Scenic Sölden Ski Area
New Giggijoch Mountain Gondola
The ultimate Giggijoch Mountain Gondola will combine top modern comfort, state-of-the-art technology and eye-catching design. This brand-new feeder gondola has a record capacity of 4500 people per hour. Additionally, its design is truly unique as the base station and the top terminal are lovingly embedded in the Alpine landscape. The highly comfortable gondola cabins promise an even more pleasant start into your perfect skiing day.
Facts & Figures:
- Base station: 1362 m
- Top station: 2283 m
- Riding time: 8.87 min
- Transverse length: 2647 m
- Length of rope: 5371 m
- Number of cabins: 134
Passionate winter lovers look forward to a really long winter season: Sölden has unrivaled snow conditions from October through May!
Unlimited skiing all winter long thanks to
- high Alpine location of Sölden's ski area: 1350 - 3340 m
- 2 glacier ski mountains on Rettenbach & Tiefenbach Glacier
- top modern snow-making systems covering some 76% of all ski runs
Interactive ski map
It's hardly surprising that Sölden ranks among Austria's TOP Ski Areas! The entire holiday region offers a huge range of winter sports and activities for all ages and preferences. Be it Alpine skiing, Nordic sports, freeriding or splendid off-piste adventures – there is something for all tastes. The fascinating Sölden ski mountains boast incredible 146 slope kilometers suitable for all skills. Skiing on Sölden's perfectly groomed ski runs promises memorable winter sport days plus breathtaking adventures.
33 top modern mountain lifts give access to the endless slopes in Sölden where superb skiing awaits all winter sport aficionados. The "Golden Gate to the Glacier" ski lifts connect Sölden's winter ski area with the two glacier ski mountains. The most varied ski holidays are scheduled at the heart of Tirol!
Check the Ski Trail Map here.
Ski Slope Information
Ski slope overview of Sölden – Tirol:
- 70.2 km of blue ski runs - easy
- 44.6 km of red ski runs - intermediate
- 29.2 km of black ski runs - difficult
- 1.9 km of ski routes - off-piste terrain
- Total: 146.1 slope kilometers
The truly varied choice of ski runs and slopes promises superb skiing to both beginners and real experts all winter long!
Beginners are recommended to head for the Giggijoch area with its broad and wide open slopes. Also free-skiers get together here at the large Snow Park. More skilled winter sport fans enjoy the steep slopes on Gaislachkogl offering fabulous runs and exceptional freeriding terrain off the groomed pistes within the Gaislachkogel area.
Here you can take a look at all Mountain Lifts & Ski Runs.
Ski Huts & Après Ski Locations
Tirol's unrivaled ski destination Sölden stands for outstanding fun on the slopes plus jovial hut atmosphere and loads of fun-filled après-ski after a great day on the slopes!
Numerous bars, mountain restaurants and huts invite hungry and thirsty skiers to enjoy a well-deserved break with hearty regional snacks and typical Tirolean delights served in a very hospitable atmosphere.
Sölden also has gained international fame for its fabulous nightlife and trendy bars where party people can celebrate right into the small hours!