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Sunshine skiing on the glacier

Some extra time for skiing fun

When the days get longer and the temperatures milder, it’s the perfect glacier time for leisurely skiers and sun worshipers. For passionate corn snow lovers who just can't get enough of skiing fun. And also for freeriders looking for the very last powder snow stashes of the season.

Online ski ticket shop

Secure your ski ticket for sunshine skiing on the glacier online and save up to 20% early buyers' discount compared to the cash desk price.


View point Felsensteg

Fun and corn snow

In spring, the skis and snowboards are far from being put in the basement in Sölden. Thanks to the high Alpine altitude of the glacier ski area, winter sports will continue here until early May. Offering prime slope and snow conditions. Special note for firn and corn snow fans: the glacier slopes facing to the east and west make it possible to glide down on superb corn snow slopes both in the morning and in the afternoon. Freeride aficionados will find the last powder pockets of the season on the shady northern slopes.

While scenic Rettenbach Glacier boasts intermediate and difficult slopes, including the legendary World Cup ski race track, there are easier slopes at Tiefenbach Glacier. Both parts of the glacier ski area are linked to each other via a comfy ski tunnel and connecting ski lifts. 8 mountain lifts are available on the glacier.


HANNIBAL - the biggest show in the Alps

Hannibal Sölden

Every two years in April, a very special event takes place at Rettenbachferner. The glacier spectacle HANNIBAL takes Carthage to another era at over 3000 meters in Sölden. Both quiet or thunderous, a precise choreography of dancers and avalanches, snow grooming machines, base jumpers, airplanes, helicopters and skidoos, paragliders and skiers spread across the huge glacier stage. 500 participants are in action in front of and behind the stage.


Glacier test center

Logo Glacier Test Center Sölden

Are you looking for a ski model for the upcoming winter season that suits your skills and skiing style? Then the new Glacier Test Center Sölden is the perfect place for you. Test your way through the latest premium ski equipment of high-class brands and enjoy culinary delights in the glacier restaurant on top of that.


Fact box glacier ski area

  • Rettenbach Glacier (2675 – 3250 m)
  • Tiefenbach Glacier (2795 – 3249 m)
  • 8 mountain lifts: 3 gondolas, 1 chairlift, 4 T-bar lifts
  • 34.3 slope kilometers: 25.0 km blue, 5.4 km red, 3.9 km black
  • Restaurant Rettenbach Glacier (400 seats)
  • Restaurant Tiefenbach Glacier (600 seats)
  • Ski schools
  • Sport shops
  • Ample parking for private cars and coaches
  • Skibus shuttle service

Slope tip: No. 38 at Tiefenbach Glacier

The ("easy") blue piste No. 38 starts at almost 3250 meters above sea level on Tiefenbachkogl, leading downhill for a total of almost 9 kilometers to the base station of Tiefenbach mountain gondola. In between: highly relaxed skiing pleasure in XXL format.


Tiefenbach Glacier

Further glacier topics