Sölden is multi-faceted – in summer and in winter. Whether skiing surrounded by summits of over 3000 m in altitude, winter walks through untouched forests or free-riding. Whether climbing summits, racing downhill with a mountain bike or leisurely strolling through the village.
Sölden is the Hotspot of the Alps for all fans of mountain sports, connoisseurs and events fans. Sporting satisfaction and fun events are the trademark in the Heartbeat of the Alps. Boredom? Doesn’t exist in Sölden.
In Sölden skiers find everything they could possibly wish for. There are 144 kilometres of ski slopes to discover. The 31 lifts and gondolas carry the winter athletes from October through
to May safely up the mountains.
In summer the ski slopes transform into a bikers paradise. Numerous natural trails, shaped lines, enduro-routes and pumptracks are available for all biking professional or those hoping to become one.
For those who prefer to hike rather than bike, there are over 300 kilometres of marked paths in Sölden. Ranging from easy family friendly routes to high alpine tours, there is something for everyone.
In Sölden it is never boring. In winter: party until the mountains shake at the Electric mountain festival at an altitude of 2 300 m above sea level, or marvel at the largest contemporary live performance Hannibal on the glacier. In summer: the legendary Ötztaler bike marathon and traditional festivals with plenty of good food and music.
In the lively village of Sölden there is always something going on. Numerous inviting cafés and restaurants. In the evening the bars and clubs appeal to the night owls. In the countless shops in Sölden you are bound to find the souvenirs you are looking for.
At an altitude of 3050 metres above sea level is the spectacular James-Bond museum 007 ELEMENTS. An absolute must for all 007 fans
and connoisseurs is the adjoining iceQ. The restaurant was a film location for the Bond film "Spectre" and serves
Haute Cuisine with breath-taking views.