A peaceful Tyrolean oasis in the Paznaun Valley in the stunning Silvretta mountains, Ischgl came under the world’s spotlight in 2002 when Bill Clinton delivered his ‘Message from the Mountains’ speech here. Although well-known for being lively during the ski season, the atmosphere in Ischgl changes completely in the summer months where you can relax in a peaceful, low-key village which hosts a weekly brass band concert and Tyrolean evening. A great summer base for Alpine and Nordic walkers, it has access to extensive rugged trails, marvellous scenery and mighty peaks almost 3,000m high.
The Silvretta Card, FREE to all Inghams guests, provides free use of the lifts and buses and is your entry ticket to the many leisure activities in Ischgl and the surrounding villages making it a great value way to explore this beautiful area.
Things to do in resort
You will be given a free resort card entitling you all sorts of freebies including use of a huge network of lifts and buses to transport you to far flung mountain points. The area has over 300 km of marked walking trails with varied terrain and easy access to the rugged peaks and magnificent scenery of the three mountains in this area as well as dramatic walks over to Switzerland. It is a great area for mountain biking too with 1,000 km of marked trails, plus the Ischgl Trailground riding technique park. Fishing and rafting are among the many other activities available.
Location in resort
- Longitude: 10.291072
- Latitude: 47.010732
- Nearest Bus Stop: 400
For more information on travel and transport visit our Ischgl page