Galtur, Piste View
Galtur, Resort view
Galtur, Resort View2
Galtur, Resort view at night
Galtur, Skiers off piste
Galtur, Ski Piste Map


Snow-sure skiing, with a state-of-the-art lift system and lively après-ski

The charming little community of Galtür (1585m) -  dubbed an “Alpine idyll“ by the writer Ernest Hemingway in 1926 – is the highest ski village in the Austrian Silvretta region. It could hardly be more different from the party town of Ischgl six miles down the Paznaun Valley (reachable by a free bus link). The Silvapark ski area near this charming and traditional village is ideal for families and mixed-ability groups, and there’s a high level of service in the restaurants and hotels. The resort has an excellent snow record: the slopes, accessed from the nearby hamlet of Wirl, reach 2295m (7,530ft) and  are served by nine lifts including two fast chairs and an eight-seater gondola. The slopes are typically uncrowded and there‘s little queuing for the lifts. Most of the 25 miles of pistes are red runs, but there are plentiful off-piste challenges too, plus a memorable two-mile black run and night-skiing on Wednesdays.

Insiders guide
  • High altitude skiing & guaranteed snow
  • 2 superb resorts on vast Silvretta Ski Arena
  • Huge choice of nightlife in Ischgl


Hotel Buntali

Ideal for those seeking a small, quality hotel  in a quiet location, the Büntali is very popular with our guests. Run by the welcoming Türtscher family, it offers modern comfort combined with excellent food and service.

£ 889 per person
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