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This lively resort is located right on Austria's border with Switzerland and it's an absolute winner if you're after brilliant skiing and even better après.

With all of its runs situated at 1400m altitude or higher, it's a pretty, snow-sure resort that's linked by state-of-the-art ski lifts to the neighbouring Swiss resort of Samnaun. Check out all 239km of the region's slopes using our Ischgl ski map below, including three awesome snow parks.

If you're keen to get off the beaten track, Ischgl is also home to some solid off-piste routes which you can explore using the FATMAP below. More worried about how you'll spend your time off the slopes? We've outlined all the best places to eat, drink and party in our resort map of Ischgl below, too.

Ischgl piste maps

With over 300km of prime pistes to tackle in the Silvretta ski area covering both Austria and Switzerland, it can be hard to know where to begin! Plan out your days in advance to make the most of its perfect powder using the Ischgl ski map below. The map lays out every run within the resort and their difficulty level, so you can select the right ones to suit your abilities.

a piste map for the Ischgl ski area

Ischgl off-piste map

Make the most of Ischgl's off-piste routes using FATMAP. This interactive 3D map allows you to follow or map out any backcountry ski runs in your chosen resort and record them in one easy to reach place.
In addition to tracking your movements, FATMAP also lets you add in and see existing information on snow conditions, safety levels and avalanche risk for each off-piste route. What's more, you'll also be able to use the map to view live info and statuses on Ischgl's marked ski slopes and lifts.

Ischgl ski resort

If you're not 100% sure what to do once the pistes close for the night, let us point you in the right direction with our resort map of Ischgl. The map highlights all the top spots across the town to dine, drink and dance, in addition to some key places to pick up essentials like ski equipment and lift passes.

We're crowdsourcing recommended places. If there's somewhere awesome you think should be added to the map, shoot us a message and we'll add it in!

Ischgl ski area stats

Altitude:

Resort — 1,377m

Max — 2,872m

Skiing: 340km
Transfer time:

Innsbruck - 1h120

Friedrichshafen - 2h15;

Salzburg - 3h15;

Munich - 3h45;

Included in the Silvretta ski area:
  • Ischgl, Austria
  • Samnaun, Switzerland
Most famous run:

Black 14, the run from the top of the Greitspitz summit, which at 2,872m, is the highest lift in the ski area

Silvretta ski map breakdown:
  • 46% blue, 42% red, 12% black
  • Off piste ski rating: 4/5
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