Hiking holiday in Ischgl

Summer holiday in
Hotel Salnerhof Ischg

Summer time is holiday time! If you don't want an off-the-peg summer holiday, then Ischgl in Paznaun is the right address. To be more precise: in and around Ischgl, hiking lovers can look forward to fascinating hiking tours through the Silvretta, Samnaun and Verwall groups. It is hardly surprising that the region around the Salnerhof is considered a hiking mecca. Ischgl is probably the best starting point for hikes in the Tyrolean and Swiss mountains. More than 1,000 kilometres of hiking trails await you, offering the right experience for every taste: from active sports enthusiasts to families and connoisseurs to hut fans. Crystal-clear mountain lakes, wildly gushing waterfalls and mountain streams, as well as reservoirs and glaciers provide the wow moment on almost every hiking tour in Ischgl through the Alps. You will soon discover: The Silvretta Arena not only has the most enchanting holiday surprises in store for you in winter, but is also ideal for your hiking holiday in Ischgl!

  • The Hotel Salnerhof the ideal companion for a hiking holiday in Ischgl
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    • Sportsman's breakfast and all-round culinary care at the highest level
    • Wellness programme for stressed muscles
    • Relaxation effect in cosy alpine living culture
    • In-house hiking guide 
    • Guided hikes as part of the weekly programme
    • Purchase and rental of hiking equipment from our contract partner
    • on request: in-house hiking bus service
  • The region, the ideal place for a hiking holiday at Hotel Salnerhof
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    • One foot in front of the other.
    • One imposing peak after another.
    • One lush green meadow after another.
    • Anyone who hikes in Ischgl in Paznaun can really count themselves lucky. After all, almost no other region in the Tyrolean Alps has so much to offer hikers. 
    • Hiking routes as far as the eye can see
    • Mountain railways make the ascent easier (Premium Silvrettacard)
    • Hiking buses make it easy to get on or back home
    • Swimming pools and lakes provide brief refreshment (Premium Silvrettacard)
  • Idalp - Paznauner Thaya
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    Our way leads us to the Silvretta cable car and we go up to Idalp, 2320 m above sea level. From there we hike across flowering alpine meadows into the Höllkar and then immediately ascend again in the direction of Sassgalun. Gently descending, we then reach the Paznauner Thaya where we can stop for a break. After a short break, the trail leads us in the Fimba valley to the Pardatscher and Schwarzwassersee lakes and back to the middle station. We take the gondola back or choose the descent via the adventure trail with the suspension bridge Bärenfalle and Walk of Lyrics, which takes us back to our hotel after 40 minutes.

    Do not forget: 
    Mountain boots or good hiking shoes, food and drink, mouth-nose protection, money to stop for refreshments (if planned) depending on the weather: sun protection (cream, cap or scarf) or rain protection, Silvrettacard (if required).

    Your hiking guide Doris is looking forward to seeing you.

  • Zeinisjoch - Verbellaalpe - Wiegensee
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    We take our hotel shuttle (alternatively hiking bus) to the Zeinisjoch. From there we hike comfortably to the Verbellaalpe and then a scenic hiking trail leads us to the Wiegensee. The Wiegensee is a moor lake and European nature reserve that is already on the Vorarlberg side, below the Versailspitze. On the way back, we have the opportunity to stop off at the Verbellaalpe with the innkeeper Raimund or to treat ourselves to a coffee on the beautiful terrace at the Zeinissjoch.

    Do not forget:
    Mountain boots or good walking shoes, food and drink, mouth-nose protection, money to stop off (if planned) depending on the weather: sun protection (cream, cap or scarf) or rain protection, Silvrettacard (if required).

    Your Tyrolean mountain hiking guide Doris is looking forward to meeting you.

  • Summit hike to the Breitspitze
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    We take the hotel shuttle to Wirl, from where we take the Alpjochbahn cable car for the first few metres of ascent. Afterwards, we hike up and down to the Breitspitze (summit cross), where a breathtaking view of the reservoirs, the Montafon, the Verwall and Silvretta groups with several 3000-metre peaks awaits us. We descend back to the Kops reservoir and hike over the dam wall to the Zeinisjoch where we are picked up again.

    Do not forget:
    Mountain boots or good hiking shoes, food and drink, mouth and nose protection, money for refreshments (if planned) depending on the weather: sun protection (cream, cap or scarf) or rain protection, possibly a warm jacket or clothing Silvrettacard (if required).

    Your Tyrolean mountain hiking guide Doris is looking forward to meeting you.

  • Galtür - Jamtal - Scheibenalm
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    We hike from Galtür into the beautiful Jamtal valley, always in view of the Jamtal glacier. Our destination is the Scheibenalm, where we can taste and also buy homemade cheese in different varieties, bacon, sausages and cakes, all from our own production. Return the same way

    Do not forget:
    Mountain boots or good walking shoes, food and drink, mouth and nose protection, money for refreshments (if planned) depending on the weather: sun protection (cream, cap or scarf) or rain protection, Silvrettacard (if required).

