Besides perfectly groomed ski slopes and fun-filled après-ski hours Sölden has a lot more to offer, especially when it comes to unlimited freeriding on pristine powder snow slopes. Off-piste routes are available for all ability levels: the runs on Hainbachjoch are quite easy and suitable for beginners, just like the whole Giggijoch area with its wide open ski slopes for unlimited powder turns and freeride fun.
Real experts and daredevils get together on the very steep slopes of Gaislachkogl ski mountain. Off-piste trails lead down either through Wasserkartal or towards Rettenbachtal. If you want to be on the safe side you are strongly recommended to enlist an expert ski guide of the local Ski Schools or the Freeride Center Sölden.
Sölden Freeride Facts:
- High Alpine terrain with numerous off-piste runs for free-riders.
- More than 70 kilometers of off-piste runs.
- Downhill runs featuring up to 2000 meters of difference in altitude.
- Top snow reliability from November through May thanks to altitudes beyond 3400 m and two superb glacier ski areas.
- Starting point for countless high Alpine ski tours.
- Snowboard-friendly runs next to the ski slopes.
Freeride Hot Spot in the Alps
When it comes to freeriding, Sölden boasts truly incredible infrastructures from the valley up to the highest glacier slopes. Freshly fallen snow in early February – providing powder snow up to our knees – promises unlimited powder cruising and cliff dropping! Join us on a breathtaking journey: two days of ultimate freeriding at the Hot Spot in the Alps...
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