Hiking and biking in Ischgl

Hiking in the Tyrolean Alps

Ischgl is the ideal starting point for fascinating hiking tours in one of the most beautiful mountainous regions in the Alps. Its location in the middle of the Paznaun region makes this former mountain farming village an ideal starting point for discoverers and connoisseurs; for athletes, families and Alpine lodge fans.

Either proceed directly from the town into Tyrol’s hiking realm, taking the cable cars up, and immerse yourself while up at the top in the impressive Silvretta mountains; or take the hiking bus to the neighbouring towns, which are also the starting point for many hiking routes.


More than 1000 kilometres of hiking routes are available. There are of course suitable refreshments on offer at the many Alpine lodges and inns which are open in summer right the way through to autumn.

(Quelle: www.ischgl. com)


Mountainbiking in the Silvretta Arena


Silvretta Arena in Ischgl is well-known for its splendid views– mountains, mountains, mountains, as far as the eye can see.


And what could be nicer in this fantastic Tyrolean mountain setting than enjoying first-rate mountain bike tours, which could not be any more beautiful.


So beginners and advanced level experts alike find tours to suit their needs to a ‘T’, Ischgl’s bike experts have divided the extensive routes on offer into various difficulty levels:


‘Classic tours’, ‘Enduro tours’ and ‘Big Mountain tours’, which can of course be combined in multi-day tours:

Summer TIPP:

Use the cable cars free of charge with the
Silvretta Card all inclusive
(free if you stay at least one night)

(Quelle: www.ischgl.com)