Skiing & ski rental in Samnaun

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Samnaun: To Ischgl and back – on skis, please!

Snow fun for everyone at the biggest winter sports arena in the Eastern Alps

Samnaun, in the Swiss Engadine, has a famous winter sports partner at its side: the Austrian ski region of Ischgl. Together, the two resorts form the cross-border Silvretta Ski Arena, the biggest winter sports arena in the Eastern Alps. And it’s certainly well worth a visit!

Thanks to snow-sure altitudes between 1,700 and 2,900 metres, you'll have plenty of time to conquer the 239 kilometres of ski runs at Samnaun ski resort. The ski season starts at the end of November and lasts until the beginning of May, if conditions are favourable.

By the way: In Samnaun, there are lots of things to do other than skiing or snowboarding. Whether you opt for winter hiking, sledging, tobogganing or cross-country skiing: You can get the right winter sports equipment at INTERSPORT Rent.

Ski rental in Samnaun

INTERSPORT Rent shops in Samnaun

You can rely on the precision and punctuality of the Swiss – just as much as you can trust in the high-quality gear and winter sports expertise that await at INTERSPORT Rent. You can look forward to: first-rate equipment from leading manufacturers. An attractive value-for-money ratio. And of course, helpful advice from the RENTertainers, our winter sports experts on site.

INTERSPORT Rent offers all this and more as your partner of choice in Samnaun and in many other ski resorts in Europe. We recommend: INTERSPORT Rent’s convenient online reservation in just three easy steps. Simply order your skis or snowboard from home, pick up your gear on site – and the slopes of Samnaun and Ischgl are yours!

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INTERSPORT Hangl's Sport

INTERSPORT Hangl's Sport Samnaun
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7563 Samnaun
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Skiing in Samnaun

More about the ski resort

Five-star ski resort, top ten ski resort in the world, best ski resort in the Alps … These and other distinctions speak for themselves. The Samnaun/Ischgl ski area is a first-class ski region. It boasts a fantastic infrastructure and a wide range of facilities and offers. Unique bonus: Thanks to the balanced mix of north-, east-, south- and west-facing slopes, the sun is your constant companion in Samnaun/Ischgl.

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What’s waiting for you in Samnaun?

  • 239 kilometres of ski runs in Samnaun (Switzerland) and Ischgl (Austria)
  • 45 state-of-the-art lift and cable car facilities
  • 95 % of the ski runs are equipped with snowmaking machines
  • a terrain park on Idalp
  • diverse family offers, including a Kinderland and ski school
  • many black slopes with a gradient of up to 70 %
  • 14 kilometres of freeride routes
  • highlight: the "Smuggler's Circuit" ski safari through the ski area
  • duty-free shopping in the village of Samnaun

Samnaun in your pocket: Do you want to know which ski runs and lifts are currently open? Would you like to stay up to date on relevant information for skiers and snowboarders? With the free mySamnaun app, you’ve got the ski resort in your pocket.

Skiing in Samnaun is right for you if ...

… you want to make the most of one of the longest winter seasons in the Alps.

… you want to conquer the legendary slopes of Samnaun and Ischgl.

… guaranteed snow is at the top of your ski holiday wishlist.

… you love steep black runs and stunning freeride slopes.

… you're planning a winter holiday in Switzerland with the whole family.

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A look into the ski resort

INTERSPORT Rent tip

Our RENTertainers recommend

Are black slopes your preferred winter sports terrain? Then Samnaun is perfect for you! Go ahead and pick your favourite(s) from eleven black ski runs. A total of 27 kilometres take you downhill at breakneck speeds – and get your adrenaline pumping equally as fast.

We recommend run number 14a. Starting at Greitspitz, you can ski down the north slope along the Lange Wand with a gradient of up to 70 percent, all the way to Höllboden. That’s 600 metres of pure thrill in wonderfully grippy snow. Want to go again? With the Lange-Wand-Bahn C5, you can start your next descent from the summit in around six minutes.