Sölden Ski Resort
"Think Big, Think Sölden" – a slogan equally applicable to the skiing terrain and the party scene.
This pint-sized town packs the punch of a shot of Jägermeister – it's essentially a mile of (busy) road flanked by buzzing bars, clubs and restaurants that attracts a young and lively crowd. Sölden is bisected by a river, with the main strip under the mountain and quieter hotels and guesthouses on the other side. Further removed from the fray is Hochsölden – a sprinkling of ski in/ski out hotels on the mountain.
Sölden's ski area is predominantly above the tree line which gives it a well earned reputation for great snow reliability. It also has a glacier, which plays host to one of the first stops on the FIS World Tour each season.
Did You Know?
The Rettenbach Glacier at Solden hosts one of the first stops on the FIS World Tour, usually in late October if the conditions are good enough.
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