Several stations with slacklines and climbing walls were realised on the shores of the Pardatsch and Schwarzwasser Lakes in Ischgl.
One of the numerous highlights in Ischgl is the Adventure Stage, which offers action and creativity for the young and the old in summer. The adventure begins at the intermediate station of the Silvretta Cable Car at 1,683 m a.s.l.: The hike leads through the Fimba Valley, past the idyllic Pardatsch Chapel and a fountain with fresh spring water. Alternatively, the Adventure Stage Ischgl can also be connected to the Idalp adventure hiking trail with its spectacular suspension bridges 70 m above the abyss. Various adventure zones lead to the Pardatsch and Schwarzwasser Lakes, both located at more than 1,800 m a.s.l. in the midst of the mountains of the Paznaun Valley.
On the shores of these lakes, constructions made of wood, stone and ropes await visitors of all ages. They form the Forest & Lake Shore Course (Wald- & Seeufer-Parcours) with its stations called "Air Steps", "Wood Lines", "Float over Water" and "Lakeside Adventure". Among them are a boulder wall, two interesting climbing towers, the reed sailor and a slackline course.
There are also two barbecue places at Lake Pardatsch, making the mountain lakes a popular summer destination. A jump into the cool water completes the experience!
Adventure Stage Ischgl freely accessible
ascent (intermediate station) and descent by Silvretta Cable Car:
€ 9.90 adults
€ 9.10 seniors 62+
€ 5.00 seniors 81+, people with disabilities (more than 70%)
€ 5.00 children and young people (8-16 years)
free for children up to 7 years