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The Community of Sölden

Sölden is situated at 1.368 m above sea level in the province of Tyrol. The community has 3.423 inhabitants and covers an area of 466,9 km².

How is the Weather in Sölden?

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[Translate to 01_EN:] Sonnenaufgang Sölden
[Translate to 01_EN:] Sommer in Sölden

What`s up in Sölden?

Sölden is one of the hippest places to spend your holidays. Everything is possible in Sölden – three 3000m peaks (Gaislachkogel, Tiefenbachkogel and Schwarze Schneid), Längenfeld Aqua Dome Thermal Spa and Open-Air-Theatre right on the glacier.

Even off the pistes there is a lot to discover and to do: cross-country skiing, ice-skating, winter hikes and tobogganing – perfect winter holidays in Sölden. Spend some relaxing hours at the Längenfeld Aqua Dome – the only thermal spa in Tyrol.

Sölden – Hot spot in the Alps

Sölden is considered one of the hot spots in the Alps: many of the bars and clubs are known throughout the region and visitors will always remember the great number of aprés ski bars.

What is going on in Sölden during the summer?

In summer the villages of Zwieselstein, Sölden and Hochsölden invite to relaxing summer holidays. Explore some of the 250 3000m peaks of the Ötztal Alps. The highest mountain of Tyrol, the 3772m Wildspitze, is also in the Sölden area. Mountain bikers find 80 km of marked routes. Rafting on the Ötztaler Ache is an extreme experience. No matter which season you choose to spend your holiday, you will be thrilled by Sölden!