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Overview map IDALP ..............................................
Hiking, Idalp Adventure Trail, Suspension Bridges .....
Walk of Lyrics .......................................................
Adventure Stage - Schwarzwasser lake, Pardatscher lake ...
Smugglersâ€˜ Trail ...................................................
Duty-free shopping ................................................
Tip: New singletrail Flimjoch .................................
Via ferrata Greitspitz ............................................
Via ferrata Flimspitz .............................................
Contact and Imprint .............................................
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REFRESHMENT STATIONS Alpenhaus - 2.306m
Vider Alp - 2.250m
Paznauner Taja - 2.000m
Bodenalp - 1.840m
Alp Trider Sattel - 2.488m
Heidelberger HÃ¼tte - 2.264m
Alp Bella - 2.380m
CABLE CARS & CHAIR LIFTS d
length / height difference 1.954m / 232m
Silvretta gondola 1
Silvretta gondola 2
1.984m / 638m
1.727m / 454m
2.727m / 490m
Alp Trider chairlift
1.056m / 228m
2.300m / 722m
Overview map IDALP
POINTS OF INTEREST Adventure Stage - Schwarzwasser lake, Pardatscher lake
Walk of Lyrics
10 Via ferrata Greitspitz 11 Via ferrata Flimspitz 12 SKYFLY
Ischgl SKYFLY With the Ischgl SKYFLY, daredevils glide on a wire cable, 50 metres above the ground, down the valley to Ischgl. On the 2 kilometre route speeds of up to 84 km/hour are reached. Two parallel cable tracks take you from the Silvrettabahn A1 intermediate station (1683m) via the intermediate stations and three route sections to the roof terrace of the valley station for the 3-S Pardatschgratbahn A3 (1376m). This means that 2 people can ‚fly‘ down into the valley side by side. The second section of the new attraction takes you beneath the ‚Kitzloch‘ suspension bridge and the ‚Fimbabahn‘ through the
Prices: adults € 39,00 Kids € 25,00 Cable car ride up the mountain is not included in the price 19th of June – 13th of September 2020 Tuesday to Sunday from 11.00 am - 6.00 pm Monday: closed | Weather-related settings reserved.
spectacular Kitzloch Gorge. Adrenaline and adventure are guaranteed.
More information: www.skyfly-ischgl.at TIP: Take a hike through the „walk of lyrics“ from Ischgl to the middle station of the Silvrettabahn A1. Duration: approx. 1 hour
Whether a cosy themed walk or a challenging mountain tour. The Idalp at 2,320 m is the ideal starting point for walks of all kinds. Modern lift facilities transport visitors up the Idalp, high above Ischgl, where visitors can make their choice. An excursion to Samnaun in Switzerland is also possible or how about exploring a high ropes course?! Plus much more! A hiking guide featuring 80 tours across Paznaun and a compass map can be obtained from the tourist office! ISCHGL – IDALP ADVENTURE TRAIL This spectacular adventure trail leads from Ischgl to the Idalp (2,320 m). The three-hour walk leads along a 7.5 km long and laid footpath via three Alpine vegetation zones and across two impressive suspension bridges which extend across the Kitzloch gorge. For a faster journey to the Idalp, take the Silvrettabahn or Fimbabahn cable car (ascent free with the all-inclusive Silvretta Card). From here, the delightful ‘Vider Truja adventure park’ is just a 5 minute walk away. SUSPENSION BRIDGES Kitzloch and Bärenfalle are over 100 m long and tower an unbelievable 70 m above the Fimbabach. These two suspension bridges have been built exclusively for pedestrians and cross over the impressive Kitzloch gorge. Definitely not for the faint-hearted!
Hiking, Idalp Adventure Trail, Suspension Bridges
Thanks to its location at the heart of Paznaun, the former mountain farming village of Ischgl is the ideal place for hikers and sports enthusiasts. Adventurers, pleasure-seekers, families and mountain lodge fans will all find plenty of walking-based highlights to enjoy here!
Walk of Lyrics
HIGHLIGHT WALK OF LYRICS A new attraction has been added to the adventure trail and now includes some world stars of the music industry along with a fascinating landscape. The legendary concerts which take place on the Idalp stage emphasise Ischglâ€™s entertainment concept. International music stars can now be seen here in summer too as songs by Rihanna, Udo JĂźrgens and Sting are played in a range of different settings. Away from the stage, in a forest by a wild brook, the songs by the stars are presented in a new and unique way. The focus is on the poetry of the songs which, at times, are presented gently in text format to highlight the lyricism of the words. A pictorial interpretation of the song text then follows as an acoustic sound experience.
ADVENTURE STAGE SCHWARZWASSER LAKE, PARDATSCHER LAKE Based on the motto of ‘Action – Speed – Challenge’, various adventure zones will be provided from the middle station to the Pardatschersee lake in the Fimbatal valley, featuring some impressive offers. The presentation points are fascinating and easily accessible (ascent via the Fimbabahn or Silvrettaseilbahn cable cars to the middle station) or can be reached via the adventure trail across the suspension bridges from Ischgl.
