The majestic summits of the Silvretta arena also tempt you to enjoy off-piste skiing. Countless giant mountains which extend beyond 3,000 metres altitude provide a real paradise for ski tourers. Scale isolated summits, enjoy the tranquillity and then wedel into the valley on the untouched slopes. The (night-time)toboggan run in Ischgl is one of the longest routes in Austria, covering 7 kilometres and 950 metres altitude.
Those who prefer things to be a little less rushed, will enjoy a romantic snow-shoe hike through the snow- covered winter landscape. Or you could practice your turns on the ice skating rink in Ischgl and meet up with friends for some curling. The requisite equipment can be conveniently hired right here. While in the neighbouring towns of Kappl and See challenging ice climbing tours are there to be tackled. Other activities during a winter holiday in Ischgl include cross-country skiing, winter hiking or carriage rides.
The extensive slope network in Paznauntal valley extends from 1377 up to 2036 metres altitude. Due to this altitude location, the slopes are snow-assured from the start of December right through to the spring, thereby providing optimum conditions for every cross-country fan. On some 100 kilometres of tracked slopes beginners and advanced level alike will find the best conditions. A highlight during cross-country skiing in Paznauntal valley is the Bielerhöhe altitude slope, which runs from Galtür to the Silvretta reservoir. Once you arrive at the top a superb panoramic view of the mountains awaits. A cross-country skiing holiday in Ischgl will leave you wanting for nothing!
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