The key to the perfect shoe

There is hardly any sport as multifaceted as running. Whether it's on gravel, in the woods, on the road or in the snow – where there’s a will, there’s a way. At our Bründl Sports shops in Ischgl, we have a wide variety of things on offer to help you get from A to B as comfortably and quickly as possible. For one, we have some ambitious runners in our own team who know the routes around Ischgl very well. Not only that, but we at Bründl rely on a mix of know-how, top-quality products and state-of-the-art technology.

A detailed look on the tread of running shoes while someone is running on a treadmill

Running tracks in Paznaun

Eleven designated running tracks take you through the Paznaun valley. There is a total of 200 kilometres for you and your running shoes to explore. The varied routes lead you over panoramic paths, mountain slopes on alpine pastures and to a reservoir.

From short, intensive sprints and endurance runs to casual runs with just a few meters of elevation gain – there is something for everyone in Paznaun.

A women runs through a shadowy avenue

Silvretta runs

The routes in the Silvretta mountain range are particularly popular among ambitious athletes. The combination of alpine terrain and huge elevation gain really pushes visitors to the limit. Mountain runners train here for competitions such as the Silvrettarun 3000, one of the most extreme events on the racing calendar.

But you also have the perfect opportunity to explore the areas surrounding Ischgl (as well as the village itself) on your own. With little to no traffic, ideal running conditions and a huge "playground" to explore, the mountains are a small paradise for runners.

a runner is looking at the sunset in the mountains

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What else can you experience in Ischgl?

Ischgl, located in the border region between the Tyrolean Paznaun and Samnaun in Switzerland, has established itself in recent years as a sporting stronghold. Not least thanks to the Silvretta Arena, which invites visitors to get involved in sports all year round: for hiking, climbing or cycling through the grounds in the summer; and fun on the slopes in the winter before hitting the umbrella bar.