Ski Lifts in Ischgl
The ski lift system in Ischgl is ultra-convenient and even includes an airport-style moving walkway between gondola base stations.
Ischgl Ski Lifts
Ischgl is recognised as having one of the fastest, most modern and well-planned lift systems in the Alps, and money is constantly being lavished on refinements. There are 42 lifts, with a predominance of fast multi-pack chairs with magic-carpet loading and protective bubbles.
From the village, 3 gondolabahns give access to the skiing. One, the Silvrettabahn, is in the centre, the other two, the Pardatschgratbahn and the Fimbabahn, are on the east side – but the two areas of the village are linked by an airport-style moving walkway through a tunnel for ultra-convenience.
There are a further 22 chairlifts, 15 draglifts, and 2 cable cars from Samnaun. Given the high capacity from the village, the speed of the chairlifts and the extent of the ski area, which swallows up crowds once you get away from Idalp, the potential for serious queuing is kept to a minimum. The resort has also invested heavily in snowmaking, with a network of 270 snow machines across the slopes.
Ischgl Ski Lift Passes
Ischgl Ski Lift Company