Soelden ski resort sits on two glaciers in Tyrol, Austria. With a peak elevation of 3,340m, it offers skiers and snowboarders an incredible 1,990m vertical drop. It is the largest ski resort in the Oetztal valley. It is home to many Alpine Ski World Cups.
When it comes to skiing & riding, Soelden ski resort has its own gravitational pull. It offers a long season with reliable snowfall. Thus, consistently good snow is the reason skiers of all abilities make the pilgrimage. Offering great skiing seven months a year at two glacier ski resorts and at one winter ski resort, skiing here will take you to the next level. Well-known as one of Europe’s top ski and snowboard destinations, it has superb and wide-open runs to suit all tastes.
In total Soelden ski resort offers 146 km of trails. 48% (70.2 km) of the total terrain ideal for beginners, 31% (44.6 km) suitable for intermediate skiers and 21% (31.3 km) for the more advanced and expert level skiers and snowboarders. This is all easily accessible with 36 ski lifts.
Boarder's Park at Giggijoch, Race Course, Easy Cross or Moguls - The choice is all yours! Soelden ski resort's great ski area is directly connected to the glacier runs by ski lifts and gondolas. Skiing enthusiasts can ski from the village of Sölden up to the glaciers at the elevation of 3,250m. With a total length of 12.8km, the ski route from Schwarze Schneide at Rettenbach Glacier is the region's longest ski trail featuring 1,880m elevation change. The ski route across Rettenbachtal valley (6km) is famous skiing experts and sports fan!
Soelden ski resort has a number of non-ski alternatives on offer, including cross country skiing and paragliding. As well as sledging, bungee jumping, and ice skating. The village is no sleepy Alpine hamlet. A BMW ice driving course, a Hannibal light and music spectacle and a pleasure-dome of outdoor thermal saltwater pools are vying to tempt you away from the skiing.
In summers, Soelden ski resort has a lot to offer. Among the highlights, are some 300km of signpost hiking trails for all preferences and ability levels. What's more, the upper Ötztal Valley makes a truly unique heaven for passionate mountain bikers. Most tours are quite challenging as they lead up to the eternal ice beyond 2,850m altitude. Additionally, it is home to a myriad of events, ranging from international sports events to popular hiking weeks or music festivals.
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