Holiday destination Paznaun – Ischgl
Skiing area KAPPL / DIAS:
- An absolute confidential tip with skiing pleasure and no waiting time. Moreover it is family friendly and low-priced.
- Directly in the skiing area there is an adventure park with a magic carpet for beginners, a ski roundabout as well as caves and tunnels fascinating the kids.
- In the skiing school your kids are in good hands.
- The fun park Alblitt, Kappl offers a real highlight also for freestylers.
- Do not miss to test the first permanent “Zibob” trail worldwide or to start your day with a sleigh ride on the 6km long toboggan run in Kappl (Tuesday and Thursday with lighting and alpine hut experiences).
- » interactive slope map Kappl/Dias
- » to the Sunny-Mountain-Adventure-Park
SKIING AREA ISCHGL / SILVRETTA-ARENA:
- Experience the trendiest skiing area in Tyrol (only 8 minutes by car)!
- Ski slopes with various grades of difficulty and huge fun parks are awaiting you in the Tyrolean alps.
- On predefined dates you can experience open air concerts of world famous stars.
- » interactive slope map Ischgl/Silvretta-Arena
Also off-piste there is much to discover:
Use our winter hiking paths for an extended walk or rent snowshoes to hike wherever you want.
By taking advantage of a guided ski tour you can enjoy the beauty of the Tyrolean mountains. On the way down you can paint your own ski track into the deep powder snow.
Especially in the evening a trip to the ice rink is appealing. Under a clear starry sky do a couple of rounds on the rink. Especially our little guest enjoy the ice skating in See and Ischgl. A welcome alternation to skiing and snowboarding.
If you want to do something for your health we recommend to do cross country skiing. For young and old, beginners or advanced you will find the ideal cross country trail in Ischgl or Galtür.
Alternatively fulfil a childhood dream of yours and experience a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snowy woods. In Galtür you can book sleigh rides through the romantic village, to the forest chapel or to the “Wildererhütte” in Mathon.