The Best Ischgl Apres Ski Bars

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Ischgl is the party town of the Alps. Ischgl takes partying to another level with its rustic apres huts, loud apres ski bars, pubs, discos with live music and iconic clubs with cult followings.

Here are our favourite bars and clubs we know you will enjoy!

Looking for the best apres ski in the Alps? Take a look at our favourite apres resorts in Europe.

Trofana Alm

Traditional Austrian après ski can be discovered here. Swinging steins, local (or as we call it, oompah) music and of course Lederhosen waiters.

If you want the true taste of Austria, Trofana Alm is the place to drink!


Schatzi is easily located right at the exit of the main ski run.

With its sociable atmosphere the “Schatzi”, as it is known affectionately to insiders and Ischgl connoisseurs attracts young and old alike into the warm, cosy atmosphere of the skiing chalet after an exciting day on the pistes.

Between 4 pm and 7 pm original Tyrolean girls provide the right après ski vibe and show what a proper party in the Tyrolean Mountains should include.


Looking for a wild party? Head off to Niko’s Hexenküche!

The Hexenküche alongside the Silvretta cable car is the ultimate après-ski destination with a live DJ in Ischgl.
Come and celebrate with us, make some new friends and help transform the Hexenküche into a bubbling witch’s cauldron!

Fire and Ice

From 15:00 the party starts at Fire and Ice.

With the latest tunes and jabber bombs flowing, this is an ideal après bar for a big group who love to party after a hard day on the mountain.

Paznauner Thaya

This is one of the loveliest mountain lodges in Austria and one of Ischgl’s popular lodges to meet-up in, in the Silvretta Arena.
Here you can enjoy fresh roast chicken or pizza, mulled wine, a ‘Jagatee’ or beer on the sun terrace in the self-service restaurant, or in one of the three Snow Bars.

The owner said that “Here it’s all about getting to know new people, flirting, dancing, laughing… just having fun, relaxing and partying and experiencing the ultimate ‘Hüttengaudi’!”
Want a little more peace and quiet? Then head for the serviced restaurant. There is something for everyone.