Long time Ischgl has been an insider tip for freeriding, however since a few years it’s popular as offpiste domicile even in the professional league. With 238 piste kilometres and more than 69 offpiste runs, which are reachable with 45 modern lifts and without any additional ascent, the powder skiing is a must do and a true pleasure.
The Verwall Group:
A net of many high routes make multi day tours - from hut to hut - possible.
Several summits are higher than 3000 metres. Many of the peaks have unique forms. Especially the area in Vorarlberg with its natural reserves is marked with nativeness and seclusion. The Tyrolean part has not get the conservation status yet and is not really at risk of opening intentions.
The Silvretta Group:
It’s a mountain group in the Central Eastern Alps. Austria with the states Tyrol and Vorarlberg and also Switzerland with the Canton Graubünden have a share. On the summit of the “Dreiländerspitze” the areas of Tyrol, Vorarlberg and Graubünden come together.
In the Silvretta there are many summits with an altitude more than 3000 metres. Especially on the north side in Austria as well as in Switzerland north of the Flüelapass, there is a variety of smaller and bigger glaciers. That’s why the area is also called “The Blue Silvretta”. The Silvretta is bipartite: the bigger part and the highest peak, the Piz Lindard, is located in Switzerland, parts of this site are rated as unexploited. The Austrian part of the Silvretta shows bigger glaciations and almost all managed Alpine Association huts in this region. That’s why this part is more popular by mountaineers and tourists.
The Samnaun Group:
It’s a mountain group in the Central Eastern Alps. Austria with Tyrol and Switzerland with the Canton Graubünden have a share. The group has many 3000’s, a bigger glaciation, like in the Silvretta group, doesn’t exist. It’s named after the village Samnaun, which is located in the sole inhabited valley inside the group.