Sölden

A real-life film set

Flights from

23 Dec 16 to 15 Apr 16

FROM

£35

ONE WAY INC. TAXES

Sölden

The location

Situated in the western tip of Austria, Sölden is part of the Tyrol state, in the district of Imst. It lies within the Oetztal valley and is made up of over 140km of slopes. Sölden is 260km from Salzburg Airport.

Suitable for

Apres Ski
Snowboarding
Families

Skill level

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

The resort

Seefeld twice played host to the Olympic Winter Games and has also been the venue for a range of winter competitions since. Dotted with memories from a time-gone-by, this old farming village has so much more to offer than simply ski. A major tourist resort, Seefeld is a picture-perfect place for a winter break.

Learning the slopes

With three main peaks, each towering at over 3,000m and both the Rettenbach and Tiefenbach Glaciers nearby, Sölden is a staggering spot for a seasonal ski break. The area offers awe-inspiring views that can be enjoyed from 3,048m up at the Ice Q restaurant.

A vibrant après-ski

There’s no denying that Sölden is the place for partying. The huge selection of bars and nightclubs mean it shouldn’t be difficult to find something that suits you and your group. You’ll see everything from cosy, quiet bars, to the clubs that stay open until the early hours.

007 heaven

The fact that Sölden was the location for the most recent Bond film, speaks for itself. Sölden’s dramatic scenery and breathtaking views made unbeatable backdrops for Spectre, starring Daniel Craig. Ice Q restaurant was the most iconic place to play its part.

The highlights

  • Sölden traditionally starts the Alpine Ski World Cup in October
  • 50 restaurants dish up a range of international cuisines
  • Look out for events throughout the year including the Christmas market

149 runs

The facts

  • Country

    Austria
  • Language

    German
  • Number of lifts

    31
  • Terrain parks

    2
  • Highest piste

    3340m
  • Total piste

    14km
  • Connects to

    Salzburg Innsbruck