Together, the Tyrolean ski resort of Ischgl and the Swiss village of Samnaun in Graubünden form the ultra-modern Silvretta Arena with guaranteed snowy conditions.
To the ski pass prices
“Directly on the border between the Tyrolean Paznaun valley and the Swiss canton of Graubünden, float up to 2,812 m at the summit of the Piz Val Gronda with the aerial tramway and marvel at the jaw-dropping panoramic views. Then take slope no. 42 all the way back down to Vesil.”
Most are between 2,300 and 2,872 metres above sea level.
Ample space to carve your tracks
... and savour every turn!
It is just a few short steps to the Silvrettabahn cable car & the valley run ends directly at the hotel
45 cable cars & lifts boasting cutting edge technology
from November to the beginning of May.
1,100 snow machines
From the Greitspitze, the highest point in the ski resort, the trail descends to Ischgl.
Total transport capacity per hour: Approximately 95,000 persons
More than 20 black slopes as well as mogul slopes, a race track and fun park
For a tasty stopover
From the practice slope for beginners to the black slope with a 70 percent gradient: The Silvretta Arena has the right challenge for all skiers. Special endurance tests include: the racing pistes, the mogul slope and the no. 11 ski slope from the Greitspitze (2,872 m), which descends 11 km down to Ischgl (1,400 m). Depending on a skier’s level of conditioning, the popular Smugglers' Round lures skiers to Samnaun in GOLD (61.8 km!), SILVER or BRONZE. Jumpers and freestylers can conquer the fun park next to the Idalpe whilst off-piste fans are drawn to untracked deep-snow slopes.
Three high-performance feeder lifts (the Fimba, Pardatschgrat and Silvretta lifts) transport winter sports enthusiasts quickly, safely and comfortably to the Silvretta Arena. In addition to the gondolas, the chairlifts also boast the latest state of the art technology. For instance, the Velilleck lift, which was only opened in 2019/2020, features hoods and a top speed of 6 m/sec. The double-decker Twinliner between Ischgl and Samnaun is itself an experience.
The Silvretta Arena is rightly described as one of the most snow-secure regions in the Alps. Thanks to the ski resort’s altitude, the ski season in Ischgl lasts from the end of November to the beginning of May. In addition to Mother Nature, the most modern snowmaking equipment reliably ensures ‘white gold’ on the extensive pistes.
At the Gourmet & Relaxation Hotel Tofana Royal, moments of holiday bliss large and small pile up to form the very destination of holiday bliss. Here are two such moments: