Your skiing holiday in Sölden
Glistening snow, crystal-clear winter air, two imposing glaciers … are you already dreaming of standing on your skis at the top station of the ski lift? Good, then let’s get ready for the descent together. Pack your winter gear and off you go on your skiing holiday in Sölden!
Are you ready for some facts about why a winter holiday in Sölden is the best? The Sölden ski area stretches from 1,350 to 3,340 metres above sea level. With a bit of luck, you can hit the pistes from the end of September to the beginning of May as the two glaciers provide ideal conditions for your skiing holiday in Sölden.
When you go skiing in Sölden, you can look forward to a whopping 144 kilometres of pistes for all levels of ability. 31 lifts take you to the top of Sölden and offer you a spectacular panorama. And if you’re still looking for the ultimate thrill, you should pay a visit to the two fun slopes with waves and curves or to Area 47 Snowpark Sölden. There, you can have fun galore on boxes, rails, and jumps. And best of all: our 4-star hotel in Sölden is just around the corner!
Glacier skiing is a special highlight. The Rettenbach and Tiefenbach glacier skiing area is one of the largest developed glacier areas in Austria. While the Tiefenbach glacier awaits you with gentle and wide slopes, on the Rettenbach glacier you can experience exciting descents on challenging and steep pistes. The annual Ski World Cup race in various disciplines also takes place here.
Your skiing holiday in Sölden doesn’t just have to be on one board or two – how about a toboggan run, for example? The Sölden-Gaislachkogel toboggan run is easily accessible by gondola lift and at 7.3 kilometres, it’s one of the longest toboggan runs in Austria! Night tobogganing is especially recommended on Wednesdays when the track is illuminated. Hold on tight and shriek with joy on your toboggan ride!
That’s exactly what you’ll think when you stand high up on the viewing platform of one of the “Big 3”: Gaislachkogl (3,058 metres), Tiefenbachkogl (3,250 metres), or Schwarze Schneide (3,340 metres). All three 3000-metre peaks are easily accessible by lift. Afterwards, it’s best to hop on your skis and carve down the slopes. And best of all: at 15 kilometres, the downhill run from Schwarze Schneide is the longest of its kind in Austria! Your skiing holiday in Sölden will be an unforgettable experience.