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Sölden's Silent Part

Where nature sets the pace

Even in the middle of the hiking season it is pleasantly quiet on the mountain slopes in the east of Sölden. Around pristine Windachtal and Brunnenkogl peak, nature lovers will find untouched Alpine landscapes with a surprisingly varied flora and fauna - often you walk for hours without meeting any other human soul. All the more heartfelt is the welcome in the quaint mountain huts and pasture inns, or in the high Alpine refuge huts amid rugged terrain. Among the absolute highlights for mountaineers ranks the multi-day hut hike from Sölden to Hochstubaihütte - a truly intensive mountain experience far away from the beaten paths.