Gaislachkogel (3085 m), Tiefenbachkogel (3309 m) and Schwarze Schneid (3340 m): These are three mountains with an altitude of more than 3,000 m and three viewing platforms; they are mountains for skiing and they offer three unique panoramas in XXL format. Brought down to a common denominator the BIG 3 are adventure worlds that set standards and stand for new perspectives in tourism. In stead of becoming ever faster and more hectic it is now time to stop, relax and enjoy. ‘Back to your roots’ so to speak.
The Golden Gate to the glacier: You will be taken to the winter world of the glacier within 15 minutes. Find skiing pleasure from 1377 m to 3340 m, 34 modern ski lifts, 147 km of well-groomed and safe ski runs, the longest downhill run with a length of 12,8 km and a difference in attitude of 1872 m, 35 mobile snow canons, 118 ha of snow-covered area and 40 slopes.
With its snow safe altitude of 1350 m Sölden guarantees ideal conditions for cross-country skiing from the beginning of December. The terrain offers all levels of difficulty for pleasure and extreme sports. Cross-country skiers or skaters can improve their techniques, beginners discover their love for this sport in the weekly introductory courses.
Way off the tracks and slopes there are enough opportunities to let out one’s urge for exercise. Whether you opt for winter Nordic walking or relaxing walks on wood or forest paths – just get moving and feel the snow with its cracking noise under your feet and breathe in “purest nature”.
Spectacular evening events like night skiing (”Stars on fire Night Emotions“) with ski show, or the new production of the MARS – events on the glacier, freestyle night show, toboggan rides, parties... Come to the party mountain Giggijoch or the middle station Gaiskogel.