Sölden Skigebiet Guide

Überblick über den Leitfaden für das Skigebiet Sölden: Sölden has 33 Skilifte within its 141 Hectares of terrain that is suitable for all levels, including terrain park enthusiasts. Find location, trail maps and piste maps covering the mountains 1880m of vertical range and surrounding area. There are 14 trail at Sölden.


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Sölden Skigebiet Guide

Überblick über den Leitfaden für das Skigebiet Sölden: Sölden has 33 Skilifte within its 141 Hectares of terrain that is suitable for all levels, including terrain park enthusiasts. Find location, trail maps and piste maps covering the mountains 1880m of vertical range and surrounding area. There are 14 trail at Sölden.

Senkrecht:

Oben: 3250m
Arrow
1880m
Unten: 1370m

Am besten für:

Anfänger Niveau des Skifahrers
Anfänger/
Mittelstufe

Pisten:

14
35%
40%
25%

Skigebiet in Hektar:

141
Einsatz von Schneekanonen:100%

Skilifte in Sölden

  • Schlepplift Symbol8
  • Skilift Symbol19
  • Gondelbahn Symbol6
Skilifte insgesamt = 33
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Ein Besuch in Sölden

Nützliche Informationen über Skigebiete, die Ihnen bei der Planung Ihrer Reise nach Sölden helfen.

  • Saison beginnt
    24 Dec 2020
  • Saison endet
    2 May 2021
  • Unterkunft
  • Restaurants | Bars
    45 | 15
  • Nächster Flughafen
    Innsbruck
  • Nächster Bahnhof
    Otztal
  • Skigebiet Info-Website
  • Infotelefon
    +43 (0) 57200

Merkmale Sölden

Das Gelände in Sölden umfasst::

  • Halfpipes
    0
  • Terrainparks
    1
  • Langlauf
    16.0 km
  • Skiverleih

Wie sieht es in Sölden aus?

Just an hour from Innsbruck, Sölden is a snow-sure high altitude resort that offers year-round skiing and boarding on the Tiefenbach glacier. Great pistes beg to be carved while off-piste is in plentiful supply too. The base lifts at Sölden can have quite long queues first thing. Off the piste, Sölden is well served but expensive, probably due to its proximity to Innsbruck. Plenty to see and do but take lots of cash to Sölden if you want to do it every night!


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Sölden live Schnee

HöhenlageSchneehöheTemp. (°C)Wind (km/h)Wetter
Bergstation: 
7
20
thunderstorm
Mittelstation: 
13
15
thunderstorm
Tal: 
19
15
thunderstorm
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In welchem Monat gibt es am meisten Schnee in Sölden?

MärzDurchschnitt: 5.2 Schneetage pro Woche
Die schneereichste Woche in Sölden ist Woche 1 im März. In der Regel gibt es 5.2 Schneefalltage in dieser Woche mit 59cm Schneefall. Sehen Sie sich unten die Graphik mit den Aufzeichnungen der Schneefälle für Sölden an.


Besucher-Beurteilung fuer Sölden

Allgemein: 3.9 Basiert auf 28 Abstimmungen und 19 Beurteilungen

  • Schneesicher
    4.4
  • Vielfalt der Pisten
    4.0
  • Off Piste
    3.6
  • Landschaft
    3.8
  • Apres-Ski
    4.5
  • Vote

Daniel aus Brazil schreibt:

I was there for a whole week at the beginning of March. Being an overseas visitor with previous experiences in big name ski resorts around the world, I was frustrated with this Austrian icon. Soelden caters basically for German, Dutch and Belgian visitors, plus locals, who come by car with friends and family. Some room for Scandinavian and east Europeans, and that’s it. Very few Brits and Americans.
People ski basically mid-mountain up, relying on two big gondolas that leave from the village base.
Lifts – Soelden is absolutely busy. I had never seen such a crowded place! It took me almost 40 minutes to ride up a lift one day, and I am not talking about weekends, but a mid-week afternoon! And when I say crowded, expect the worst: ski crashes, people stumbling at each other, hurrying to place skis on gondola's racks, yelling at each other, children crying and so on. Looked like the end of the world! Politeness is not the rule here, and staff were totally passive. I remember that when I went to the glacier. When I got there I felt just so exhausted of the adventure in all those lift rushes on the way up that I had to rest a little before skiing down. But not even in that I succeeded, as there was a crowd taking pictures with the mountains in the back and disputing space. When commenting to a person sitting next to me about the obnoxious experience, he said I shouldn’t complain: “Today is very good, it is usually much worse!”
Snow – it is good as expected, but when it is sunny it gets so hot you start sweating in 5 minutes. When it is cold and snowing, visibility is limited, forcing people to remain in the lower runs, worsening the already problematic crowd issue. Temperatures are always higher than announced.
Trails are weird. Some blue runs are harder than reds. But they are clearly marked at least.
Village is not nice, it doesn’t have any charm. It is essentially a busy road with a bunch of shops and hotels around it. Après-ski resumes to 3 or 4 places with mainly groups of males singing local EDM holding beer.
In-mountain food is bad and expensive as expected. In-village restaurants are ok, nothing that will make you remember it later though.
Rentals and lessons – prices vary a lot, so you have to do some research, quality is all the same. Yellow had the best value when I was there. Instructors are good, if you get one that speaks English you may be fine.
Views – what I liked the most. Just breathtaking.
I usually highlight the negative in my reviews so people can better manage their expectations. But I had a lot of fun there. I am not saying it is not worth going, but consider carefully other options before making this decision. If you already booked, ski a few days in Obergurgl to escape crowds.

Lesen Sie 18 andere Beurteilungen ueber Sölden oder geben Sie Ihre eigene Bewertung ab.