From the simple terrain in the beginners' area Innerwald and the Giggijoch, over numerous blue and red pistes in the entire ski area to the more demanding slopes at the ski mountain Gaislachkogl - Sölden is known for its wide and perfectly groomed slopes.
Sölden is a World Cup resort and a world-renowned winter sports resort in the Alps.
The Gaislachkogl (3.058m) is very popular with freeriders who are looking for total skiing pleasure in the free ski areas away from the secured pistes .
With the BIG3, Sölden is the only ski resort in Austria to have three peaks of three thousand meters, which are accessible by modern cable car facilities. From the Schwarze Schneide on the Rettenbach glacier, the longest descent, with a length of around 15 km and a difference in altitude of 1,900 m, leads down to the valley.
| Currently closed|
|Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su||08:30 - 17:00|
|Anzahl Pisten:||145,5 Pistenkilometer|
|Anzahl Pisten Offen:||Yes|
|Loipen Skating Zustand:||keine Meldung|
|Ort Seehöhe:||1377 m|
Highlights: Ice Q
The gourmet restaurant Ice Q is located at 3,048 meters above sea level on the Gaislachkogel. Both from the sun terrace and from the inside, the Ice Q offers a magnificent view of the surrounding mountains.