Nothing is more thrilling than the pure beauty of the mountains. Those who take a step out of the world of man will discover unimagined worlds of nature.
Here are a few of the non-ski activities you can enjoy in Ischgl this season.
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SkyFly offers daredevils an opportunity to zip wire 50 m above the ground into the valley in the direction of Ischgl.
For those who love an adrenaline rush, you will hit breathtaking speeds of up to 84 km/h on the 2 km long ride.
Two parallel wires run from the middle station Sivrettabahn A1 (1,683 m) via two intermediate stations to the roof terrace of the valley station of 3-S Pardatschgratbahn A3 (1,376 m).
This means that two people can “fly” together into the valley.
Tobogganing is great fun for all the family, but have you tried it at night time? With seven kilometres of tobogganing on offer and at 950 meters altitude, this is one of the longest routes in the Alps.
The brightly illuminated route on Ischgl’s night-time toboggan run from the mountain station to the Silvrettabahn welcome guests from 7:00 p.m.
From around mid-December until around the start of April it is open every Monday and Thursday when the weather is suitable.
Those who dash around under the stars, cornering your machine by shifting your weight and vigorously using your heels, breaking quickly before then picking up speed, realise that tobogganing takes strength.
And if you find your old sledge too cumbersome or inflexible you should hire one of the sleek, optimum weight racing machines Silvretta Sports.
Perfect for all the family!
Enjoy the open sky ice rink which you can use in the day or under the starry night sky –It’s very easy to find Ischgl’s ice-skating rink – the natural skating rink is located directly behind the Silvretta cable car, 1 minute from the town centre in Ischgl.
Monday: 15.00 – 19.00 pm
Tuesday: 15.00 – 19.00 pm
Wednesday: 15.00 – 21.30 pm
Thursday: 15.00 – 19.00 pm
Friday: 15.00 – 21.30 pm
Sunday: 15.00 – 19.00 pm
WINTER HIKING TRAILS
The Paznaun valley also offers a winter hiking route especially for moments of tranquillity.
Ideal for treating yourself to a break from the daily grind, to let your thoughts run free and to relax.
The unhurried walking pace and natural surroundings are also stimulating, superbly enshrouded in this white splendour.
If you are looking for a more laid back activity, learn about and explore the history of Ischgl here.
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