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
Top Altitude
Bottom Altitude
Drag lifts
Chair Lifts
16 Dec
Season Start
21 Apr
Season Finish