Sölden

Sölden stands for the full variety of winter: as Alpine Ski World Cup venue and one of Europe's most popular ski resorts, Sölden promises loads of activities and sporty fun not only in winter. Majestic mountain peaks, crisp and clean air, boredom is literally unknown: Sölden in Tirol's Ötztal valley makes a great holiday destination in summer and winter alike.

Sölden Summer Holidays

The huge hiking area covers a 300 km network of perfectly signposted walking trails, stretching from 1377 beyond 3000 meters above sea level. A true heaven for leisurely walkers, families and children as well as for ambitious peak conquerors.

Certified local mountain instructors offer guided hiking tours to the valley's most scenic spots, providing also interesting details about the local fauna and flora, and special Ötztal Nature Park highlights. It is free of charge for guests staying at one of the Ötztal Premium Card partner lodgings.

Varied fitness programs and activity units are scheduled in summery Sölden: rock climbing, free-climbing, white water rafting, mountain biking, canyoning, nordic walking and many more attractions. Followed by superb relaxation in Sölden's best hotels.

Sölden Glacier Skiing

Sölden and its two glacier ski mountains with 10 ski lifts, covering a total surface of 39 km², rank among the biggest glacier-covered areas in all of Austria. Skiers and snowboarders can hit the slopes already in early autumn. Many Sölden hotels offer made to measure package deals and early bird offers. Don't miss our unbeatable Ötztal Offers for great days in early winter.

Event Tip: The yearly held Alpine Ski World Cup Opening is scheduled on Sölden's Rettenbach Glacier in late October. The female and male Alpine skiing elite takes part in the season's very first race events taking place in Sölden.

Sölden Winter Holidays

An infinite number of immaculate ski slopes for all ability levels and 151 km of excellently groomed ski trails promise truly superb winter sport pleasures. Lift lines and over-crowded access areas are a thing of the past, also thanks to state-of-the-art mountain lifts with an hourly capacity of up to 68000 people. Sölden and Ötztal have another unique highlight - three peaks higher than 3000 meters, which are easily accessible by top modern mountain lifts:

Gaislachkogl 3058 m 
Tiefenbachkogl 3249 m 
Schwarze Schneide 3340 m

Explore marvelous Sölden in both summer and winter - You'll find everything but boredom here.