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Sölden as well as Hochsölden, Zwieselstein and Vent attract hiking enthusiasts with well-marked and excellently maintained hiking trails. Between the valley floor and snow-topped peaks, mountain lovers can let off steam until the soles of their feet burn: Family-friendly Alpine inns and huts can be explored along the scenic Almzeit theme hiking trail, sporty ascents up to more than 3000 meters altitude or multi-day hikes are a must. Shortcuts are allowed thanks to the mountain lifts which open up high Alpine nature jewels and rest stops for both families and connoisseurs. With a comfy gondola ride also experienced hikers can spare energy for longer tours.
The following list shows the complete hiking offer in Sölden at a glance. Find out more about suitable tours incl. directions, walking time, getting there and up-to-date details.
Amberger Hütte Alpine refuge hut is located at the rear end of Sulztal Valley, almost amidst the mighty Stubai Alps.
The ascent on the asphalt road starts in Längenfeld (federal road to Gries) and takes you to the mountain village of Gries. The winding road – 500 meters of altitude gain - leads up to the small Alpine plateau. At approximately 2 km from Gries you continue on the gravel path. After crossing Vögelasbrücke bridge the trail turns off to Nisslalm mountain hut but you continue biking along the narrow valley leading towards Amberger Hütte. At about 1900 m above sea level you should try to resist stopping at lovely Sulztalalm. The rewarding path proceeds along the rushing waters of Fischbach brook! This secluded high Alpine valley and its barren landscape show you the way up to Amberger Hütte at 2136 m above sea level. Uninterrupted panoramic views of high Alpine summits amidst the Stubai Alps are included - for example Hinterer Daunkopf, Windacher Daunkogl or Schrankogl.
You return on the very challenging and speedy ascent route. At the height of Vögelasbrücke bridge you turn left into Nederweg trail where you return to Längenfeld along the left shore of Fischbach brook.