Reviews about Ischgl

Ski resorts in Austria
What do you think about Ischgl?
vegardk
24/08/2007
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Incredibly good place. Be here 2004 and have some of my absolute best skiing memories from here. Has heard rumors that a link will be built between St. Anton and Ischgl, and suddenly we suddenly have a really interesting place!

Positively:
- high ridge, easily accessible off-piste
- Nice city,
- Modern lift system, no queues available!
- jäääättestort piste system. The pistemap does not make the system justice!
- nice restaurants in the slopes
- fun après ski
- skiing right down the city center

negative:
- something overrepresented by Germans, so all entertainment gets on their premises (read: German house songs with a touch of "ompa-ompa" - can be damn boring after a while.
- expensive!

I will gladly return!

31/05/2007
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Ischgl offers not only nice skiing but also the best afterskin you can imagine. I did not really understand how we hurried to dance until 02:00 and then get up at 07:00 every morning without falling apart. It must have been the wonderful ride that kept us awake the week out. The price of drinking in the pubs did not come with my travel budget at all. I say like many others that the food and drink were very expensive on the slopes but we made sure we bought our food bag in See (a small town outside Ischgl) where our hotel was also.

We were there during Easter, so the weather could not be complained! It was sunny all the time, which became a bit awkward in the afternoon as the nose burnt and the snow became very heavy and wet. But we were looking forward to going in the morning when the slopes were new and the beginners were still sleeping.

Actually, my first 360 was here so I have several nice memories from this beautiful ski resort in Austria.

gustav
gustav (Guest)
21/05/2007
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Best of all, and their park was huge. lovely weather.
The park had hope in all categories as well as rails and boxes.
never steered to the elevator sometimes the Germans came with their extreme queue technology.
there was nothing bad about this.

saandra
saandra (Guest)
29/03/2007
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I was in Ischgl week 8. 2006 and I've never been to anything funeral. Not enough that we had perfect weather forever, the atmosphere in the village was so great. All Austrians are really pearls, at least those I've met.

In the past I have been to Saalbach and also the place was good but Ischgl actually hits it. As for the slopes, I do not know what can beat Ischgl. It may be because you go on such a high where you find some benchmarks but everything was so big and the offer was so good! I did not stand more than 10 minutes in the elevator queue that week. Some days you could just go straight on to the treadmill and sit in the chairlift. If you did not have a company like someone, you never saw people twice a day.

The village was incredibly cozy and the best thing was maybe you could hardly see any cars or buses. Amazingly smart of them to make the tunnel with treadmills. Himla easy for us who lived on the other side of the village! :)

I'll ALWAYS remember Ischgl's journey, because everything was so cool that week, everything got so fucking perfect!

The only drawback was that it was "pretty" animal-friendly ....: /

To Ischgl, you must only go if you have not been there! I'm going to return next year!

Saamuuel
16/02/2007
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Well, there were 7, then there was a good snow, they were the best place, yes, something else. With many long nice slopes, however, for many adult ski schools that take place throughout the hill, but otherwise terribly good =)

25/08/2006
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Ischgl is a very good ski resort.
There are many nice long slopes for all types of rides.
Snow is good and the lift system is state-of-the-art. There is also a two-storey cabin.
Even though Ischgl is large, it's easy to get around everywhere.
There are many nice and nice eateries in the hill.

The city is also good, there are restaurants where you can get authentic Austrian schnitsel (how it is spelled). The busiest place to eat is Burger King.
Then there are, of course, ski deals.

The only bad thing about Ischgl is that the whole town smells like cow.

Haze
Haze (Guest)
21/02/2005
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Last season I was here and went for a couple of weeks over Christmas and New Year and it is mainly two things that impressed me!

Firstly, ÅKNINGEN is at a high and snow proof height between 2000m and 3000m. It's a very big plus. Too many other resorts have any cabin that draws up to 3000m + and that sounds impressive while much of the ride is below 2000m.

Secondly, the lifts are really modern and the ski system has invested heavily in the last few years. It might sound freaky but for comparison, I went to French Valmorel a day recently and there were 2 modern lifts (LAltispace and Pierrafort) while the rest consisted of buttons and aged chairlifts (thus not saying that the place does not have its pearls and that there are nice riding there).

Enjoy

04/03/2003
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On the whole, I think Ischgl is a good ski resort, so I would describe it:

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-Full pistes.
Well-planned area, easy to find and the lift system is efficient.
-Very and easily accessible offpiste near the lifts.

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- No really demanding slopes.
-Dyyyrt.
Masses with Germans in palette halls and beginners.

Per_Formance
21/02/2003
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I would like to kill the myth that all snow outside the piste is untouched until you lift it up. That time is past in Ischgl. Was there V7-2003, Sunday started with 2dm pillows all over it, but when it was over, it looked like it was after a day in, for example, Anton. It might have been better earlier in the season or if it had not been a weekend, but that applies to all places. Sure we found nice snow all week, but you have to go a bit, just like in other places. Velilltal has the best snow, catching good snow after 6 days of sunshine and wind calm, an unbeatable week.
By the way, Ischgl is a fantastic place, comparable to Anton except for the most advanced. Large open spaces, the world's most modern lift system, nice modern city. F-n, well ....

deephed
07/01/2003
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Was there the 2001/2002 season. Cruel ride but hard with accommodation and terribly expensive. Get seasons but MASSOR MASSES of untouched snow latched after a snowfall. Snow-proof like fauna! Check out our website for more information http://medlem.spray.se/skibumischgl

Tremor Christ & Deephed