Not at all a high-wire act: at the Ischgl SKYFLY, adrenaline rushes are part of the fun! Along a two kilometres-long steel rope, you’ll fly through Ischgl’s Kitzloch ravine reaching up to 85 kilometres per hour! In winter, you’ll have an amazing view of the snow-covered slopes down in the valley during your zipline flight. Skis and snowboards can be strapped to your back for the duration of the flight.
If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, you’ll love the Ischgl SKYFLY! So, you’d better grab a courageous companion (because two people can fly next to each other) and off you go!
The Flying Fox at the Tyrolean Oberland region
- 2 long flights of several kilometres from the intermediate station of the Silvrettabahn (A1) cable car to the rooftop terrace of the valley station of the 3-S Pardatschgratbahn (A3) cable car
- 2 steel ropes next to each other, so you can fly together
- flight duration: about 3 minutes in total
- 50 metres above the ground
- flight from 1,638 metres down to 1,376 metres above sea level; difference in altitude: 307 metres
- top speeds of up to 85 km/h
- operation in summer and in winter
- opened in August 2016
- tickets can be bought online or at the starting point at the intermediate station of the Silvrettabahn A1 cable car
The route in summer and in winter
What’s so special about the SKYFLY?
You can fly during every season – in summer and in winter!
Start: intermediate station of the Silvrettabahn cable car at 1,683 metres above sea level – right at slope number 1
- section – “Opening”
Kitzloch ravine, maximum 50 metres distance to the ground
Altitude mountain station: 1,683 metres
Altitude valley station: 1,551 metres
Flight duration: 89 seconds
Speed: max. 74 km/h
- section – “Relax. If you can...”
Flight under the Kitzloch bridge and the Fimbabahn cable car
Altitude mountain station: 1,552 metres
Altitude valley station: 1,408 metres
Flight duration: 73 seconds
Speed: max. 85 km/h
- section – “Closing”
Flight over the Fimbabahn cable car, snow making machines and slope 1a
Altitude mountain station: 1,408 metres
Altitude valley station: 1,376 metres
Flight duration: 30 seconds
Speed: max. 52 km/h
Finish: rooftop of the valley station of the 3-S Pardatschgratbahn (A3) cable car at 1,376 metres above sea level
What is a zipline?
In Ischgl, your dream of flying could become a reality! Not just while paragliding but also while ziplining – you’ll get to glide over the picturesque mountain landscape of Tyrol. The big difference to flying: you’re secured by a safety harness and caster-rolls that are mounted to big steel ropes between the start and finish points.
At the Ischgl SKYFLY, the flight adventure is split into three sections from the mountain down into the valley.
The most important questions regarding the Flying Fox in Tyrol are answered in the SKYFLY FAQ!
In case you’ve got any further questions about the Ischgl SKYFLY, the team of the Silvrettaseilbahn AG cable car company will be happy to answer them all for you!