A varied programme

Family summer holidays in Ischgl

For all ages
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It’s family time!

Easy hiking trails and cycle routes, lakes for swimming and fun-filled adventure parks that put big smiles on little faces: Ischgl in the Paznaun valley is the perfect place to spend a summer holiday with your family.

After eventful days of exploring, you can kick back and relax at an inviting, child-friendly accommodation. Special deals for families with children and the many benefits of the Silvretta Card Premium make your family holiday even more enjoyable.

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For all ages

Family hikes in Ischgl

Pack your backpack

Ischgl is a great choice for family hikes. Many of the trails are suitable for pushchairs, allowing you to bring even the youngest ones on a fun family hike. And did you know that holders of Silvretta Card Premium can take pushchairs on the cable car free of charge?

Your kids are old enough to walk? Then the Adventure Trail from Ischgl to Idalp  might be just the thing for you. The 7.5-kilometre trail is lined with nice surprises for young (and young-at-heart) explorers. The Walk of Lyrics is another highlight, especially for music lovers.

Our tip: To find out whether a certain trail is suitable for a family hike, simply have a look at the route description!

Cycle routes for families with children

Two-wheeled explorations

How about exploring Ischgl by bike? The region boasts numerous great trails, most of them on flat terrain and perfectly suitable for family rides.

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Experience more

There are plenty of great activities for explorers of all ages waiting for you down in the valley and up in the mountains:

  • Vider Truja Adventure Park is a holiday paradise for kids. The outdoor playground features a water park, boulder towers, BBQ stations and other highlights.
  • Swoop back down to the valley high above Kitzloch gorge with the SKYFLY zipline – a must-do for all adventure-seekers!
  • Down in the valley, you can spend fun family days at Sandli water playground or the miniature golf course.
  • The middle station of Silvrettabahn cable car is the starting point of the hunt for the Fimbabach treasure hunt.
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For bad weather

Family activities for rainy days

Indoor options

If there’s still space in your suitcase, you can bring a pack of cards or a board game to while away rainy days – but you don’t have to! After all, there’s plenty to see and do in Ischgl even on bad weather days. Go for a swim at Silvretta Therme or enjoy a game of indoor tennis – there are plenty of options

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Ischgl’s varied programme for children

Activities for young adventurers

If you want to enjoy a little parent’s time-out, your kids are in safe hands at the Alpine Experience. Plus, there are regular events especially for children.

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for kids up to 10 years of age

The Alpine Experience Programme offers fun and games on many days of the week. Children up to the age of 10 are lovingly looked after by experienced childcarers. While the parents are out climbing the region’s stunning summits, the little ones have fun exploring the entire valley together with their new friends as part of the weekly activities programme.

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for youths between 11 and 16 years of age

Even on the most fun family holiday, teenagers like to spend some time with kids their age every now and then. That’s where the Alpine Experience Programme comes into play. It offers fun activities for kids aged 11 to 16 who would like to spend some time away from their parents.

By the way: Activities for youths are marked with the label “parent-free zone”.

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More adventures

Family activities 

IN THE VICINITY OF ISCHGL

The longer your family summer holiday in Ischgl, the better! Because then you also have time to explore the neighbouring villages of Galtür, Kappl and See. All of them boast great attractions and activities for fun-loving families:

  • Parents and kids can try their hand at climbing or bouldering in Galtür. With a vast selection of routes for all skill levels, it’s easy to find the perfect climbing experience for you and your loved ones.  
  • The swimming lake in See is much more than just a place to take a dip. There’s a beach volleyball court, a soccer pitch, an adventure playground and other attractions.
  • A visit to Sunny Mountain Adventure Park in Kappl is a highlight for the little ones. Among other attractions, the park features a petting zoo, Kneipp facilities and a low-rope course.
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Useful tips

Interesting information for families

Perfectly prepared for your trip