Söll Ski Resort
The capital of SkiWelt in terms of amount of accommodation, party atmosphere and location within the SkiWelt.
Söll is a relatively large village with an attractive centre based around an onion-domed church. The reputation it gained in the 80s as a budget Brit party town is less-deserved now although accommodation is still affordable and nightlife lively. The resort has worked hard, and successfully, to improve family facilities. However, the town isn't ski in-ski out and for most it's a bus ride between the town and lifts. There are now some hotels around the base of the runs however most are in the main town.
Söll has always struggled with snow reliability thanks to its low altitude of around 800m. However over the past decade there have been huge investments in snow making and this has largely paid off, with the area usually remaining open until April even in bad snow years.
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Söll is the main resort of the SkiWelt area, home to an impressive 280km of pistes. The area's reputation of having sparse snow is being overhauled with extensive snow making facilities now.
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