Sporty and ambitious snow fans will appreciate the red and black slopes of Rettenbach Glacier where also international ski teams are improving both technique and speed. In addition, experienced hobby skiers enjoy the well-groomed, demanding runs down the steep World Cup slope. A challenge suitable only for very experienced and skilled skiers. Not without reason, the giant slalom of Sölden is one of the toughest in the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup calendar.
Neighboring Tiefenbach Glacier offers less thrilling slopes, mostly blue and red pistes. The gentler and much flatter terrain provides top skiing fun to beginners and slightly advanced. There is something for all ages and skill levels: thanks to the connecting lifts (6SK Seiterkar - SL Seiterjöchl) and the Schwarze Schneid ski tunnel at 3240 m, Rettenbach and Tiefenbach are linked and accessible from both sides.