Galtür is the beginners paradise with its own gentle nursery slopes to learn on, and with more practice comes greater slopes! Under the supervision of local instructors, you will begin on the Wirl beginner lift and progress to the Soppalift eventually working your way up the mountain to enjoy those longer blue runs whilst enjoying the fabulous views from the top!
The Silvretta Ski Arena with six interconnecting valleys and over 50 blue and red runs is ideal for intermediates. There are plenty of mid-range off-piste opportunities that are especially good for those just progressing in to this type of skiing, as well as some steeps for those already adept at it.
Many advanced skiers will not wish to miss the opportunity to make full use of their Silvretta area pass opening up 310km (nearly 200 miles) of terrain at several separate areas and linked by a ski bus.
Eating & Drinking
There's now around 50 places to eat in Galtür, ranging from simple Alpine lodges serving traditional Tyrolean fare, to sophisticated hotel restaurants.
Galtür is the smaller and quieter sister to Ischgl, so if you want raucous nightlife, go to Ischgl. But for those looking for rustic cosiness and even urban casualness, Galtür is more than able to meet your needs.