Altitude: 1900 Meters

Sulden am Ortler in short

  • Beautifully located at the foot of King Ortler, the highest mountain of South Tyrol
  • Tibetan jaks (mountain cows) have surprised many a skier here
  • Excellent ski mountaineering options
  • Great off-piste possibilities

In Italy’s Sulden, or Solda, skiers have plenty to do. Here, at the foot of the highest mountain of South Tyrol, the Ortler, you can have fun from the afternoon far into the night. The ski area has many opportunities to offer skiers and snowboarders of all levels. Free ski buses run between Sulden and the neighbouring villages all day long, so excursions are possible.

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 Apres-ski & entertainment Sulden am Ortler

Restaurants 18 Theatre -
Bars & cafes 26 Casino -
Nightclubs & discos 4 Concert hall -
Cinema -  

 Ski school and ski lessons Sulden am Ortler

No. of ski schools 1Private ski lessons € 40
No. of ski instructors 30Ski lessons5 Days, 15 Hours, € 160
Area for beginnersSnowboarding lessons5 Days, 12 Hours, € 160
Ski lessons in - Cross-country skiing -

 Facilities Sulden am Ortler

No. of hotels 19 Supermarkets 3
Total no. of hotel beds 1100 Banks
Total no. of beds 2050

 Tourist information for Sulden am Ortler

Ferienregion Ortler
0039 - 0473 - 613015

 Distances from Sulden am Ortler

Railway station
Spondinig approx. 20 km by bus
Bozen approx. 90 km by bus
From the motorway:approx. 90 km 2 uur by car

 Sulden am Ortler for families and children

Childcare - Magic carpet
Playground Ski lift for children

  Leisure & sports activities Sulden am Ortler

Public saunaFootpaths 12 km
Fitness centre - Torchlight descent1 tot 2 keer per maand
Public solarium - Indoor ice rink -
Massage Outdoor ice rink -
Spa & wellness Curling -
Indoor swimming pool - Snow rafting -
Hot air ballooning - Dog sledding -
Paragliding - Snowmobile tours -
Indoor tennis court - Toboggan run
Squash court -

Ski blog about Sulden am Ortler

27 October 2019 by Danielle in 'Destinations''

Did you know there are already plenty of ski resorts open for skiing in November? The higher-altitude ski areas in the Alps have already been blessed with several snowfalls this autumn and as we get into November, the snow line should be dropping down as far as the valleys soon. In this article we'll give an overview of Alpine ski areas where you should be able to expect reliable snow cover for skiing in November.... More ›

Ski area

Total slopes 65 (km)
Green slopes 4 km
Blue slopes 31 km
Red slopes 18 km
Black slopes 12 km
Off-piste 0 km
Lifts (24 )
Drag lifts 12
Chair lifts 8
Gondola lifts 4
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