Holiday in Sölden


Active holiday in Sölden

Sölden, the largest municipality in Austria in terms of area, lies in the southern part of the Ötztal. Thanks to its altitude of 1,350 to 3,340 meters and two glaciers, the well-known ski resorts of Sölden is among the snowiest in Austria. You can indulge in winter sports here from October to May. Perfectly groomed ski slopes for all skill levels await you, as well as amazing off-piste terrain for free riders. The summer in Sölden is at least as beautiful and exciting. Because of the wide network of hiking trails which leads up into and through the mountains. Getting down is sometimes more action packed and adrenaline-filled, with lots of routes and trails down the mountain.

Variety of activities

Holidays in Sölden offer an amazing variety of activities for the whole family in either winter or summer, it has everything for your perfect holiday in Tyrol. Other action-packed activities include a visit to the James Bond adventure world 007 Elements, at the top of the Gaislachkogl mountain.

Sölden in winter

Are you looking for guaranteed snow and an action-packed winter vacation? Then Sölden, has it all. Two glaciers and with a height from 1,350 to 3,340 meters snow is guaranteed and allow winter sports from October to May. Perfectly groomed slopes for all skill levels, and exciting off-piste terrain for free riders and highlights such as the James Bond adventure world 007 ELEMENTS are just some of the things to do for your winter ski holiday in Sölden.

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Sölden in summer

Your summer holiday in Sölden promises to be an unforgettable experience. Whether you come with family or with your friends you have so many activities on your doorstep. For biking enthusiasts, you have numerous trails, from high altitude trails to a relaxing e-bike trips on the valley floor. For hikers, a comprehensive network of trails at all levels are available. You can stop in one of the numerous huts and restaurants in the mountains. Many other day trips are available throughout the area.

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