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Ischgl: A Hiker's Paradise
The imposing Silvretta mountains above the villages of Ischgl and Samnaun offer 300 kilometres of marked hiking trails and are home to 18 mountain huts. A whole host of walking trails catering for all ability levels can be taken directly from Ischgl and lead high up into the surrounding mountains. Indeed, some of the trails form a network connecting Ischgl to the nearby villages of Galtür, Kappl and See.
Take advantage of our guided hikes and discover the region's hidden gems. As a member of the "Tyrolean Hiking Hotels" group (Tiroler Wanderhotel), the Hotel Post is the perfect place for walking enthusiasts.
Ancient Smugglers' Tour
The tour begins with a gondola ascent to the 'Idalp' in Ischgl before continuing by foot through the Höll valley, up to the Viderjoch at 2,700m. After a rest on the Swiss border, the hike descends through lush mountain pastures and continues along the Val Musauna valley to Samnaun. On this section of the hike, walkers have the chance to discover typical and some rarer Alpine flora, including the famous edelweiss, as well as Alpine fauna such as marmots. A break for lunch in Samnaun with duty-free shopping is followed by a 30-minute walk to the gondola in Samnaun, which takes walkers back up to the Alp Trida-Sattel at 2,500m. From there the hike continues up to the Idjoch (2,700m), back over the border into Austria and the Idalp before returning to Ischgl by gondola.
Total walking time is approximately six hours.
Learn to see, hear and feel nature at its purest with a walk through the fascinating Alpine world incorporating changes in walking tempo with exercises in breathing, relaxation and body centralisation.
Total walking time is four hours.
Conquer the summit of the Jamtal glacier! The view from the top at 3,000 metres is truly breathtaking! Experienced local mountain guides will not only ensure that you reach the peak safe and sound, but will provide you with all manner of interesting information about glaciers and glaciation in the Alps.