First class. Incomparable. Active.
Your winter holiday in Sölden
Winter in Sölden is first-class, incomparable and quite active. First and foremost, of course, skiing in Sölden is special and rightly an institution. But the winter landscape around Sölden can also be actively discovered off the slopes. Winter hiking, tobogganing, ski touring - on popular trails or lonely paths. And after a day in the snow or as a bad weather programme, there is pure relaxation in the AQUA DOME spa in Längenfeld.
Skiing in Sölden
Sölden is known and loved for its first-class skiing area. More than 30 ultra-modern lifts, 144 kilometres of pistes, two glacier ski areas, three accessible three-thousand-metre peaks, numerous alpine huts and restaurants as well as guaranteed snow from October to April. From autumn skiing on the glacier to sunshine skiing in spring - in Sölden you have fun on the slopes longer than anywhere else. And best of all: The Gaislachkogl valley station is only a three-minute walk from Gustl's Ferienhäusl - so you can get up to the Sölden ski area without any detours. For all those who prefer to ski in company, want to improve their technique or are on skis for the first time - our partner, the Sölden-Hochsölden ski school, is at your side with experienced ski instructors and offers both children's and adult, group or private courses. Ski rental possible in the local sports shops.
„It's the little things that make a holiday with us so special: the sight of peaks covered in deep snow and the feeling you get from winter sports in these surroundings.“
Winter activities in Sölden
Off the slopes
For all-rounders and all those who want to spend their winter holiday in Sölden away from the ski slopes, there are plenty of opportunities to be active here. The 7 km long toboggan run in Sölden, which starts at the Gaislachkogl middle station, is not only popular with families. The ascent is uncomplicated with the cable car and you can easily rent toboggans at the valley station. But an idyllic winter hike can also be combined with a fun toboggan run. For example, on Sölden's quiet side, where you can reach the Stallwiesalm through snow-covered forests and meadows. You can also climb the mountain on lonely paths on a ski tour, whereby untouched slopes are best explored with a professional who knows the area. And a trip to the Sölden ice skating rink is especially fun for little holidaymakers. It is only a few minutes' walk from Gustl's Ferienhäusl, is also open in the evenings and has its own skate hire service. A visit to the AQUA DOME is also perfect after a day on the slopes or as a change of pace in between. The thermal spa in Längenfeld, 14 km away, awaits you with 12 indoor and outdoor pools, children's area with water slides, several relaxation rooms and a large sauna and spa area.