27 Nov – 01 Dec, 2019
TC: Christy and Jeff Pannaman
1/2 double: 455 €
Single room: 630€
Kids 3 to 16: 360€*
* Rates – in room with two adults
Skiing in Ischgl
- Snow-assured from November until the start of May
- An ambitious range of pistes on offer – for every ability level
- Huge fun parks such as the Ischgl Snowpark
- Hardly any waiting times thanks to the state-of-the-art lift and cable car systems
- Open-air concerts with global stars
- GPS positions on the piste map for iPhone and Android
Whether it‘s boarding or skiing, jumps in Fun Parks or free-riding in the powder snow away from the pistes – those of you who just can’t get enough, can quite simply do more. In the land of milk and honey for those with an appetite for the winter, a holiday in Tyrol means more than “just“ skiing. State-of-the-art chair lifts and even a cable car which has double-stack cabins take everyone where they want to go. From the beginner’s terrain which has wide ski pistes, through to challenging steep slopes, everything is on offer. Speedy, in comfort and almost without any waiting around – thanks to facilities which are equipped with state-of-the-art technology.
Those of you who enjoy crossing borders can just pick up your skis and head from Austria to Switzerland. A joint ski pass from Ischgl in Austria and the Swiss duty-free region of Samnaun, connects the Silvretta-Arena – a high altitude, snow-assured winter sports paradise which has over 238 kilometers of pistes.
For those of you who prefer things to be short and sweet, here are the figures in a nutshell:
- 238 kilometres pistes
- 515 hectares piste surface area
- 45 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts
- 1100 snow machines
- 7 Km Toboggan
- 93,000 people – the total conveyance capacity per hour 1100 snow machines
- Longest piste: 11 km
Other Winter Activities
- Cross-country skiing
- Snowshoe hiking
- Winter hiking trails
- Bus Transportation to/from Patch
- 4 Night in Hotel Persura with ski-to-door access.
- 4 Breakfasts
- Spa, sauna, free WiFi
- Free entry (with a valid ski pass) to opening concert with SEEED
Mountain Opening Concert
The reggae and dankhall group: SEEED, will open the season in Ischgl.
CELEBRATE THE START OF THE WINTER SEASON WITH SEEED
EXPERIENCE THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN OPENING CONCERT WITH BERLIN’S CULT BAND
In front of the stage: enthusiastic fans who celebrate every single song. On stage: ten musicians from Berlin who make the party crowd dance.
This combination can only mean one thing: Seeed are in the house!
With their unique mixture of Dancehall, Reggae, Dub, Ska and Hip Hop, the cult band from Berlin has been rocking stages in Germany and abroad since 1998.
Their hit singles like “Dickes B”, “Ding” or “Augenbling” have stormed the charts, earning the band three “Echo” awards plus one Caribbean Reggae Grammy.
One thing’s for sure: When Peter Fox and his fellow band members enter a stage, they’re sure to rock the house!
H3: Spectacular winter opening in Ischgl
This November, fans will be able to catch their favorite band in a unique location.
When Seeed celebrate the start of the winter season at the Top of the Mountain Concert Opening on November 30, 2019, they’re bound to melt the snow!
Luckily, there’s enough of the white stuff around. After all, two days before the concert, on November 28,
the slopes of the Silvretta Arena will open their gates to all avid winter sports athletes.
What to expect: 239 kilometres of uninterrupted slopes from Ischgl to Samnaun and two brand-new chairlifts with heated seats and covers …
The Top of the Mountain Concert Opening in a nutshell
- When: November 30, 2019
- Concert starts: 18:00
- Where: Silvrettabahn, ‘East’ car park
- Tickets: Day ski pass: EUR 69 (ski pass = concert ticket); With every ski pass valid for two days or more, admission to the concert is included.
You should definitely come to the Mountain Concert Opening with Seeed if …
- … you would like to enjoy the first snow seasoned with a pinch of Dancehall, Dub and Hip Hop.
- … you want to put the Seeed lyrics “Wir shaken, was wir haben, bis morgens sieben Uhr”
- (“We’ll shake everything we’ve got until seven in the morning”) to a real-life test.
- … you would like to see your favorite band perform in the snow instead of in a concert hall.
Ischgl Aprés Ski
Ischgl has a very lively nightlife reminiscent of its neighbour St Anton. There is the same cosmopolitan mix of international guests although the over-riding theme is more Germanic here, compared to the strong British presence of St Anton.
More than a dozen bars are lively as soon as the lifts close and more than thirty are on offer once the evening is in full swing.
