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Every skier and snowboarder worth their salt knows that Ischgl has a well-earned reputation as one of the true après-ski meccas worldwide. Indeed, thanks to its legendary Top of the Mountain...

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88/100
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(Number of reviews: 18)

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Overall: 88 / 100
  • Modern Lifts
  • Good Après-Ski
  • Great variety of slopes
  • Great variety of slopes for advanced skiers
  • Guaranteed to have great snow
  • Great value for money
  • There could be more easy terrain for beginners
  • Few areas for kids to practice

Ischgl - Ibiza of the Alps and way more besides

Every skier and snowboarder worth their salt knows that Ischgl has a well-earned reputation as one of the true après-ski meccas worldwide. Indeed, thanks to its legendary Top of the Mountain concerts and après-ski fortresses like the Kuhstall and Trofana, Ischgl is often lovingly referred to as the “Ibiza of the Alps”.

However, Ischgl has way more in stock than just partying all night long. As 90% of its runs are located between lofty 2,000m and 2,900m above sea level, Ischgl offers one of the best snow and slope conditions in the early and late season. Due to its excellent snow-making facilities, the higher slopes are also always kept in good condition.

By offering 238km of runs, Ischgl is one of the biggest linked ski areas in Austria, connecting the Paznaun Valley in Austria with Samnaun in Switzerland. Fun fact: Samnaun is the only town in Switzerland where duty-free shopping is possible.

The Silvretta Arena of Ischgl-Samnaun definitely charms more than it compensates. But yet, there are still some suggestions for improvement for one of the most popular and best ski resorts of the world, as it lacks some longer runs besides those descending into the valley. Anyhow, if you like varied runs, great lift systems, a vibrant nightlife, and gobs of snow, this could be the place for you.

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Rolf Sandmann (Age: 51-60)
Skill: Pro • in Apr 2018
Travelled as: Couple
The best ski resort in Europe
I don't know any other ski resort that gets better and more modern every year.
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Christian Faust (Age: 36-40)
Skill: Pro • in Apr 2018
Travelled as: Group
Sensational conditions in April 2018
We were on Friday, the 6.4.2018 in Ischgl. It was a dream. The slopes perfect, even a lot of powder snow and fantastic weather. This is skiing.
G.W. (Age: 31-35)
Skill: Advanced • in Apr 2018
Travelled as: Family
Ski Kindergarten unsuitable!
We love Ischgl for many years. But a child from 3 to 5 there expensive "to leave" to drive themselves, of which I can only advise.The little ones have no caregivers, are "passed" from Magic carpe... Read complete review
Petra (Age: 51-60)
Skill: Advanced • in Mar 2018
Travelled as: Family
Mogul slopes There are enough
Ischgl is a large, versatile and modern ski resort that offers good opportunities for everyone.
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Felix (Age: 18-25)
Skill: Advanced • in Dec 2017
Travelled as: Group
Very good for advanced. Beginner Unsuitable
In general, the ski resort can be described as very beautiful and demanding terrain, we were on the road with 3 advanced and 2 bloody beginners and unfortunately we had to find that these slopes are absolutely not suitable for beginners
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Kiwi (Age: 26-30)
Skill: Advanced • in Dec 2017
Travelled as: Group
Great ski Area for everyone
Great ski area Overall, slopes always top prepared! Especially in the low season normal price-performance ratios! Already been there 5 times, would keep going again!
MaBa (Age: 51-60)
Skill: Pro • in Dec 2017
Travelled as: Family
Party
Extremely well tapped, extremely good party, and due to the many drunken drivers of one of the most dangerous valley in the world-absolutely nothing for children
Iulia Patru (Age: 31-35)
Skill: Advanced • in Nov 2017
Travelled as: Group
Ischgl was fun and interesting
Mathias (Age: 36-40)
Skill: Advanced • in Nov 2017
Travelled as: Group
Tip Top
Very modern and hardly waiting times.
Larry (Age: 36-40)
Skill: Pro • in Oct 2017
Travelled as: Group
Topskigebiet with best slope preparation
A good many kilometres of pistes with some challenging routes.Away from the Idalp also less full pistesBadPartly very fullMany beginners who are tormenting the valley run down in the afternoon
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Johann (Age: 61-70)
Skill: Advanced • in Oct 2017
Travelled as: Alone
Simply Perfect
Wonderful ski Area-offers something for everyone!Super connection to the place or the neighbouring places!!!
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Rainer (Age: 41-45)
Skill: Advanced • in Oct 2017
Travelled as: Couple
Super
Florian (Age: 18-25)
Skill: Pro • in Oct 2017
Travelled as: Group
Ski fun and party all time
My overall impression was and is really outstanding, it is the most beautiful, most modern and best ski resort that there is in my opinion. You can ski perfectly and long beautiful downhill runs th... Read complete review
Claudia (Age: 46-50)
Skill: Pro • in Oct 2017
Travelled as: Family
For everyone
Good piste service, beautiful huts and everything easily reachable
Christoph Fritz
Skill: n.V. • in Jan 2016
Travelled as: n.V.
Ischgl is the number one in Austria when it comes to the topics of high alpine skiing pleasure, party and lifestyle.   the claim & #34; relax if you can & #34; this is where the offer core of this craz... Read complete review
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Stefan Ibarth
Skill: n.V. • in Jan 2016
Travelled as: n.V.
The ski area of Ischgl goes from 1377 M-2872 m. The good here is that there are blue, red and black runs at all different levels. The beginners and even the more untrained skiers have the opportuni... Read complete review
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Martin Bauer
Martin Bauer (Age: 26-30)
Skill: Pro • in Mar 2007
Travelled as: n.V.
For experienced skiers one of the Topgebiete!
Especially for advanced skiers and of course the après-ski fan, the biggest ski arena in the Eastern Alps is one of the top ski addresses. Not only the demanding red runs, but also the good develo... Read complete review
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