You will get there by taking the world's first double decker gondola.
You will find a wide selection of blue marked pistes here so this area is especially popular with beginners.
The parents can meanwhile enjoy themselves on the 400 meter (437.4 yd) long red marked piste.
Three magic carpet lifts and a nice obstacle course make those practice sessions easy and entertaining.
If they need a break from skiing there is a heated play area called “Magic World”.
If you're up for a go on the sledge, there is a toboggan track at the forest cabin Motta Saltuorn.
The starting point is only accessible by foot and lies about an hour from the parking spot Votlas in Samnaun Village.
Sportive skiers can go from the Alp Tider Sattel top station to the Alp Trida. An alternative could be the slopes around the Idjoch or Greitspitze area in the Austrian part of the Silvretta Arena. Popular pistes are for example at the Gampenbahn chair lift (No.
38 and 39) or the scenically impressive run through the Velilltal (No. Another highlight is the eleven kilometer (6.8 mi) long descend into the center of Ischgl.
The Swiss mountain landscape cannot only be admired while skiing, but also during a nice winter hike.
Visitors can chose from 250 kilometers (155 mi) of groomed paths.
With 238 kilometers of piste (147.8 mi), right between the Alp Trida point and the Idalp area, it is an exciting and diverse ski area.