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SKI GROUP – Sölden and Salzburg, Austria 2023

TRAVEL DATES: JAN 27 – FEB 7, 2023


  • 7 nights in Sölden and 3 nights in Salzburg :
    Double occupancy $3,450
    Single supplement +$1,100


  • Sölden Otztal
    5 out of 7-day adult ski pass approx. $305
  • Group Discounted Ski Equipment Rental
  • Optional Evening w/Dinner at Aqua Dome Thermal Resort (near Solden) – Fantastic!
  • Optional Trip Insurance (with Cancel-For-Any-Reason rider)


  • Round Trip Miami – Salzburg (call for other departure cities)
  • Private Transfers from the airport to/from hotels
  • Welcome presentation 
  • 7 nights lodging in Hotel Backelar Wirt 3-STAR Superior (including $28 city tax), directly next to the new Gaislachkoglbahn gondola
  • Terry Robes in room
  • Wellness Lounge with Bio-sauna, Finnish Sauna, Steam bath Infrared cabins, Experience/Rain/Bucket Showers
  • 7 Daily buffet breakfasts and 4-course gourmet dinners
  • 3 nights lodging w/ breakfast, Salzburg 4-star hotel (city center)
  • Panorama City Tour of Salzburg included
  • All Taxes 

Lee Grossman, a world traveler put together this amazing package for your next vacation in Europe!

Call 954-564-6722 Ext 3212

Solden, Otztal Valley, Austria

The Sölden ski area ranks among the most renowned ski areas in the Alps. And with good reason thanks to its high Alpine altitude between 1350 and 3340 meters above sea level, two glacier Ski Mountains and top modern snow-making systems, there is reliable snow from October through May. Sölden is the largest ski resort in the Oetztal valley with an extensive network of slopes (145km) with an equally impressive lift system; more than 30 mountain huts in which to quench the thirst; and a lively après-ski scene in town.
Sölden’s peaks are so spectacular that the location was used to film portions of the James Bond movie Spectre. Enjoy breathtaking views from the summit, and the ski route from Schwarze Schneide at the Rettenbach Glacier down to Sölden is the region’s longest ski trail at 15km with nearly 2,000m change in altitude. There is a second glacier and dramatic viewing platforms from the top of the Mountain.
The town of Sölden’s main street is filled with buzzing bars, clubs, shops and restaurants. Five other ski resorts reside in the Oetztal Valley, including Obergurgl-Hochgurgl, Hochoetz-Kuehtai, Vent, Niederthai and Gries.

The 3* superior hotel Bäckelar Wirt

The 3* superior hotel Bäckelar Wirt in Sölden is THE playground for sports enthusiasts. Close to the mountains, bustling, with a sense for the contemporary. Enjoy the perfect fusion of a laid-back atmosphere and high standards – be it in the rooms and suites, in the wellness area, at the breakfast buffet or during a delicious multi-course dinner. Directly located at the Bikepark at the end of the trails and only about 100 meters from the Gaislachkogl cableway station, Bäckelar Wirt is a must for those who want to fly high. Hosts and guests live an active lifestyle, which can be sensed all over the place. Even in the rooms, where soft tones, cubic forms, no-frill design and wooden elements merge. Panoramic views included.

Salzburg, Austria

Salzburg is the fourth-largest city in Austria. The town is on the site of the Roman settlement of Iuvavum. Salzburg was founded in 696 and became a seat of the archbishop in 798. Its main sources of income were salt extraction, trade and gold-mining. The fortress of Hohensalzburg, one of the largest medieval fortresses in Europe, dates from the 11th century. In the 17th century, Salzburg became a center of the Counter-Reformation, with monasteries and numerous Baroque churches built.
Salzburg’s historic center is renowned for its Baroque architecture and is one of the best-preserved city-centers north of the Alps. The historic center was enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. The city has three universities and a large population of students. Tourists also visit Salzburg to tour the historic center and the scenic Alpine surroundings. Salzburg is also the birthplace of the 18th-century composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who is considered one of the greatest composers of all time.