Slopeside open air socialising is possible at a number of venues, notably the Marends at the hotel Elizabeth and the ski-in Schatzi Bar at the foot of the main home run.
The large and rustic Kuhstall at the Sporthotel Silvretta receives rave reviews (“best apres-ski in Ischgl” and “fantastic atmosphere”).
Across the road is Feuer & Eis, which has a DJ. Meanwhile, the two-storey Trofana Alm next to the five-star Hotel Trofana Royal, is full to bursting almost every evening before dinner and spectacularly good-natured.
There’s also the Sonne where there’s often live music and for country and western, it’s the Buffalo in the Hotel Grillam.
Other popular places throughout the evening include the Allegra American Bar in the hotel Tscla, the Guxa cocktail bar and Niki’s Stadl in the Piz Buin hotel; there are many more. The three discothèques are the Club Après in the Hotel Central, Feuer and Eis (Fire and Ice) and Madlein Wunderbar.
We are staying at hotel Persura http://www.persura.at/en/
Located in the centre of Ischgl, Hotel Persura with ski-to-door access is a 3-minute walk from the Silvretta Seilbahn Ski Lift. It features a wellness area with a Finnish sauna, a steam bath and a hot tub. Half-board is available at the restaurant that serves local and international cuisine.
The rooms have a balcony offering panoramic views of the Tyrolean Alps. They feature a seating area with a sofa bed and an LCD TV with satellite channels. The private bathroom comes with bathrobes and free toiletries.
Persura Hotel offers a buffet breakfast with products of the local farms. Special diet menu is also available on request. Ski storage and free private parking is provided on site.
Shops and restaurants are located within a 2-minute walk from the hotel. You can reach the Galtür-Kappl-See Ski Lifts by a ski bus that can be used for free with a ski pass. The Landeck train station is 30 km away.
Directly from the ski slopes you can reach the ski cellar in hotel Persura.
After a day full of activities, let your body relax. Relax in the spa area with hay whirlpool, sauner, herb steam bath, solarium (with light therapy), ice well, Kneipp facility, snail showers, heated benches and infrared cabin.
Rooms are furnished in the Tyrolean style are all equipped with
- Satellite TV
- Bathtub or shower/WC, partial seperate WC
- Double washbasin
- Small lounge
- Some with ante-room and balcony.
An elevator takes you upstairs.
Ski Schools – Learn in a fun way, quickly, safely and without any worries.
Ischgl’s ski school is not just one of the most tradition-rich schools in the Tyrol Alps and in the whole of Austria. In this fantastic ski area the Schneesport Akademie also ensures that young and old really have a great time skiing. Whether on a snowboard, on Alpine skis, on telemarkers or on cross-country skis – on the piste, in the pipe or out on the terrain. More than 100 fully trained and qualified snow sport instructors show from the very beginning that it’s all about one thing – having fun!
CONTACT SKI SCHOOL ISCHGL
Sports Equipment Rental, Ski Storage, Sports Shop
The Idalp shop is the only sports shop within the Ischgl ski area. Even when you are on the slopes you will find a great assortment of products and service. We offer: Ski and snowboard rental, Accessories, Storage, Service counter, Express service.
Silvretta Sports / Shop Idalp
Ski and snowboard rental
You can rent your winter sports equipment on the mountain. If you have already rented equipment from SilvrettaSports, you can exchange it here.
Even on the mountain SilvrettaSports has a great range on offer: ski goggles, sunglasses and designer shades, helmets, functional underwear, caps, gloves, etc. Get the best advice from our trained staff.
Drop off your skis or snowboard for servicing at the Idalp shop. The next morning your equipment will be ready for you to pick up and you can hit the slopes straight away.
SilvrettaSports on the Idalp has both serviced and unserviced depots.
You’ll find our servicing centre right on the slopes, next to the Idalp shop.
Opening times summer: daily from 9 am – 4.30 pm
Opening times winter: daily from 08.30 am – 4.30 pm
Departure time: TBA. The bus ride is about 4to 5 hours. The bus waits for no one
Please pack lightly, as the bus has limited cargo carrying capacity.
Return: TBA. Precise time will be announced at the hotel. The TC has the authority to adjust the departure time but will notify skiers the night before departure. Estimated return to Stuttgart NLT 2200.
To Join the Trip Online:
Download a Trip Application (Top Right Corner) fill it up, sign it and email a copy to:email@example.com You will receive an email back with your total amount.
To make a Payment by Bank Transfer to the PSC Community Bank Account use the following:
Patch Ski Club
Remarks: Ischgl Thanksgiving