Pardatscher Lake With ‘Air Steps’, ‘Wood Lines’, ‘Float over Water’ and the ‘Lakeside Adventure’, Ischgl taps into the mood of the day and creates a dynamic group experience which, when paired with exciting challenges, creates an innovative experience at the heart of the Ischgl mountains.
SMUGGLERS’ TRAIL You won’t find anything comparable elsewhere...! By foot or with the assistance of cable cars and chair lifts you can reach the Swiss resort of Samnaun from Ischgl. Duty Free shopping on top! The Smuggler’s trail to Samnaun is a very popular tour. Cable cars and chairlifts guarantee comfortable access into the duty-free zone of Samnaun, which is perfect for shopping lovers. For those, who like it a bit more sporty, can chose to walk a few sections.
Samnaun is the only place in Switzerland with a duty-free agreement where goods can be purchased without paying duty: these products include exclusive perfume brands, luxury watches, fine jewellery, tobacco products, designer fashions etc.
Smugglers‘ trail, Duty-free shopping
Please take note of the customs regulations. More information can be obtained from Ischgl tourist office in the valley. The brochure ‘What can I take where? ‘ provides an overview of the key regulations relating to duty-free shopping. Note! Journey back from Samnaun If you want to take the cable car or chair lift from Samnaun back to Ischgl, you need to start out from Samnaun at 14:30 at the latest.
Biking BIKING This area is a tour paradise for bikers, nestled within the Silvretta, Samnaun and Verwall mountains. In addition to the classic tours, such as the journey to the Heidelberger Hütte, THE mountain biking destination in Paznaun, there is also plenty of endurance fun to enjoy. Free use of the cable car (incl. bike transport) offers access to an explosion of top quality trails. New: The singletrail from the top station of the ‘Flimjochbahn‘ down to Idalp. A bike guide featuring over 30 tours across Paznaun and a map can be obtained from the tourist board! 17
Tip: NEW SINGLETRAIL FLIMJOCH Suitable for both beginners and experienced bikers, fantastic panoramic views, can be combined with the Paznauner Taja Trail. This newly built route has lots of strips. Particular emphasis was placed on incorporating lots of steep curves during the construction process. As soon as you get off the Flimjochbahn cable car, the trail sets off towards the Idalp which is visible from the start. The route is suitable for anyone seeking a sporty descent. Beginners can easily build on their biking technique. If jumps present too much of a challenge, you can simply cycle over them carefully. Advanced bikers can also pick up some speed on the Flimjoch single trail. The magnificent panoramic views add to the charm of this route. The Flimjoch trail meanders on a length of 3 kilometres from start to finish and offers trailfun on 435 vertical metres. 18
Tip: New singletrail Flimjoch
VIA FERRATA GREITSPITZ A relatively short yet exposed, steep and rewarding fixed ropes course with modern safety devices. The route includes cable securing throughout and sufficient hand and foot grips. Both of the exposed steep sections offer an easier bypass and are therefore suitable for children with climbing experience and for less experienced climbers. Route: ascent via the Fimbabahn or Silvrettabahn and Flimjochbahn cable car. From the mountain station at 2,770 m, the route leads south-east to the end of the ski trail and from here along a well-marked steep path to the access point (blue markings). The access point is located in the foothills of the west ridge of the Greitspitz. From the Greitspitz (2,850 m) it follows a comfortable route back to the Idjochbahn mountain station.
Alpenhaus - 2.306m
Vider Alp - 2.250m
Silvretta gondola 2
Via ferrata Greitspitz
Via ferrata Flimspitz
Difficulty D Access 30-45 min. Length of course 110m Altitude 2850m
Via ferrata Greitspitz
VIA FERRATA FLIMSPITZ The popular Flimspitz and its striking summit cross is now even easier to access thanks to the construction of the new fixed ropes course from the Flimjochbahn mountain station and the Flimsattelbahn mountain station. The Flimspitz is the highest peak in the area at almost 3,000 m above sea level. The all-round views of the exposed, craggy peak are magnificent! Route: from Flimjochbahn mountain station north along the marked ascent. After approx. 400 m, turn off right to below the striking access point ledge; follow the sloping ledge to just below the ridge, along the exposed ridge on the south side and over the easy terrain to the summit.
Via ferrata Flimspitz
Difficulty C Access 20-25 min. Length of course 100m Altitude 2929m
Silvrettaseilbahn AG Silvrettaplatz 2, A – 6561 Ischgl, Tel.: +43 (0) 5444 606, Fax: +43 (0) 5444 606, email@example.com www.silvretta.at
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Tourismusverband Paznaun – Ischgl Infobüro Ischgl Dorfstraße 43, A – 6561 Ischgl, Tel.: +43 (0) 50 990 100, Fax: +43 (0) 50 990 199, firstname.lastname@example.org www.ischgl.com