    Your Tyrolean mountain hiking guide Doris is looking forward to seeing you.

  • Flimjoch - Greitspitze - Höllkar - Idalpe
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    We take the Silvretta cable car to the Idalpe (2320 m) and then cover another 400 hm with the Flimjoch cable car. We hike over the Idjoch to the Greitspitze (Stammgästekreuz 2872 m) from where we can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Silvretta and Verwall groups. The descent leads into the Höllkar to the valley station "Lange Wand" where we then reach the Idalpe again with a slight ascent and from there take the train back down to the valley.

    Do not forget:
    Mountain boots or good hiking boots, food and drink, mouth and nose protection, money to stop for refreshments (if planned) depending on the weather: sun protection (cream, cap or scarf) or rain protection, possibly a warm jacket or clothing Silvrettacard (if required).

    Your certified Tyrolean mountain sports hiking guide Doris is looking forward to meeting you.

  • Berglisee - Lareinalm - Mathon
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    Our hotel shuttle takes us to Mathon and straight up the mountain. The last stretch to the lake takes us about 40 minutes on foot through forests and past alpine meadows like something out of a picture book. This small mountain lake is a natural jewel surrounded by impressive mountain peaks. The descent leads along a narrow path - steep in parts - downhill to the Larainalm, where we can fortify ourselves and then descend the last metres in altitude to the Waldkapelle. From there we start our way home again with our shuttle.

    Do not forget:
    Mountain boots or good walking shoes, food and drink, mouth and nose protection, money for refreshments (if planned) depending on the weather: sun protection (cream, cap or scarf) or rain protection, Silvrettacard (if required).

    Your certified Tyrolean mountain sports hiking guide Doris is looking forward to meeting you.

  • Galtür - Sonnenkogel - Friedrichshafenerhütte - Mathon
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    We let our hotel bus take us to Galtür, from where we start our tour to the Sonnenkogel. We have a magnificent view of the Galtür local mountains - Gorfenspitze and Ballunspitze - far into the Jamtal valley to the Jamtal glacier. We follow the 1000 metre altitude trail to the Friedrichshafenerhütte. After a rest and refreshment, we descend to Mathon where we are picked up again.

    Do not forget:
    Mountain boots or good hiking shoes, food and drink, mouth-nose protection, money to stop for refreshments (if planned) depending on the weather: sun protection (cream, cap or scarf) or rain protection, Silvrettacard (if required).

    Hiking guide Doris is looking forward to meeting you.

  • Smuggler's Round to Samnaun
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    This hiking tour leads through an impressive mountain landscape on the tracks of nimble smugglers from Ischgl to Samnaun (Switzerland). Even the ancestors, the inhabitants of Paznaun, reached Switzerland via the smugglers' trails.

    Today, wonderful one-day hiking trails follow in their footsteps across the border to the Swiss. To save a little time, take the Silvretta and Flimjoch cable car from Ischgl directly to the Flimjoch. The rest of the way is covered on foot. This offers a wonderful panoramic view of the surrounding mountain group of the Samnaun, Silvretta and Verwall area. On the way back we take the Samnaun cable car. 

    This tour is easier if we hike part of it or use the cable cars and lifts in unsettled weather.

    Do not forget:
    Mountain boots or good walking shoes, food and drink, mouth and nose protection, money for refreshments (if planned) depending on the weather: sun protection (cream, cap or scarf) or rain protection, possibly a warm jacket or clothing, Silvrettacard.

    Hiking guide Doris is looking forward to meeting you.

  • Greitspitze - Furcola la Gronda - Heidelbergerhütte - Fimbatal
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    We take the cable cars to the Flimjoch and take the ridge trail to the Palinkopf, on the way is the 2871 m high Greitspitze, who wants to climb the peak with me. We continue through Furcola la Gronda and make the ascent to the Heidelbergerhütte in the Fimba valley. After a refreshment we start the way back through the Fimba valley passing donkeys, cows, horses and marmots.

    Demands: physically demanding

    Do not forget:
    Mountain boots or good walking shoes, food and drink, mouth and nose protection, money for refreshments (if planned) depending on the weather: sun protection (cream, cap or scarf) or rain protection, possibly a warm jacket or clothing, Silvrettacard.

    Hiking guide Doris is looking forward to meeting you.

  • Sunrise hike to the Sonnenkogel
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    We take our hotel shuttle to Galtür and hike on narrow meadow paths to a small hilltop above Galtür - the Sonnenkogel. From there we admire the impressive sunrise over the mountain meadows of Galtür's local mountains. The shuttle takes us back to the Salnerhof in time for a delicious breakfast.

    Start: approx. 5.00 a.m. in the morning (depending on the hour of sunrise).

    Do not forget:
    Mountain boots or good hiking shoes, mouth/nose protection, warm jacket or clothing.

    Hiking guide Doris is looking forward to meeting you.

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