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• Cup of coffee from €3.50 • Small beer from €4.00 • Bottle of house wine from €40.00 • Schnitzel fom €18.00 • Glass of coke from €2.50 • Schanapps from €3.00 • Sandwich from €8.00 • Pizza from €9.50 •Burger & fries from €9.00
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Free ski/board social service
Less than 2 hour transfer
Best for apres-ski and nightlife
Pistes over 2,500m
Advanced Ski Rating
Intermediates Ski Rating
Beginners Ski Rating
So what's it like?
High altitude skiing, top class hotels and a lively nightlife
High in the Paznaun valley, Ischgl has developed from a farming village into a bustling resort with a buzzing night life. The village retains its traditional charm but around each corner you'll find boutique shops, top-class restaurants and glitzy bars and clubs. The Silvretta area lift pass gives access to Ischgl and Galtür (free ski bus - 10 minutes between Ischgl & Galtür) - 330kms of pistes, amazing off-piste and some of the best snowboarding in the Alps. The area also enjoys excellent snow records until late into the season and you can 'Ski 2 Countries' with some great runs down into Samnaun in Switzerland.
2 for 1 lift pass
Book early and get on the slopes for less. Buy one adult lift pass and get another one free when you book your ski holiday today.
Hurry – availability is very limited for 2 for 1 lift passes for some hotels, resorts or countries and when they're gone the offer will end.
Certain departure dates are also excluded. See terms and conditions for details.
€100 hotel credit
There'll be a credit of €100 waiting for you at the hotel with this offer. Use it in the bar or restaurant and save some cash while you're away.
Ski Information Beginners
Ischgl has some gentle nursery slopes. Under the expert supervision of the local instructors, beginners will soon be enjoying the wide, sunny slopes on the Idalpe bowl.
Ski Information Intermediates
The slopes of the Palinkopf area in Ischgl offer an excellent selection of red runs, including some particularly challenging ones! An absolute must is the 12km run from the top of Palinkopf down into Switzerland and Samnaun, returning by cable car to Alp Trida.
Ski Information Advanced
There are a good range of on piste blacks and some fantastic touring routes, but the area really comes into its own when you take a guide and head for the off piste, for which the area is renowned.
Ischgl has some of the best après ski in the Alps. There are a wide range of bars and nightclubs (many are part of resort hotels) as well as special events throughout the season. Try: · Pacha Nightclub & Coyote Ugly (Hotel Madlein) · Feuer & Eis · Kuhstahl · American-themed Allegra Bar · Down Under · Kitzloch · Fuchsloch · Tenne · Schatzi Bar (Hotel Elisabeth)
Bowling alley, curling, leisure centre with indoor pool, steam baths, sauna & indoor tennis, outdoor ice skating, sleigh rides
Ischgl has a good range of restaurants, with a mixture of themes ranging from traditional to Mexican, fine dining to pizza! Try: · Salz & Pfeffer · Grill Alm · La Bamba · Goldener Adler · Trofana Alm · Kitzloch (for fondue)
· Banks · Shops · Museum
One way (arrival) from £31 pp
Return from £59 pp
Other information - Cities
Ischgl is the party capital of the Austrian Alps with glitzy bars and clubs open until dawn. Along the main street you will find a host of upmarket venues and smart restaurants and Ischgl even has its own branch of the legendary Ibizian superclub Pacha. Next door is the Coyote Ugly bar with dancing on the bar until the early hours.
Kids ski free
• Free lift pass for children up to and incl. 7 yrs when accompanied by an adult (passport needed).
• Free ski and boot hire for children (up to & incl. 10 yrs) when 2 parents pre-book the same.
• Free helmet when children hire equipment.