Ischgl wouldn't live up to its expectations and standards if it was not to launch a new attraction every now and then. Its newest addition is the zipline Ischgl Skyfly. This two-kilometre long Flying Fox, which is installed 50m above ground level, gets you down into the valley in no time. If you are into thrills, Skyfly definitely is your go-to, as it reaches speeds of up to 85 km/hour.
In case you come to the ski resort with a friend or your one and only, you should definitely do a race together, as you can speed down one on one. What's more is you can simply carry your ski gear on your back. It couldn't be any easier.
Special Safety Regulations
Kids under 8 years, who are less than 1.20m tall and weigh under 30kg as well as adults who weigh more than 125kg are not allowed to experience the Skyfly attraction. People under 10 years need to be accompanied by an adult, people under 14 years are not allowed to hop on without the consent of a parent or legal guardian.
- Skyfly Ischgl is among the 15 best rated Tourist Attractions in Austria.
How to get there
Via car, take the Inntalautobahn (A12) and the S16 (Arlberg Highway). Take the exit Pians and continue on the Silvretta main road (Bundesstraße B188). In about 20 kilometers (12.4mi) you should reach Ischgl. In case you get there by train, take the train to the station Landeck-Zams. From there you can hop on the bus 4240 to Ischgl. The bus ride should take you about an hour.