How much is a ski pass in Ischgl?
Ischgl Ski Pass Overview
The resort of Ischgl offers some of the best skiing experiences in Austria. Nestled right in the heart of the Silvretta mountains, Ischgl forms part of the Ischgl - Samnaun - Silvretta Arena. One of the highest-rated destinations for snow sports competitions and crowd entertainment, Ischgl has an amazing ski terrain and excellent conditions that last the entire season. The Ischgl-Samnaun-Silvretta Arena ski area starts at an impressive altitude of 2,000 meters ( with the highest slopes at 2,800 meters), so if just in case you were wondering, snow (or lack of it) should hardly ever be an issue at Ischgl. It's also a haven for snowboarders including freestyle and free riders as it is host to one of Europe's best snow parks in The Jepp Snowpark which is kitted and fitted with over 30 kickers, jumps, boxes and more. There is also a quarter pipe and mega half-pipe at the snow park. Free riders will find a lot of off-piste joy coming down the Pardatschgrat slope. The whole Ischgl area is brilliantly connected by a fantastic ultra-modern lift system of 11 drag lifts, 25 chair lifts and 9 Gondola lifts. Check below on how to obtain an Ischgl ski pass.
Types of Ischgl Ski Passes
The Ischgl - Samnaun - Silvretta Arena has up to 240 kilometres of the ski area, the majority of which are well-groomed corduroy. The pistes across the ski area are also evenly distributed across skill levels and abilities meaning there are a great number of runs to suit everybody’s level. The ski passes are categorised into 3 different types; The Silvretta Paznaun-Samnaun pass, the VIP Samnaun-Ischgl Pass and the Snowcard Gold pass.
The Silvretta Paznaun-Samnaun is a more extensive ski pass, granting additional access into Switzerland and the pistes of the ski resorts of Kappl and See im Paznauntal, which are also accessible via a free shuttle bus. The VIP Samnaun-Ischgl Pass covers the Ischgl and Samnaun area, not including the pistes in Switzerland. The Snowcard Gold grants access to the Samnaun-Ischgl as well as the sports areas and the nearby resorts of Nauders, Fendels and the Kaunertal Glacier. With the Snowcard Gold ski pass, the additional terrain takes the granted access to 365 kilometres.
The current reductions and discounts for ski pass in Ischgl cover the following scenarios:
Young Children:Children under 10 years: old and accompanied by an adult may be provided with a free ski pass. Proof of age is required for the child.
Older Children and Youth:There may be discounts for children under the age of 17. Proof of age is required to redeem the discount.
Seniors:There are discounts for seniors over the age of 62. Seniors over the age of 80, may access the lifts at a young children’s discount rate.
Disabled:There may be reductions for disabled persons. Proof of disability should be presented.
Contact us for any further inquiries on discounts and reductions.
Where Can I Buy My Ischgl Ski Pass?
You can purchase your Ischgl ski pass online or at the resort ticket office when you arrive at the resort. We would recommend purchasing your ski pass online with us as this is the most convenient way to buy your ticket. Save time, save the hassle and save your money whilst booking your ski pass with us online. Avoid queuing for long periods of time in the snow at the ticket offices to purchase a ski pass that you would have already purchased online, from the comfort of your own home.
Can I Pre-Book My Ischgl Ski Pass?
Yes. You can certainly pre-book your Ischgl ski pass. This is the quickest and easiest way to secure your ski pass before even arriving at Ischgl. Pre-booking your ski pass does not exempt you from any ongoing discounts at the time of the purchase. For more information or inquiries about pre-booking your ski pass to Ischgl, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us
How Do Ski Passes Work in Ischgl?
The ski passes are electronically credited onto a hands-free smartcard equipped with a chip for information storage. When loaded, the cards can be swiped at the lifts and card scanners to gain access. These cards are hands-free activated and can be kept in your front jacket pocket or on the sleeve pocket of your ski jacket for easy activation when within proximity to the lifts.
What About Pedestrian Passes In Ischgl?
Do you plan on visiting Ischgl for the lovely views? Or are you perhaps interested in a snowy hike through the mountains? You’re more than welcome to visit! Pedestrians and winter hikers have different rates on their lifts. Ischgl has numerous pedestrian lifts available to use in the ski terrain. Pedestrian lift passes can be purchased at the ski offices on the resort as well as online and the prices may differ for adults and children. Do not hesitate to contact us for any more information regarding obtaining a pedestrian pass.