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Holiday homes and holiday apartments Silvretta Arena Ischgl-Samnaun

Silvretta Arena - The skiarea

The Silvretta Arena Ischgl-Samnaun is a ski area stretching across the Austrian-Swiss border. The Silvretta Arena has a total of 239 kilometres of slopes, offering endless possibilities for every skier and snowboarder. The Silvretta Arena is known for its snow guarantee and varied après-ski offer. The ski area consists of the villages of Ischgl, Galtür, See and Samnaun but with the Silvretta Ski Pass you can also ski in nearby Kappl. ​​​​​​​
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Interactive piste map & Photos

Features

 1360 m -  2872 m​​​​​​​


Pistes (total 237 km)

47 km
143 km
49 km

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Well-known ski villages of Silvretta Arena

Silvretta Arena: WHERE YOUR PERFECT SKI HOLIDAY STARTS

Selected holiday homes in Silvretta Arena

Apartment 4

Ischgl, Paznaun, Austria

3 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 200 per night

Apartment 3

Ischgl, Paznaun, Austria

4 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 266 per night

Apartment 1

Ischgl, Paznaun, Austria

2 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 143 per night

Apartment Top 7

Ischgl, Paznaun, Austria

4 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 150 per night

Apartment Top 6 (Panorama)

Ischgl, Paznaun, Austria

6 Persons

2 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 273 per night

Studio 1

Ischgl, Paznaun, Austria

3 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 134 per night

Apartment Top 5

Ischgl, Paznaun, Austria

5 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 198 per night

Apartment Christians Hamat

Ischgl, Paznaun, Austria

4 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 158 per night

Apartment Apart Lastretta

Ischgl, Tyrol, Austria

4 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 154 per night

Apartment Apart Lastretta

Ischgl, Tyrol, Austria

4 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 113 per night

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Selected group accommodations of Silvretta Arena

Holiday Home Burgner

Kappl, Paznaun, Austria

15 Persons

7 Bedrooms

4 Bathrooms

€ 397 per night

Apartment Sophie

Kappl, Tyrol, Austria

8 Persons

3 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

€ 172 per night

Holiday Home Stark

Kappl, Paznaun, Austria

14 Persons

5 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 339 per night

Apartment Karin III

Kappl, Tirol, Austria

18 Persons

8 Bedrooms

5 Bathrooms

€ 741 per night

Apartment Karin II

Kappl, Tirol, Austria

10 Persons

4 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

€ 337 per night

Apartment Karin I

Kappl, Tirol, Austria

8 Persons

4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 339 per night

Apartment Apart Alpenland

Kappl, Paznaun, Austria

26 Persons

11 Bedrooms

11 Bathrooms

€ 313 per night

Apartment Miramonte

Kappl, Paznaun, Austria

17 Persons

7 Bedrooms

4 Bathrooms

€ 330 per night

Apartment Miramonte

Kappl, Paznaun, Austria

8 Persons

4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 163 per night

Apartment Apart Garni Royal

Kappl, Paznaun, Austria

14 Persons

6 Bedrooms

6 Bathrooms

€ 196 per night

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Silvretta Arena Ski Area Information

Are you planning a skiing holiday in Kappl and still looking for the right accommodation? Then you will find all the important information about the Silvretta Arena ski resort in our extensive FAQ section. Do you have any specific questions or need help with your booking? Don't hesitate to contact us!

Where is the Silvretta Arena ski area located?

The Silvretta Arena ski area is located on the Austrian-Swiss border in the Paznaun (Tyrol) and Engadin (Switzerland) regions.


Which villages are part of the resort?

The Silvretta Arena includes the villages of Ischgl in Austria and Samnaun in Switzerland. If you are looking for a holiday apartment or holiday home in Ischgl, search on Ischgl.

How many kilometres of pistes are there in the Silvretta Arena?

The Silvretta Arena offers a total of 239 kilometres of pistes, including 47 kilometres of blue, 143 kilometres of red and 49 kilometres of black pistes. There are also 15 kilometres of cross-country ski trails. The Silvretta Arena is the third largest ski resort in Tyrol.

How many and what types of lifts are there?

The resort has a total of 46 lifts. These include modern gondola lifts, chair lifts and efficient reversible aerial tramways. Most of the chairlifts are covered and some have heated seats. There are also beginner lifts such as pancake lifts and conveyor belts. The lifts have a total capacity of 97,433 people per hour and a total length of 59.9 kilometres.

With spacious gondolas from the valley and state-of-the-art lift facilities, skiing is smooth and queues are kept to a minimum.

