There are runs of all difficulty levels in the Silvretta Arena. The majority of the slopes are located above the treeline in high alpine terrain. Ischgl and Samnaun are perfectly interlinked and the slopes are generally very wide and long. There is always the option of exploring the powder. Only the valley runs to Ischgl lead through forest glades.
Total: 239 km
There are ski routes on the Palinkopf, the Höllspitze, below the Greitspitze and from the Viderjoch.
Artificial snow-making 1200 Snow cannons 95 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Two valley runs lead to Ischgl. One valley run ends at the Pardatschgratbahn and Fimbabahn lifts. The other valley run splits right above Ischgl and leads to different parts of the village and to the Silvrettabahn lift. The Duty Free Run to the valley leads to the village of Samnaun and then continues as a cat track to the lift. There is a valley run without a lift connection to Samnaun Laret and Compatsch. A ski bus runs to the lift.
above tree line
under tree line
Eleven (Greitspitze-Ischgl village) · Length 11 km · Elevation difference 1472 m This slope leads over 11 kilometres from the Greitspitze (the highest point in the ski resort) down to Ischgl.
Most difficult run
Slope 14a Lange Wand · Length 1.8 km · Elevation difference 633 m The steepest slope in the ski resort with a gradient of over 70%.
Slope 20 on the Palinkopf
Slope 70 from the Greitspitze
Slope 80 Duty Free Run to Samnaun
Slope 7 Velilltal
Suggested routes through ski resort
Skiing in two countries - the ‘Schmugglerrunde’ (smugglers’ circuit) Gold is unique. It is one of the longest ski circuits in the world, with 35.7 km of slopes, 20 km of lifts and 6,463 m elevation difference. There are also the Schmugglerrunde Silver and the Schmugglerrunde Bronze smugglers’ circuits.
Snow park/Fun park
Speed measurement course offered - free of charge On run 8 at the Velillbahn lift (Idalp)
Public race course with time measurement - free of charge On run 12 at the Idjochbahn lift (Idalp)
Additional Offerings Ischgl Skyfly - race at up to 85 km/hr from the middle station of the Silvrettabahn lift down to the valley. The end of the Ischgl Skyfly is on the roof of the 3-S Pardatschgratbahn lift in Ischgl.
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