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Winter Holidays in Ischgl

Snow adventure in the Paznaun region

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What fire could ever equal
the sunshine
of a winter's day?

Henry David Thoreau
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Discover the wonderful winter wonderland of Ischgl and the Paznaun region. It's not just the ski and snowboard fun that awaits you; even off the slopes, the Silvretta Arena offers an abundance of leisure activities. Hotel Stefanie’s location is phenomenal, because it's only a few steps from your accommodation to the Fimbabahn and Pardatschgratbahn lifts. The more than 238 border-crossing kilometres of pistes open up the variety winter has to offer between Austria and Switzerland. All of the other sports options, Nordic skiing, ice skating & Bavarian curling, night tobogganing, winter hiking, swimming, bowling... await you. Diverse events and festivals as well as Tyrolean culinary highlights round out your fantastic stay.

Ski holidays

The Silvretta Arena is ONE of the largest ski areas in the Alps – and also one with a high snow guarantee. You're spoiled for choice for your runs on 238 km of pistes. The Silvretta Arena is one of the few ski areas in the world where you can ski across the border (Austria – Switzerland, Samnaun toll-free zone). There are many great huts and restaurants for a break, which will tempt your taste buds with Tyrolean snacks and other delicacies.

Winter hiking

A unique experience in Ischgl's winter wonderland. Enjoy the softly crunching snow under your feet and the wonderful clear air on groomed winter hiking trails or take off on snowshoes into the midst of the snowy landscape.

Concerts

Ischgl is overcome with music three times a year. At the opening of the ski season, on Easter weekend and at the end of the season, world-famous artists play the Top of the Mountain concerts. There are also many sporting events taking place in Ischgl.

Ski School

If you want to get to know the unique ski area from another side, we recommend booking a private course.

To Ischgl Ski School
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