Sölden in Tyrol offers magnificent snow conditions throughout the whole winter season. The village is a "World Cup" host and due to its variety of slopes and aprés ski, Sölden is a highly loved resort among both young skiers/snowboarders and families.

Sölden is well known for its “BIG 3”: the Gaislachkogl (3,058 m), Tiefenbachkogl (3,309m) and the Scharze Schneid (3,340m). The Big 3 are connected by modern lifts and create a unique higher-altitude ski area, which results in guaranteed snow. Combine that with 150 kilometers of slopes and the location of the village at 1350 meter and you have a skiresort where you can enjoy good snow conditions during the entire season. Because of the wide-ranging mix of blue, red and black slopes, Sölden is the ideal ski area for families.

Explore the glaciers with experienced ski instructors

The fact that Sölden is such a diverse ski area, makes it the perfect surrounding to practice and fine-tune your skills. You can improve your technique on the blue slopes, or take up a real challenge on the black slopes. Skimundi and Skischule Ski- & Race Ötztal makes it possible to book the best ski instructors in just one click. They will help you to conquer the slopes in Sölden, step by step, all in a fun and secure way!

Top-level après-ski

Sölden is sometimes called “the Ibiza of the Alps”. A title it has to share with Ischgl and that says something! De après-ski in Sölden is lively and offers something for every taste. The “high”light is the Ice Q, a bar situated at 3,048 meters with a breathtaking view over the Austrian Alps.

Destination facts

70 km
Blue Slopes
45 km
Red Slopes
29 km
Black Slopes
Total Slopes 144 km
3250m
Top Altitude
1350m
Bottom Altitude
9
Drag lifts
16
Chair Lifts
7
Gondolas
16 Dec
Season Start
21 Apr
Season Finish