Ischgl, Austria, March 2014

Once again we’re gearing up for 3 days of snow and bliss, ideal if you want to ski and party with a group of friends.

Ischgl is situated just south of the St Anton ski resort close to the border to Switzerland; so close to the border that the resort extends across it and into the valley of Samnaun, so you have the tough choice deciding between lunch in Austria or Switzerland.


The Skiing

With over 200km of slopes and 42 lifts Ischgl offers one of the largest variety of slopes for any level and style of skier, or boarder, to satisfy their passion. Check out the piste map (top right of this  page) and don't hesitate to contact the trip captain for more information.


Après Ski

Around 16:30 most people are going to be making their way down the mountain. At the end of the lift and the piste you can find the 'Kuhstall‘ for Great Après Skiing!!! If you want Oompa Oompa music this is it, more modern Music in 'Fire and Ice' opposite. After some beers / Glühwein we take the bus back to the hotel for sauna and dinner. If you want to head back into town after dinner you can take a taxi (not expensive).   



We will again be staying in the Hotel Mallaun in the small town of See just outside Ischgl ( Every morning, except Sunday, our bus takes us to the lift. For the even later risers / party-goers there is also the regular ski bus, covered by our ski passes.


Getting There

The bus will leave EUMETSAT at 15:45 and from ESOC at 16:00 on Thursday the 20th of March. We will arrive in Ischgl on Thursday night. On Sunday, we leave the slopes around 16:00 and drive back to Darmstadt.


Further Info

Trip price includes Bus transfer, 3-Day Ski Pass, 3 nights Bed, Breakfast and 2 Dinners.



Please contact Riccardo Di Corato for any more information.

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