Holidays in Sölden

Sölden in Ötztal –  popular summer hiking and mountain biking destination in the summer, one of Austria’s top ski resorts in the winter.Sölden boasts 300 kilometers of signposted hiking trails. Awesome views of mountain lakes and snow-covered peaks are the reward for hiking at high altitudes. Several lifts are open to get you to the top of the mountain. The trails are dotted with 30 hSölden offers a great selection of lodgings, from luxurious hotels to cozy B&Bs and apartments for your hiking or skiing holiday in Tirol.uts and 16 refuges for overnight accommodation. Sölden offers challenging mountain bike trails leading from flower-filled pastures to the eternal glacier ice.

Skiing for All Levels 
Sölden's Ski Area includes two glaciers, Rettenbachferner and Tiefenbachferner, ranking among the Alps’ best-known ski destinations.

150 kilometers of slopes ensure first-class ski holidays for all skill levels. From glacier skiing to Sölden’s famous après-skiing: winter holidays are as diverse as they are marvelous! Sölden is also venue of the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup opening race. 
The Freizeit Arena offers indoor swimming pools with rock grotto and white water river, tennis courts, bowling and more indoor fun. 

Skiing for All Levels
Sölden's Ski Area includes two glaciers, Rettenbachferner and Tiefenbachferner, ranking among the Alps’ best-known ski destinations.

150 kilometers of slopes ensure first-class ski holidays for all skill levels. From glacier skiing to Sölden’s famous après-skiing: winter holidays are as diverse as they are marvelous! Sölden is also venue of the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup opening race.
The Freizeit Arena offers indoor swimming pools with rock grotto and white water river, tennis courts, bowling and more indoor fun.


More detailed information provided by the Tourist Board

Sölden. Hotspot of the Alps. Enjoy first-class skiing and snowboarding on 150 kilometers of impeccable slopes in one of Europe's most famous ski areas. Skiing from 3250 meters above sea level all the way down to the town at 1377 meters. Superb snow conditions until well into spring thanks to the two glaciers (Tiefenbachferner, Rettenbachferner) and state-of-the-art snow making facilities. Sölden's signature mountains, the BIG3, are all accessible via modern gondolas and offer awe-inspiring views.

From the Glacier to the Spa

Experience the Power of Opposites ...This is how holidays must be. Float warm thermal pools, let the soothingly warm water caress your body and soul and forget about everyday life for a while. The water at the Aqua Dome in Längenfeld has approx. 34 to 36 degrees. Close your eyes and dream of skiing. Open your eyes and see the snow-capped peaks of the majestic Oetztal Alps.
Sölden. Hotspot of the Alps. Tirol's highest mountain, the Wildspitze, is located in the Ötztal Alps.

There are 250 3,000 m mountains in the Ötztal Alps, 60 of which are more than 3,400 m high. Nowhere else in the Alps you will find so many 3,000 meter high peaks in such a small area. With 86 glaciers, Ötztal also has the Alps' highest concentration of glaciers.

Sports & Fun

Hikng Trails & Glacier Marathon ...

Sports and activities for all levels and ambitions: hiking, walking, mountain biking (Ötztal trail), cycling, paragliding, rafting, canyoneering. Professional training camps and made to measure programs for international sports teams and sports pros alike.
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170 Hotels/Lodgings in Sölden and surroundings

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Arrival & Address

- From the west: from Vorarlberg to Tirol via Arlberg pass or Arlberg tunnel on S 16, Ötztal exit, follow B 186 to Sölden (35 km)
- From the north: Achen pass - Jenbach - Innsbruck - Ötztal exit
No "Vignette" toll sticker required!!! (Fern pass)
Pfronten - Reutte - Fern pass Imst - (A 12 autobahn), Ötztal exit
Garmisch Partenkirchen - Ehrwald - Lermoos - Fern pass
Garmisch Partenkirchen - Mittenwald - Scharnitz - Seefeld
- From north-east: Kiefersfelden - Kufstein A 12 autobahn, Ötztal exit - Bad Reichenhall - Lofer/Pass Strub - Zirl - A 12 autobahn - St. Johann i. T. - Wörgl Kufstein (A 12 autobahn), Ötztal exit
- South: coming from Meran in South Tirol, continue via Timmelsjoch pass to Sölden into the Ötztal Valley (B 186). High alpine road on 2,500 m a.s.l. The border crossing is open June - late Oct only. Toss tax road.
Plan Route Now
By train to Innsbruck or to Ötztal. Bus service from the Innsbruck train station to Sölden four times a day (08:25 am - on schooldays, 12:40 pm on SAT/SUN/public holidays; 3:35 pm daily; 4:55 pm from MON-FRI)
Ötztal train station - Sölden (busses running in hourly intervals)
Airports: Zurich, Munich, Salzburg or Innsbruck.
By train to Innsbruck or Ötztal.
By bus to Ötztal valley.
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Ötztal Tourismus
Gemeindestraße 4
6450 Sölden/Hochsölden, Austria
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