Let it snow!
Your winter vacation in Sölden
Winter in Sölden is simply more: Snowy mountains and cozy huts will make your stay special. Almost endless slopes and a state-of-the-art mountain lift infrastructure are just two reasons why Sölden is one of the most renowned Alpine ski destinations. However, even off-piste Sölden offers many ways to spend your days: Be it winter hiking, tobogganing, cross country skiing or ice skating – with a constant view on the 3,000 meter high mountains covered in deep snow, winter dreams will definitely come true.
Don’t worry, ski happy!
Skiing holidays in Sölden
Be our guest! The ski resort Sölden has everything winter fans are looking for: 144 kilometers of blue, red and black slopes, 31 state-of-the-art lifts (including two of the world’s biggest high-capacity cableways), the Rettenbach and Tiefenbach glaciers, 3 accessible mountain tops above 3,000 meters and more than 30 restaurants reaching from traditional huts to fine dining locations. Every Wednesday evening, you can enjoy the legendary night skiing, which is rounded off by the spectacular Night Ski Show next to the Gaislachkogl middle station. The Gaislachkogl cableway station in the valley is within walking distance from Hotel Garni Urbanhof, which is the perfect home base for ambitious skiers, courageous beginners and pure family fun.
A winter vacation with a twist
Winter activities in Sölden
Sure, Sölden is a renowned ski resort, but even off-piste, winter fun is guaranteed here. How about a tobogganing race? The new Stiegele tobogganing run is 7.3 kilometers of pure fun and the starting point is within a short walking distance from the Gaislachkogl middle station. On Wednesdays, you can even toboggan down the mountain at night. Just rent your sledge at the local sports shops. If you also like to hike in winter, we recommend an atmospheric winter hike to one of the surrounding charming huts; and if cross country skiing is what you are looking for, choose between a range of slopes in Sölden or find your favorite slope in Zwieselstein or Gurgl. Ice skaters can cruise around at the ice skating rink in Sölden (daily open until late), which is also the place to be, if you enjoy curling. Either way, you will discover and enjoy your favorite winter activity here in Sölden.