Altitude: 1350-3340 Meters

Sölden-Hochsölden-Vent in short

  • State-of-the-art ski lift network
  • No queueing at lifts
  • Guaranteed snow

Sölden-Hochsölden-Vent is located in the Ötztal, with approximately 150 kilometres of snow-sure slopes. Here you'll find three 3000ers, two glaciers, excellent après-ski, a world-class snow park and a long list of international events throughout the ski season. The ski area reaches altitudes of 3340 metres above sea level and has slopes for every ability level, from beginner to expert skiers and snowboarders. The longest run starts at the BIG 3 viewing platform (3340m) and winds its way down to the valley (1350m), measuring 15km long in total with 2000m of vertical drop. As for the ski resorts, there are all kinds here: from family-friendly Vent to laid-back Längenfeld to bustling Sölden-Hochsölden, there's a village to suit every style. If you're a diehard skier, you might want to stay at Hochsölden on the Giggijoch (2284m), a wonderful starting point within easy reach of the slopes.

Advanced skiers can choose from three challenging black slopes on the Gaislachkogel (3058m), with a vertical drop of almost 1700 metres. If your legs still have some energy left in them, you can head over to the "Wilde Abfahrt". Meanwhile, beginners can head to the Tiefenbach glacier where they'll find lovely wide, gentle slopes perfect for practising turns. Freestylers will find a top-notch snow park in the Area 47 on the Giggijoch. Snow is guaranteed from early til late in the season at Sölden-Hochsölden-Vent thanks to two glaciers (the Rettenbach and the Tiefenbach), as well as plenty of snow cannons on the lower-altitude slopes. When you need a break, you can stop in at one of the many mountain restaurants that serve up delicious local specialties. And, of course, Sölden is known for its lively après-ski scene!

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Overview of slopes and lifts in Sölden-Hochsölden-Vent

Slopes

Ski lifts

Additional information

Blue slopes74,8 km Drag lifts10Start of the season
Red slopes54,8 km Chair lifts16End of the season
Black slopes27,4 km Gondola lifts7Glacier
Off-piste0,0 km Train1Min. altitude1350 m
Total157,0 km Capacity70450 Pers./HourMax. altitude3340 m

travelResorts in Sölden-Hochsölden-Vent ski area

Off-piste & freestyle in Sölden-Hochsölden-Vent

Snow parks 1Tables
Half pipeBoxes
Quarter pipeRails
BoardercrossOff-piste allowed
KickersOff-piste zone

Ski pass prices (low season)

Low season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Vent EUR 103.00 EUR 175.50
Sölden EUR 166.50 EUR 272.50

Ski pass prices (high season)

High season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Vent EUR 103.00 EUR 201.00
Sölden EUR 166.50 EUR 302.50

Blogs about Sölden-Hochsölden-Vent

13 January 2020 by Danielle in 'Destinations''

Skiing every month of the year? Sign me up! You might think ski holidays are only viable a few months of the year, but thanks to glaciers and high-altitude ski areas, the Alps actually offer year-round snow sports fun! While we always advise checking the snow report before booking a holiday, these ski resorts offer a fairly decent chance of snow cover and cold temperatures, even in the summer months. Here are our top 12 ski resorts for skiing every month of the year!... More ›

1 November 2019 by Danielle in 'Destinations''

Snow cover is one of the most important aspects of a ski holiday. There's nothing worse than arriving at your skiing destination after a long summer and finding the hills still green and covered in flowers! It's a little hard to ski without snow, and since we've all experienced this horrorshow at least once in our lives, we've learned to scope out ski resorts with guaranteed snow at the moment of booking our holidays. If you're planning on going skiing in Austria this year, here are 10 Austrian ... More ›

1 September 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas''

The highest-altitude ski areas are starting to open for ski season soon! Below is a list of ski areas that are projected to open in September and October. Please note the dates have been provided by the ski areas but are subject to change depending on snow cover.... More ›

30 August 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas''

Nothing beats a ski holiday with a group of your closest friends! No matter if half the group wants to tackle black pistes and the other half is still on nursery slopes, you can be sure everyone will get a chance to bond at the après-ski. Loads of ski resorts make it easy to book group packages that include accommodation, ski pass and even rental equipment. All that's left is to narrow down the top ski areas for a group holiday with friends!... More ›
(Photo: © Miranda Muller)

5 October 2018 by Danielle in 'Ski areas''

Sölden kicked off the 2018/19 ski season yesterday with a fresh dump of powder. In fact, ski resorts across the Alps from France to Austria received snow this week, for what is shaping up to be a stellar 2018/19 ski season. Skiing is now possible from 8am-4pm at several of Sölden's higher lifts and slopes, with more ski resorts expected to open in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for updates on ski resort openings! ... More ›

Snow report
Sölden-Hochsölden-Vent

Mountain367 cm
Valley15 cm
open - dicht
hoogten

The information applies for the ski area of Sölden. During the ski season information is updated daily.

Slope conditions powder snow
Km of slopes open 156.1
Open lifts33 from 35
Toboggan run open open
Snow park open
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