family hike in Ischgl

Welcome to Paznaun

Start into Summer 2020

Your Paznaun. My Paznaun.

Looking forward into summer 2020

Dear guests!

We are all looking forward to welcoming you to Paznaun and the resorts of Ischgl, Galtür, Kappl and See this coming summer! In these challenging times, we have to recognise that not all things are as we originally planned. But life is gradually returning back to normal for us all.
Nevertheless, we are looking forward to summer and would like to provide you with all latest information about the cable car opening times, summer activities and ongoing events.

✅ No fees, secure and simple: book your holidays on our website:
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Paznaun cable car operation hours Paznaun: 26th June – 27th September 2020
       See: 26th June – 20th September 2020
       Galtür: 3rd July – 27th September 2020
       Kappl: 3rd July -  20th September 2020
       Ischgl: 3rd July – 13th September 2020

Silvretta Card all inclusive: free of charge
       All cable cars in Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl and See Swimming lakes and swimming pools
       Use of all public transportation
       Free toll on the Silvretta High Alpine Road
       Alpinarium Galtür & cable car museum Ischgl
       Kids & Youth Club Paznaun for all children & teens

Silvretta Card all inclusive (see FAQ's below) 

Outdoor program summer 2020 for the whole family starts on June, 22nd

✅ open huts/alpine pastures

We thank you for your loyalty and look forward to seeing you again in the mountain summer of Paznaun - with passion, warmth and hospitality as usual!

Your team from
Tourist office Paznaun-Ischgl

Most important questions and answers

FAQ's

Yes it is valid in summer 2020! As usual, the card will be issued with overnight stays of one night or more by the booked establishment. In line with regulations, the hotel season will begin on 29 May 2020.

All of the cable cars and chairlifts open in Galtür, Ischgl, Samnaun, Kappl and See from 26 June - 27 September 2020 in the Paznaun region: 

  • See: 26 June - 20 September 2020
  • Galtür: 3 July - 27 September 2020
  • Kappl: 3 July - 20 September 2020
  • Ischgl: 3 July - 13 September 2020
     

Public bus routes between Landeck and the Bielerhöhe (Silvretta Stausee reservoir).
For up-to-date bus timetables, see the FAQ about public transport.

Outdoor and indoor swimming pools in Ischgl and Galtür, swimming lake in See

  • See bathing lake: baths open from 29 May: rules of conduct to be published shortly. There will be restricted admission which will also be announced soon. The kiosk will be open from 15 May.
  • Silvretta Center Ischgl indoor pool: 3rd July - 13th September
  • Ischgl forest baths: 3rd July - end of August
  • Galtür indoor pool:  3rd July - end of September
     

Silvretta High Alpine Road: 11 June – end of October 2020

Alpinarium Galtür: mid-June – mid-October 2020

Ischgl Cable Car Museum: opening times to be announced

The aforementioned services can be used, provided the latest hygiene and protective measures are respected. Legal regulations may lead to restricted or limited services or to queues. Thank you for your understanding! 

All accommodation establishments are permitted to open again from 29 May 2020. Restaurants are opened since15 May 2020. 

Please note the following information to ensure the highest security for all guests and employees:

Good to know: Book easily, free of charge and securely via our website and enjoy all the advantages of "QualityTime 100% free of care" booking possibility.

online via see.at, kappl.com, ischgl.com or galtuer.com  or flexible rebooking up to 7 days or less before arrival. You can cancel the booking without giving a reason. This promotion is valid for bookings that arrive between May and October 2020.

Before the booking is completed, the cancellation rules are displayed. The accommodations who offer a free cancellation up to 7 days before arrival or shorter are marked with the button "QualityTime 100% carefree" on the booking platform on our website.

Please contact your establishment directly who will be able to provide precise information about cancellation fees. Essentially the same rule applies as before: your accommodation establishment is entitled to charge its contractually agreed cancellation costs.

With your care you protect yourself as well as the other guests and your hosts!

Mountain sports recommendations of the "Alpenverein Österreich" for summer 2020

In general there are no restrictions on the hiking and bike trails. If you encounter other hikers or bikers, please keep a safe distance of at least 2 meters. So you protect yourself and others. The Verband alpiner Vereine für Österreich (VAVÖ, austrian alpine association) has developed recommendations for the practice of alpine sports in COVID-19 times:

1. Reduce risk-taking
Stay below the personal performance limit during alpine activities. Consider the corona-related risks and difficulties in rescue operations, as well as the additional burden on the hospitals. More than ever, the rule is: only healthy in the mountains!

2. Keep a distance of at least 2 m
2 meters is a little more than 2 arm lengths of an adult. Wear a face mask to protect mouth and nose if the minimum distance of 2 metres must be exceeded. Certain mountain sports activities (e.g. mountain biking) may also require larger distances.

3. Mountain sports only in small groups
The actual number of people depends on the respective mountain sport. There is an upper limit of 10 people. Keep in mind that as group size increases, it will be more difficult to keep your distance! Avoid high-traffic tours and places.

4. Avoid habitual mountain rituals
For example, shaking hands, hugs, summit kiss, offering drinking bottles to others, etc.

5. Take mouth-nose protection and disinfectants with you
In addition to the general emergency equipment, mouth-and-nose protection and disinfectants should be kept in the backpack.

6. In an emergency, as usual ...
... act as a first aider according to the generally applicable first aid guidelines and additionally use mouth-and-nose mask.

Source: www.alpenverein.at

Cable car operation from 26 June - 27 September 2020 in Paznaun

  • See: 26 June - 20 September 2020
  • Galtür: 3 July - 27 September 2020
  • Kappl: 3 July - 20 September 2020
  • Ischgl: 3 July - 13 September 2020

Please note that changes may be implemented at any time due to the nature of the situation. The mountain railways and team at the Paznaun-Ischgl tourist board are contactable by telephone or email if you want to check again before your stay.

Before transportation (PDF-Download)
During transportatio (PDF-Download)

 

The bus timetable for the summer bus, which is free to use with the Silvretta Card all-inclusive, is already online.

Important:

  • Mouth and nose protection is currently still mandatory. The passenger must have this with them.
  • A few masks are carried in the bus, but we cannot supply them or guarantee them. This is the responsibility of the passengers.
  • The distance rules also apply. However, the minimum distance of 1 m may not be reached because this is very difficult in buses. The seats can all be occupied and
  • we take standing passengers according to the distances. This will be max. 15 people are allowed.

Ischgl: The latest bus timetable can be found here
Galtür: The latest bus timetable can be found here
Kappl: The latest bus timetable can be found here
See: The latest bus timetable can be found here

  • Ischgl: The information team is available from Mon-Fri from 8.00-12.00 and 13.00-17.00:  +43 50 990 100  info@ischgl.com
  • Galtür: The information team is available from Mon-Fri from 8.00-12.00 and 13.00-17.00: +43 50 990 200 or info@galtuer.com
  • Kappl: The information team is available from Mon-Fri from 8.00-12.00 and 13.00-17.00:  +43 50 990 300 or  kappl@kappl-see.com
  • See: The information team is available from Mon-Fri from 8.00-12.00 and 13.00-17.00:      +43 50 990 400 or see@kappl-see.com

All information and ongoing updates about Covid-19, border openings, Covid-19 cases in Tyrol can be found here: https://www.tyrol.com/information-coronavirus