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Two fabulous, but in many ways contrasting ski resorts. Kappl, situated just 10km from Ischgl, is the quieter of the two and provides the traditional Austrian ski holiday experience with character and charm in abundance. Ischgl on the other hand, whilst retaining the Austrian character feel from the outside, has a beating heart and is the place to go for great apres-ski. Kappa is better suited for beginners and families whereas Ischgl with its 238km of pistes will be loved by intermediate skiers and above. 

Resort Guide

Pros

  • Excellent modern lift system
  • Good nightlife in Ischgl
  • High altitude slopes

Cons

  • Expert skiing not extensive
  • Ischgl can be boisterous

 

Stats

  • Highest Lift2,864m
  • Resort1,200m
  • Pistes Km's278km
  • Green3
  • Blue19
  • Red50
  • Black17
  • Parks2
  • Nursery Areas3
  • Off-PisteAverage
  • Lifts58
  • Ski School
  • RestaurantSeveral
  • BarsSeveral
  • NightclubsSkischule Arlberg
  • Charm
  • Scenery
  • Eating Out
  • Apres-Ski

Airport Transfers

  • Innsbruck1 Hour 45 Minutes
  • Zurich2 Hours 45 Minutes
  • Munich2 Hours 55 Minutes
  • Salzburg3 Hours

Skiing Kappl Ischgl

Kappl and Ischgl in the Tyrol, particularly Ischgl have grown rapidly in popularity in recent years. Ischgl being the largest ski resort of the two and the liveliest, whereas Kappl 10km away offers wonderful Austrian charm in some of the most breathtaking scenery in the Alps, with a small village and intimate ski chalets. Visitors to both can either buy an individual lift pass or the Silvretta Ski Pass the covers Kappl, Ischgl, Galtur, See and Samnaun.

Modern world class lift systems Catered ski chalets and holidays in Ischgl

In terms of the skiing Kappl, it is a great resort family skiing with 42km oand lifts up to 2,700m. There is also a Snow Park at Kappl for free skiers and snowboarders.

10km down the valley is Ischgl, Kappl big brother where you will find 238km of pistes. A modern lift system, but retaining its Austrian charm, the skiing is particularly suzited towards intermediate skiers.

The Town

If you are looking for chocolate box charm, Kappl has such in abundance. A truly alpine ski resort, it offers an intimate, traditional Tyrolean welcome that whilst quiet, is full of character and warmth.

Opening day concert at Ischgl

Ischgl is the wilder child of the two, and considerably larger, but maintains most of its alpine charm. Recent years it has attracted a livelier crowd than previous decades and as a consequence it can be a little rowdy, so if quiet more traditional ski nights are your thing, Kappl maybe the better choice.

Family Skiing In Kappl and Iscgl

Both Kappl an Ischgl are fantastic choices for family ski holidays. Beginners will particularly like Kappl with several blue and red pistes, whereas intermediate and mixed ability famil ski groups may prefer Ischgl for its extensive ski network, good for beginners and intermediates.

Family holidays Kappa Ischgl

Ski Map

Pros

  • Excellent modern lift system
  • Good nightlife in Ischgl
  • High altitude slopes

Cons

  • Expert skiing not extensive
  • Ischgl can be boisterous

 

Stats

  • Highest Lift2,864m
  • Resort1,200m
  • Pistes Km's278km
  • Green3
  • Blue19
  • Red50
  • Black17
  • Parks2
  • Nursery Areas3
  • Off-PisteAverage
  • Lifts58
  • Ski School
  • RestaurantSeveral
  • BarsSeveral
  • NightclubsSkischule Arlberg
  • Charm
  • Scenery
  • Eating Out
  • Apres-Ski

Airport Transfers

  • Innsbruck1 Hour 45 Minutes
  • Zurich2 Hours 45 Minutes
  • Munich2 Hours 55 Minutes
  • Salzburg3 Hours

Ischgl Ski Map 

Ischgl is the larger of the two ski areas with 238km of pistes and is a great ski resort for beginners and intermediate skiers in particular, with a fabulous apres-ski nightlife to ski back to. It is therefore a good family ski holiday destination, particularly for older families, but an even better ski resort for adult parties.

Ischgl Ski Piste Map

Kappl Ski Map

Kappl is the smaller of the two ski areas and offers a quieter, more intimate ski holiday. Particularly popular with families, it is ideal for younger family skiing, beginners and early intermediates with some stunning Austrian scenery thrown in.

Kappl Ski Map of the piste
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