Useful information
Haus Trisanna Galtür

Check in: 16:00. Check out: 9:00.
Please pay the remaining balance due on the evening before departure. Unfortunately, we are not able to accept credit or debit cards. 

We are a non-smoking home. If necessary, you may smoke on the balcony or in front of the house.

Ski boots and snowboard boots are not allowed in the rooms!  There is a boot dryer located in the cloak room. Street shoes must be removed here. Please wear slippers in the apartments, we are happy to lend you some if necessary!

The community of Galtür levies a guest tax for each registered guest, therefore only those guests who are actually registered may stay in the rooms.  It is possible that the town will make spot checks.  Please fill out the registration form right after your arrival.

We have made an effort to supply usual household items including baking parchment for the baking trays, dish detergent, dishwasher tabs, coffee filters, etc.

In Tirol, recycling is a law!  Please ask us if you need information.  Fines for incorrectly separated trash will be passed on to the guest.

Internet access is available in the entire house via WIFI.  You can find the password in the guest folder in the apartment.

Information about the region Paznaun/Ischgl

Lift passes:

In addition to the lift passes for the individual ski areas (Galtür, Ischgl, etc) there is also the "Silvretta ski pass" which allows skiing in the entire Paznaun valley as well as in Samnaun (the Swiss side of Ischgl)    There are a number of combination tickets and special deals for families, etc, consult directly with the lift company to find the best option..

Ski rental:

In Galtür, Sport Walter or Intersport Wolfart rent all necessary alpine and cross-couontry or touring ski equipment and snowboards.

Ski school:

The Ski und Snowboardschule Silvretta-Galtür offers courses for all ages and abilities in alpine and nordic ski technique, snow boarding and alternatives such as snowshoeing. Kids love skiing with SIGGI, collecting stamps toward a prize on thursdays, and the ski race with medals and trophy every friday.


Groceries are available in Galtür at the Mpreis. Bread can be purchased at the Bäckerei Kurz, however, you can also take advantage of our bread service and have the bread delivered at cost to your apartment door each morning.  We need to receive the order form from you by 6pm the evening before. In Ischgl there are larger supermarkets, Billa and Mpreis.  Drug store articles are available at the Bipa.


From snack bar to elegent multi-course dinner, Galtür has something for every taste in over 20 restaurants. Especially during the holidays or at the weekends, they can be full. If you let us know before leaving in the morning, we can make your dinner reservation for you


Ischgl ist known worldwide for its apres ski.  In Galtür you can celebrate on the slopes in the Weiberhimml or in Addis Abebar, or in various hotels and bars.  In any case:  after drinking, no driving!  The police know where all the best party spots are as well.  So better take the ski bus or a taxi back!

Taxi Lais:+43 5443 8500, Taxi Zangerl +43 5443 8200


We hope that you will remain healthy and accident-free while staying with us. If you should require medical advice or medicines then Dr. Lechner and colleaugues in Galtür, with a small pharmacy can provide or order what is necessary. There is a dentist in Ischgl. Check your insurance policy for coverage during travel in foreign countries, and if necessary purchase travel health insurance, to cover rescue, transportation, (helicopter), and treatment in case of a ski accident. (may be covered through credit card, mountaineering club, or automobile club memberships as well.)

Ski bus:

The Ski bus between Galtür und See is free and goes every 10 minutes in the busy times, every 20-30 min during lunch and before and after the rush.

Vacationing with children in Galtür

  • The ski school offers instruction from aprox. 3 years of age. There is a kindergarten for guests available to care for younger children while the parents ski.
  • Kids love the swimming pool. Do you need towels? Just ask!
  • Go sledding on the winter hiking trails, or go night sledding in Ischgl, Kappl or See.
  • Go ice skating
  • Book a sleighride
  • Take a break from sports: visit the museum of local history in the castle Landeck
  • It is easy to fall into the trap of spending as little as possible on children's equipment, as they will "just grow out of it again anyway". However: parka, ski pants, mittens or gloves made of water and wind resistant fabric (no knitted mittens, please!), a helmet while skiing, and otherwise a warm cap, sunglasses and goggles are simply basic necessities. In sunny weather a good sun block, and when it is cold and windy, perhaps a neck and face protector additionally. A wet, frozen, or sunburned kid can really spoil a vacation!

Bad weather:

You don't need to sit in the room just because the sun doesn't want to come out from behind the clouds!

  • Visit the Alpinarium. The building is integrated into an avalanche wall. The museum has exhibits about life in the mountains as well as special exhibits. There is also an indoor climbing wall, if desired you can organize a climbing course with a Galtür mountain guide. Have a bite to eat in the cafe afterwards.
  • The swimming pool is only a part of the sports center. There is a bowling alley, squash and tennis courts, and a restaurant to round out your bad weather activities.
  • Visit the pilgrimage church Maria Geburt.
  • Go into the woods: while on the slopes the wind is howling, there is often a wonderfull stillness in the woods. Directly behind our house you can take the cross country or winter hiking trail past the chapel in the woods to Mathon and back. In Mathon, visit the rustic "Wildererhütte" and warm up with a hot drink or a dinner of local speicialties, afterwards have a look at the animals in the small zoo.
  • Give it a try anyway: the best snow, and the least competitiion on the slopes, is when the visibility is the worst. Stay loose and enjoy the powder!

Our apartments
Haus Trisanna in Galtür

The apartments are equipped with hardwood floors and we make an effort to reduce potential allergens. Each bedroom has a double bed, en-suite shower/WC, satellite TV, and a separate entrance to each bedroom from the main corridor, allowing greater privacy for families with adult children or groups of 2 separate couples. The eat-in kitchens (located between the two bedrooms) provide a space to meet up, and are fully equipped with oven, dishwasher, microwave. WIFI is available throughout the house.

Apartment Sonnenkogel

Apartment Sonnenkogel

  • approx. 34 m²
  • sleeps 2-3
  • balcony
Apartment Larain

Apartment Larain

  • approx. 49 m²
  • sleeps 4-6
  • balcony
Apartment Vergiel

Apartment Vergiel

  • approx. 54 m²
  • sleeps 4-5
  • south facing balcony