Unlimited skiing pleasure awaits you in Samnaun. At the heart of the Silvretta Arena Samnaun/Ischgl, skiers and snowboarders will find a variety of perfectly groomed downhill runs for every level of ability on over 238 kilometres of pistes.
Samnaun presents skiers and snowboarders with an expansive ski resort that stretches to the Austrian town of Ischgl. Perfectly groomed downhill runs, a wide range of services, such as ski rentals from INTERSPORT Rent in Samnaun and lots of recreational and winter sports attractions – from fun parks to après ski events – make for an exciting ski adventure in the Eastern Alps.
The Silvretta Arena Samnaun/Ischgl is the largest ski arena in the East Alps. At altitudes between 1,700 and 2,875 metres, you’ll discover a true winter sport El Dorado on the Alp Trida and the Idalp. Over 41 lifts and transport systems efficiently serve ski guests through the season, including the first double-decker cable car in the world, which runs at a capacity of 180 guests per hour. Attractive restaurants and shops, ski schools and the INTERSPORT Rent ski rental shop in Samnaun allow you to relax and simply enjoy your ski holiday in this alpine atmosphere.
Samnaun, located in the expansive Graubünden ski region, attracts skiers and snowboarders of all ages from all over the world. Especially carvers appreciate this resort’s slopes. Did you know that carving was invented in Samnaun? INTERSPORT Rent makes sure you have the proper equipment to make perfect carving swoops. At the ski rental shop you’ll find a huge assortment of cutting edge equipment.
The “Boarder’s Paradise”, one of Europe’s largest fun parks, awaits action-seeking snowboarders in Samnaun. Just below the Idjoch Mountain, you can show off on the 100-metre long halfpipe or blast on down the boarder cross runs.
So you haven’t had enough action on the slopes? Then enjoy the world-famous après ski flair in the nearby town of Ischgl, which is directly connected with the Samnaun ski region. This trendy winter sports venue is the party hotspot in the Alps.