Silvretta Montafon Ski Resort

Silvretta Montafon incorporates 140km of slopes spread between two Austrian valleys, all linked by an increasingly modern and powerful lift system.

Most of the skiing can be found in the Hochjoch and Valisera areas, where there’s a great range of intermediate cruising above the tree line. With some of the most scenic terrain in Austria, as well as some of the most extreme, this is a great area for freeriding and touring. Accommodation is mostly found in the three valley towns of Gaschurn, St Gallenkirch and Schruns, all of which are well linked to the ski area by modern gondolas.

Our Silvretta Montafon Resort Ratings

  • Beginner ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
  • Intermediate ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
  • Advanced ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
  • Snow Reliability ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
  • Fast Lifts ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
  • Resort Activities ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
  • Après ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
  • Value ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

Varied, snowsure ski area

Good lift system

Fantastic touring and freeriding opportunities


Downloading required from most sectors

Few tree-lined slopes

Limited number of long runs

Silvretta Montafon Skiing and Snowboarding

Most of the slopes are open blues and reds, located above the treeline, and these definitely suit intermediates best. Beginner facilities are not ideal, with the main zones located up the mountain at Kapelalpe and Valisera. For more advanced skiers and snowboarders there are some decent blacks by the Nova chair and beneath the Sennigrat chair.

The main attraction for more experienced snowsports enthusiasts is the lift served off piste, 27km of which is in the form of marked, but unpisted ski routes. Head to the top of the Burg draglift for R55 or to the Rinderhütte chair for R44. This is also one of the best resorts in Austria for ski touring and the lift system provides excellent access to numerous freeride routes.

  • Total Pistes: 113km
  • Blue: 53%
  • Red: 40%
  • Black: 7%
  • Additional Ski Routes: 27km
  • Lifts: 35
  • Altitude: 700m – 2430m

Silvretta Montafon Piste Map

The piste map can be downloaded here.

Silvretta Montafon Resort

There are three main towns to base yourself in – Shruns, St Gallenkirch and Gaschurn. Perhaps the most convenient base is St Gallenkirch as it sits in between the two main Hochjoch and Valisera ski areas, but Shruns and Gaschurn have a better choice of bars, restaurants and accommodation.

Season Dates

29th November 2019 - 13th April 2020

How to get to Silvretta Montafon

Friedrichshafen airport is by far the closest to the resort and the drive can take just over an hour on a good run. Zürich and Innsbruck are both around two hours away by car. Additionally, of all the Austrian resorts, this is one of the closest to Calais by car.

  • Friedrichshafen airport: 1 hour (driving)
  • Zürich airport: 2 hours (driving)
  • Innsbruck airport: 2 hours (driving)
  • Calais: approximately 11 hours driving (580 miles)

Silvretta Montafon Contact Details

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