Easy: 17 Medium: 18 Difficult: 8
An exciting glacier-shrouded location (as featured in the latest Bond movie "SPECTRE"), Sölden is the ideal resort for those who want exhilarating thrills on the slopes by day and a fantastic party experience by night. There is something for everyone from ski novices, to hardcore snowboarders and thrill-seeking advanced skiers; you really won’t be disappointed in the region that brims with activity and enjoyment for everyone. The altitude delivers fantastic snow conditions throughout the wide, clear ski runs and an impressive lift system will take you soaring up to the two glaciers for brilliant skiing and tremendous views.
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Après Ski: Sölden has an extremely spirited mood come the evening time allowing those who still have the energy after a day on the slopes, to happily dip in and out of the numerous bars and nightclubs such as Joker, Snow Rock Café and Schrimbar. There is a tangible party atmosphere each night, however, Friday provides the climax of the week with the Sölden party held up on the Giggijoch. Aside from the nightlife, there are many great restaurants and eateries to choose from.
Activities: There is a plethora of varying and exciting action in Solden when not cruising along the slopes. Thrill seekers are recommended the 5 Km toboggan run, paragliding and sleigh rides. If you fancy going ‘Eskimo’, why not spend a night in an Igloo up near the Rettenbach Glacier. If you feel exhausted from endless skiing and too many late nights, go and soothe your aches at the Freizeit Arena saunas and steam rooms, or visit the local Aqua Dome Spa in Längefeld.
Eating Out: Sölden has over 50 restaurants, café’s and pubs to choose from and you have the pick of the bunch when deciding where to dine. If you’re a fan of pizza then try La Tavola, Café Hubertus and Corso. If you fancy some traditional Tirolean food, visit s’Pfandl at Ausserwald. Wherever you choose to dine, there is something for every taste and budget.
Other Amenities: Sölden has a good assortment of shops, 30 Km of cleared winter walking paths, indoor tennis, a post office, several banks & cash points.
|Lift Passes (6 Days)||Adult||Child 6-15||Youth 16-18|
|Tuition (6 Days)||Adult||Child 3-12|