Geocaching in Sölden

Let’s start the wild treasure hunt

Geocaching, a treasure hunt by using a GPS device, captivates young and old adventurers world-wide. Thanks to its varied landscape, Sölden and Ötztal are just perfect for such treasure hunting tours. And indeed - with or without digital help - those interested can give prove of their investigative skill. The respective treasure hunting map is available from the Ötztal Tourismus information offices. And in the end your personal little treasure is waiting for you!

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Sölden Treasure Hunt - Panoramarunde route

How to go on a Treasure Hunt?

Following the marked route you will discover small caches (treasure boxes). Each cache contains a sheet with one of the six secret codes and colors. Write these codes and colors into your treasure map. Everyone who has found all caches, knowing all secret codes and colors, can open the locks of our treasure chest waiting for you at the Information Sölden. Geocachers can also log their finds on

The route is about 3.5 km long, walking time 2.5 hours.



  • Cache 1: N46 57.508 E11 00.231 GPS-Data
    Secret tip: The cut tree trunk protects the cache from wet weather.
  • Cache 2: N46 57.603 E11 00.017 GPS-Data
    Secret tip: On the left there is a tree that loves the barbed wire to bits.
  • Cache 3: N46 57.807 E10 59.903 GPS-Data
    Secret tip: The little one is hidden at the very top of the stony mountain.
  • Cache 4: N46 57.952 E10 59.963 GPS-Data
    Secret tip: A wall made of rock is just perfect for a cache.
  • Cache 5: N46 58.174 E11 00.087 GPS-Data
    Secret tip: Take a look at the stones right at the fork-off, between bench and tree.
  • Cache 6: N46 57.896 E11 00.280 GPS-Data
    Secret tip: If you enjoy this view the cache is very close to you. Look up towards the tree.

Sölden Treasure hunt Sölden - Infangrunde route

How to find your treasure?

STARTING POINT (walking time: about 30 min to the start point):

1. Sölden Zentrum Shuttle/Philipp -> direction Innerwald, through the hamlet to the chapel, then take the hiking trail behind the chapel until you reach „Stiegele“ area (glacier road towards Infang/Gaislach crossroads)

2. Sölden Gaislachkogl mountain gondola -> trail from parking house towards Unterwald/Innerwald -> past Rauthalm hut -> to „Stiegele“ area

3. Sölden, by bus towards glacier/Hochsölden to the respective bus stop

„Stiegele“ start point: follow Infangstraße (direction Infang) for about 150 m – keep left before you reach the camp ground, head into the forest towards Infang.


Following the marked route you will discover small caches (treasure boxes). Either one or more cache boxes contain a sheet with a riddle, a number or a letter written on it. Write them into the respective field of your treasure map. Everyone who has found all caches, knowing the right answer, can open the locks of our treasure chest waiting for you at the Information Sölden.

The route (from „Stiegele“) is about 3.5 km long, walking time 2.5 hours.



  • Cache 1: N46 57.257 E011 00.415 GPS-Data
    Secret tip: The spider is sitting on the stone while I am hidden underneath. Attention! You can‘t eat me.
  • Cache 2: N46 57.098 E011 00.450 GPS-Data
    Secret tip: I prefer hanging around here.
  • Cache 3: N46 56.973 E011 00.465 GPS-Data
    Secret tip: If you enjoy this view you are almost standing on me. Hidden below the trail, protected by the bark of the tree.
  • Cache 4: N46 57.035 E011 00.380 GPS-Data
    Secret tip: Do you like picnicking? I am one of the „chairs“!
  • Cache 5: N46 56.951 E011 00.288 GPS-Data
    Secret tip: I prefer hiding where something else attracts attention.
  • Cache 6: N46 57.217 E011 00.295 GPS-Data
    Secret tip: A giant picture and I am suspended right behind.

Geocaching in Ötztal

Those who can’t get enough of treasure hunting tours will find many more exciting geocaching adventures for all the family in the lower Ötztal.


9for5 & 5for1

Real treasure hunters are invited to search for the coveted "9for5 & 5for1" caches within the whole Ötztal Valley. Caches are hidden in the region’s most scenic spots, and provide you with more detailed information on how to gather the special "Ötz-Taler" geo-coin while giving an insight into the great variety of Alpine landscapes in the Ötztal.

How can you obtain the special Ötztal geo-coin?
Nine cache boxes are hidden within the entire Ötztal. If you find five out of nine caches you receive the ultimate and well-deserved Ötztal geo-coin.

Where do you find the single "9for5&5for1" cache boxes?
Detailed coordinates for all 9 cache boxes are available here or on the Geocache Community homepage – for downloading to your GPS unit. For a quick overview of all cache locations you can download a map.

Where do you get the highly coveted Ötztal geo-coin?
Every "9for5 & 5for1" cache box contains a different clipper with a special pattern.

If you have collected at least 5 different clippers from five cache boxes you can pick up your Ötz-Taler geo-coin at the Längenfeld Information Office where you also get the stamp card for the entire route.

Coordinates: N 46° 58.138 E 010° 59.037


  • Get to know more about Alpine plants and animals and how they can survive in Ötztal's high Alpine. The splendid trail travels mainly along the natural timberline located right between the subalpine forest and alpine shrub zone, the lower part of the varied high Alpine ecosystem.
  • The High Alpine Ecology Theme Trail, leading to Gampe Thaya, gives an insight into the local fauna and flora. Special information panels are spread along the route.
  • Trail details
    1. Drive along the glacier road until you reach the toll station. Follow the trail towards Hochsöldenstraße and the junction to Gampe. A leisurely trail takes you to Gampe Thaya.
  • Walking time: ½ hour
  • 2. By bus to Hochsölden: nice hiking tour to Gampe Thaya, via Sonnblick (5 min from the bus stop). After a leisurely 40-minute walk you reach a trail-fork where you keep to the left in the direction of Gampe Thaya.
  • Useful hint:
    Maybe there is something behind the big triangle of stones!
Gampe Thaya

Coordinates: N 46° 55.136 E 011° 02.689


  • Starting point is the road between Zwieselstein and Untergurgl. Next to the signpost "Sahnestüberl" there is a parking area. 5 minutes from here you also find the typical wooden mountain huts – called "Tajen" in dialect – belonging to the Alpine pasturelands of the local farmers. The Gurgler Ache mountain brook and the mountain forest also make an ideal grazing area. A very atmospheric and romantic place for all those in search of peace and relaxation. The two mountain huts at 1640 meters above sea level are widely known as "Sahnestüberl", a truly authentic snack station.
  • Alternative trail:
    From Zwieselstein Bridge/Gurgler Ache a steeply ascending gravel trail is winding up the slope. Later the path flattens out and takes walkers through a wooded area and past a scenic waterfall  to the mountain hut.
  • Walking time: approx. 1 1/2 hours
  • By bus: from the bus stop Zwieselstein/Sahnestüberl in about 5 walking minutes to Sahnestüberl.
  • Please take care of nature on your walking and treasure hunting tour. Walk in single file on the edge of the meadow if the grass is high, and please don't leave the already existing/marked trails.
  • Useful hint:
    A quite big rock on your way to Zwieselstein.
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