Good reasons for your stay



Gaislachkogl, Tiefenbachkogl, Schwarze Schneide. These are the names of the three ski mountains surrounding Sölden that are over 3,000 metres high. Not to forget the two glaciers, Rettenbach and Tiefenbach, where you can ski as early as October. Modern lifts, 146 km of runs, perfectly groomed slopes and Wi-Fi hotspots in the ski area make Sölden a ski resort of superlatives.

If you prefer quiet winter activities, you will enjoy the peace and serenity of snow-shoeing, cross-country skiing and sledging in and near Sölden.

Party time! If you still need more after a full day of sports and action, you will love Sölden’s trendy bars and pubs. Speaking of action: Sölden hosts many top events, such as the Electric Mountain Festival at Giggijoch and the live performance of Hannibal at the Rettenbach glacier in April. Don’t miss out!

Skiing in Sölden

Skiing area Sölden

31 modern lifts
144 km of perfectly groomed slopes
33 ski huts
3 three-thousand-meter peaks in the ski area (Big 3)

Interactive map

Online skipass


Active in Winter

In Sölden there are numerous winter activities away from the slopes. Tobogganing with the family, winter hiking, cross-country skiing in the wonderful natural surroundings or how about a ski tour to the top of the surrounding three-thousand-meter peaks.

Winter activities in Sölden