The Paznaun Valley is a haven of natural beauty in both summer and winter. The valley's four villages – Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl and See – offer a huge range of outdoor activities throughout the year. During the warm summer months visitors flock to the swimming lakes and high mountains as well as exploring the lush meadows and thick forests further down in the valley. In winter the region is covered in a thick layer of snow, transforming the Paznaun Valley into a winter wonderland for skiing, ice skating, tobogganing and much more besides.
At the Hotel Mallaun in the village of See, we offer our guests exciting and relaxing holidays in the heart of the Austrian Alps. Our activity programme changes with the seasons and is packed full of the best things to see, do and explore here.
Holidaymakers visiting the Paznaun Valley will be spoilt for choice when it comes to sports and outdoor activities. How about a mountain bike ride through the stunning landscape? Or a bit of canyoning, kayaking or high-rope balancing? Fans of water sports will enjoy the nearby lake and water park, while those keen to head for the heights can take one of the local cable cars into the high Alps. The Paznaun Valley is also home to numerous walking trails. Holders of the Silvretta Card all inclusive get access to many great deals and discounts in the region. Check out our programme of summer activities and prepare for a holiday full of action and adventure!
The 4* Hotel Mallaun with its perfect location is the ideal basecamp for action-packed winter holidays. Situated next to the ski slopes and just a stone's throw from the centre of the village, it offers easy access to not only the ski resort but also to local shops, cafés, bars, equipment hire centres, etc. As well as skiing and snowboarding there are plenty of alternative winter activities on offer such as snowshoeing, ski touring and tobogganing. Last but certainly not least, the state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure in See make for a relaxing and comfortable stay. In the morning you can hop straight onto the lift, while in the afternoon there is plenty of time to stop off for a little après-ski before strolling back to your accommodation.