Red Pistes


Blue Pistes


Green Pistes

The Area Map

The Town

Renowned for its high-energy apres and nightlife, Ischgl Ski resort is one of the best winter sports destinations in Europe, linking with the duty free resort of Samnaun in Switzerland it provides visitors with seemingly endless terrain to explore and a lively town centre full of shops bars and restaurants.

In the town itself, you will find traditional Tirolean architecture alongside new features such as the covered, airport-style travelator which connects the two ends of Ischgl. There are a wide range of shops where you can pick up designer fashion, sports kit and gifts.

What happens in Ischgl?

The season opens and closes with the famous Top of the Mountain concert where the likes of the Killers and Alicia Keys have performed. There’s also an Easter festival with crowds or up to 20,000 people gathering to party on the pistes.

Ishgl has the most Lap/pole dancing clubs of anywhere in the alps so is a great option for stag/ bachelor parties although families can enjoy holidays without this being an obvious attraction.

  • Swimming Pool
  • Spa
  • Party Resort
  • Budget Resort
  • Luxury Resort
  • Good For Beginners
  • Good For Intermediates
  • Good For Off Piste