Sölden stands for the full force of winter!
Sölden’s great winter ski area is directly connected to the glacier slopes by a number of ski lifts and gondolas called Golden Gate to the Glacier.
Sölden Ski Area:
Alpine Ski World Cup venue and one of Europe’s most renowned Ski & Snowboard Resorts. The infinite number of slopes and ski trails for all levels and abilities coupled with the perfect grooming of not less than 144 km of slopes make Sölden a truly unique winter sports center. 33 state-of-the-art ski lifts and gondolas with a total capacity of 68,000 persons/hour guarantee ultimate skiing fun without queuing.
Sölden’s great winter ski area is directly connected to the glacier slopes by a number of ski lifts and gondolas called Golden Gate to the Glacier. Skiing enthusiasts can ski uninterrupetedly from the village of Sölden up to the glaciers at the elevation of 3,250 m – With a total length of 15.0 km the ski route from Schwarze Schneide at Rettenbach Glacier is the region’s longest ski trail featuring nearly 2,000 m elevation change.
strong>SKI RESORT FACTS:
Ski area between 1,350 – 3,340 m
33 state-of-the-art mountain railways featuring a total capacity of 68,000 persons per hour, guarantee ultimate skiing fun without queuing.
144 km of slopes, including 67 km of blue ski runs, 48 km of red trails, 27 km of black pistes and 2 km of ski routes are available.
Snow is absolutely guaranteed from October trough May:
• the ski area’s high-Alpine location (1,350 – 3,250 m)
• 2 glacier ski areas at Rettenbach & Tiefenbach
• snow making systems covering appr. 67% of all slopes
More than 30 huts and mountain restaurants within the ski area
Connection between the ski area and the glacier slopes by gondola: “Golden Gate to the Glacier”
Longest ski trail (15 km) featuring 1,880 m elevation change
144 km of SLOPES:
A varied choice of ski slopes on 432 ha for all preferences:
67 km blue ski trails (easy)
48 km red ski trails (intermediate)
27 km black ski trails (difficult)
2 km ski routes
144 km in total*
Easy beginners’ slopes in Innerwald and at Giggijoch, varied blue and red ski pistes spread all over the ski area, truly challenging ski routes at the Gaislachkogl ski mountain. Sölden is also famous for its wide open and perfectly groomed ski runs where 25 snow-grooming machines are in operation every day. Free riders get together on Gaislachkogl peak (3058m) where they find superb powder slopes off the beaten tracks.
SNOW IS GUARANTEED from October through May thanks to the High Alpine location of the slopes (1,350 – 3,340 m), 2 glacier ski areas at Rettenbach & Tiefenbach and Artificial snow-making systems covering more than 67 % of the slopes.