Winter activities

Winter holiday in Sölden in Ötztal

Are you planning a skiing holiday in Tyrol? Then Sölden, in the centre of the Ötztal, should definitely be part of your winter travel plans! Sölden offers everything a skier's and snowboarder's heart desires. This renowned winter sports resort, which is known far beyond Tyrol, bears the slogan "Heartbeat of the Alps" for good reason.



Skiing in Sölden

Get warm, not just because of the icy temperatures that prevail at over 3,000 metres in winter. But also because the glacier has so much to offer in winter. There is, for example, Sölden's - indeed Austria's - longest piste, which stretches over 15 kilometres and descends almost 2,000 metres in altitude. Or the breathtaking viewing platforms of the BIG3. With the Glacier Express, you can easily switch between the winter and glacier ski areas.

Snowboarding - deep snow skiing

Snowboarders can look forward to a wealth of exciting experiences in the Sölden ski area. On the Gaislachkogl and Giggijoch, numerous off-piste adventures await lovers of deep snow. In the Area 47 Snowpark, a true paradise for freestylers, you will find a variety of jumps and rails that will get the adrenalin pumping and make the heart of every freestyle enthusiast beat faster! Airtime, powder, rails and kickers - all this awaits snowboarders in Sölden's ski are

Ski tours in the Ötztal

Ski tours bring you up close to the snow-covered slopes, rocky flanks and gleaming peaks - in short, to the soul of the Ötztal. The rear Ötztal attracts alpinists with ski tours of all levels of difficulty, including the challenging "Haute Routes" of the Eastern Alps. In spring in particular, these tours offer a peaceful and authentic experience of nature away from the groomed pistes.

Cross-country skiing in Ötztal

The cross-country trails in Sölden inspire both skaters and classic cross-country skiers with their varied routes through the wintry splendour of the rear Ötztal. In addition to the natural enjoyment, the steady physical activity at this optimal altitude provides an extra boost of oxygen that strengthens the muscles.

Ice skating and ice hockey

From beginners to pros: families have the opportunity to improve their ice skating skills together on the well-maintained artificial ice rink in Sölden. This icy place is located near the sports field and is only 5 minutes away from the valley station of the Gaislachkogl cable car. As well as traditional ice skaters, it also attracts ice hockey players and curling enthusiasts.