Where even the most trained thighs start to burn …

From the highest point down to the valley – Kappl’s Lattenabfahrt run

You’re in tuck position, your poles pressed tightly to your body, your nose red from the airflow. Every speed junkie knows this feeling – and loves it! The famous Lattenabfahrt run in Ischgl offers you eight kilometres of pure skiing fun. Outstanding endurance training paired with high-altitude euphoria – what an exhilarating combination! 

Curious? Read more about this unique ski experience for you and your thighs!

Facts and figures on the Lattenabfahrt run

With your ski boots and goggles perfectly adjusted, the click of your bindings is the starting signal for your adventure. Hop on the chairlift and get closer to your starting point at 2,690 metres above sea level. Our tip: Take a minute to savour the breathtaking mountain views before your thrilling descent and take in the impressive panorama of the Samnaun, Silvretta and Verwall mountain range. Enough of sightseeing? What are you waiting for? Ready, set, go!

With an average width of 50 metres, the eight-kilometre run with an altitude difference of 1,000 metres was made for wide carving turns. You’re well versed in all kinds of skiing techniques? The varied terrain is one big playground for you to try different things!

Directions to the challenging ski run

The Lattenabfahrt run is a red slope for advanced riders and pros. The four-seater chairlift to the Alblittkopf takes you up to 2,690 meters, the starting point of your downhill adventure. The challenging descent will put your skills and stamina to the ultimate test. Halfway down the slope, you’re guaranteed to feel your thighs burning – but there’s no giving up!

If you need a little break, the cosy mountain huts and restaurants along the run are a perfect place to recharge your batteries.

Put your stamina to the test and try your hand at Kappl’s longest descent! The feeling afterwards is awesome, promised!