Is the Silvretta Arena suitable for beginners?

Yes, the Silvretta Arena ski area, especially in Ischgl, is very suitable for beginners. On the Idalp, near the largest open-air arena in the Alps, there are wide, blue slopes where beginners can practice their first turns. Examples of beginner-friendly slopes are the Sonnenweg and the Velillbahn.

Are there facilities for children and beginners, such as ski schools and practice slopes?

Yes, there are dedicated practice slopes and practice lifts near the valley, as well as practice lifts next to the main lifts in the resort.  There are also several ski schools offering lessons. For more information on ski lessons, we recommend you visit checkyeti.com for the current offer of ski lessons in Ischgl.

Is a winter holiday in the Silvretta Arena suitable for experienced skiers?

A winter sports holiday in the Silvretta Arena is ideal for experienced skiers and snowboarders, with challenging slopes and opportunities for off-piste adventure. With slopes such as 'Eleven' and steep runs such as '14a', the area offers a unique experience for experienced winter sports enthusiasts looking for excitement and challenge.

What facilities does the Silvretta Arena offer for freestylers and snowpark enthusiasts?

The Silvretta Arena offers several opportunities for freestylers and snowpark fans. The snowpark is divided into two areas: "All Fun" and "Improve Your Skills". The first area is suitable for beginners and families and includes obstacles such as boxes and fun tubes. The second area is more for advanced riders, with more challenging obstacles and an airbag for practicing rotation jumps. Above the Idalp is the "Get stoked" fun line with wave tracks, curves, speed boosters and ramps.

How snow-sure is the ski area?

With 90% of the slopes above 2,000 metres and extensive snowmaking systems, the Ischgl and Samnaun ski areas offer exceptional snow reliability. Thanks to these facilities, almost all slopes can be covered with snow from the end of November to the beginning of May, meaning that the entire ski area is usually open during this period.

What alternative winter activities are there in the Silvretta Arena besides skiing and snowboarding?

The Silvretta Arena offers a range of alternative winter activities. There are many kilometres of snowshoe and winter walking trails that take you through the beautiful mountain scenery. There is also an extensive network of cross-country ski trails, where you can enjoy cross-country skiing with breathtaking views. For those looking for a bit more excitement, there is one of the longest night toboggan runs in the Alps. You can also relax on the ice rink at the Silvretta Spa, enjoy a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride and unwind in the Silvretta Spa's water park and sauna.

Is there an interactive piste map for the Silvretta Arena ski area?

Yes, an online slope map is available for the Silvretta Arena ski area. This interactive map gives you detailed information about the pistes, lifts and other facilities in the area. It is a useful tool to prepare your winter sports holiday in the Silvretta Arena and to get an overview of the available routes and facilities. You can view the piste map here.

Are there opportunities for off-piste skiing?

Yes, off-piste skiing is possible in the Silvretta Arena. With areas such as Piz Val Gronda, Palinkopf, Greitspitze, Höllspitze and around Alp Trida, as well as numerous black slopes and ski routes, there is plenty of space for experienced skiers and snowboarders to enjoy off-piste skiing.

Which ski pass is required to access the slopes of Silvretta Arena

To access the slopes of the Silvretta Arena you need the Silvretta Ski Pass. This ski pass gives access to 73 lifts in Ischgl, Samnaun, Galtür, Kappl and See.

What are the après-ski options in the Silvretta Arena?

Ischgl/Samnaun - Silvretta Arena offers a wide and varied range of après-ski activities, making it one of the top destinations for après-ski lovers. Some of the most popular après-ski venues in the area are:

  • Kuhstall: Known as one of the most popular après-ski bars in Ischgl, where the atmosphere is always lively.
  • Nikis Stadl: Another popular spot, known for its cosy atmosphere and good music.
  • Trofana Alm: Offers an authentic après-ski experience with live music, where visitors can enjoy the typical alpine atmosphere.
  • Schatzi-Bar: A great place for those who want to dance and enjoy a party atmosphere.
  • Feuer & Eis: Ideal for visitors looking for a mix of relaxation and partying, with good music and a relaxed atmosphere.

These locations are just some of the many après-ski options in Ischgl/Samnaun - Silvretta Arena, making it an excellent choice for anyone looking for an unforgettable après-ski experience.

How often do the ski buses run in the Silvretta Arena?

Ski buses take you directly to the lifts in Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl and See, so you can leave your car at home. With a valid ski pass you can use the skibus free of charge on the route Landeck - See - Kappl - Ischgl - Galtür. Click here for the current ski bus timetable.

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