Sölden in the summer
Summer in Sölden is just as varied as winter, and is not just for the sporty among you
– those of you who are not as fit as you'd like to be, but nonetheless what to enjoy
the Alpine panorama at 3000m altitude, can use the Gaislachkogelbahn in Sölden
during the summer.
Whether you are a mountain biker or hiker, all people who enjoy sport on the
mountains meet on the Gaislachalm, along with hobby photographers and those who
are looking for relaxation.
Many hiking and mountain bike routes run through Ötztal and you can investigate these while on holiday in Sölden. From the mightiest summits, to the loveliest mountain lakes right the way through to fairytale forests, in Sölden you are sure to find your own paradise.
Leisure facilities in Sölden
Hiking, mountain biking, climbing and much more!
Timmelsjoch 2.509 m
The trip trough the 2,509 m high Timmelsjoch tunnel trough the Ötztaler glaciers into the South Tyrolean wine region trough the Passeier valley to Meran is and reamins an unforgettable experience. The "Secret Gap" in the Alps or the direct route south brings laybys and panorama points on the way
Gaislachkoglbahn 3.058 m
The Gaislachkogl lift is the largest double cable lift in the world. Comprised of two sections of 1,370 m to 3,041 m. There is a wonderful panorama restaurant and sun terrace up at the mountain station. (3,041 m) with a breathtaking all-round view of the mountains and glaciers in the Ötztaler and Stubaier Alps, right down to the South Tyrolean Dolomites and Ortler area.
ÖTZTALER GLACIER ROAD 1.377 - 2.800 m
Toll: This in only exacted from non-skiers! All skiers with a valid ski ticket may use the road for free!
MINERAL VIEWING (Berghof Silbertal)
T +43 (0) 5254 2987
F +43 (0) 5254 3144
MOUNTAINEER'S VILLAGE VENT 1.900 m
Dominated by Tyrol's highest mountain, the Wildspitze, 3,774 m. The Rofenhöfe, the highest settlements in the Eastern Alps with its 46 m long suspension bridge over the 31 m deep Rofner gully, the famous warm-blood stud farm or the place where "Ötzi" was originally discovered Tiesenjoch, 3,200 m.