There are of course lots of exciting activities off-piste too, which are definitely worth coming to Ischgl for. For example, how about a thrilling ski tour where you can experience and get to know the Tyrolean mountains up close? Secluded summits with unforgettable views are just waiting to be climbed.
Cross-country skiing is the perfect opportunity to make really good use of the winter for anyone who would rather stay in the valley. Kilometres of trails lead through the wintry landscape and invigorate your mind and body with the fresh mountain air.
On your toboggan, get set, go! The popular night toboggan run in Ischgl provides great fun and action. The toboggan run is one of the longest in the Alps and fun for the whole family when it gets dark and the floodlights are switched on.
You can of course get really close to the magic of winter and enjoy a winter wonderland during an idyllic and romantic walk.
Walking in a winter wonderland... When Ischgl covers up for winter and the whole landscape sparkles due to the snowflakes then it’s high time for a winter walk. Let the fresh snow crunch under your feet and enjoy the fantastic scenery. The winter hiking trails put you in a really special and reflective mood during your winter holiday in Ischgl.
» to the winter hiking trails
Are winter walks too boring for you, would you like to experience some action during your holiday in Ischgl? No problem! The night toboggan run in Ischgl gets every tobogganers’ pulse racing. With 7 kilometres of tobogganing it’s one of the longest runs in the Alps and ensures perfect visibility while tobogganing with its bright floodlighting. The run is perfect for families.
The night toboggan run is open for you from mid-December to roughly the start of April (depending on the snow conditions) every Monday and Thursday in suitable weather and is perfect for families. If you don’t have your own toboggan with you, you can quickly and easily hire a toboggan on site (for a fee).
» overview map of toboggan run
Did you know that Ischgl is not just considered to be a skiing Mecca but also a region of Tyrolean cross-country specialists? The range of trails on offer is very varied and vast and is perfect for exploring the area off-piste. The total network of trails extends over more than 50 kilometres and offers lots of points where you can start on the main trail. Get your body moving and do something good for yourself.
» to the trail map
If you would like to eat away from the hotel for once, we can recommend a visit to one of the select mountain restaurants around Ischgl. It’s not just the many celebrities who are impressed by the mountain restaurants and enjoy being indulged with culinary treats there but also sporty mountain climbers.
Naturally, the most popular Tyrolean dishes are served first and foremost to give the guests a sense of tradition. 14 mountain restaurants and ski huts in the Silvretta Arena, whether with waiter service or self-service, invite you to take a cosy break and enjoy relaxing evenings.
» to the mountain restaurants