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Description

Söll is an attractive, traditional village in the heart of the Austrian Alps, based under the distinctive dome shaped peak of the Hohe Salve. The Hohe Save Mountain is locally famed for having the best views of the Tyrolean Unterland including a panorama of the Kitzbüheler and Zillertal Alps, the Hohe Tauern and the Wilder Kaiser. It also houses Austria’s highest pilgrimage church on the peak of the Hohe Salve.

For many years Söll represented the typical Austrian skiing experience of cheap and cheerful accommodation, food and drinks. However the resort has worked very hard to rectify this and have succeeded in creating a resort that is a joy to stay in and presents an entry into one of the largest ski areas in Europe. Massive investments have been put into the area including the development of multiple ski areas for children and beginners, as well as updating lift systems with protection covers and heated seats to improve comfort.

In addition to the skiing in Söll, visitors flock to enjoy the après scene but also those looking for some of the finer things are not short for choice in this ski village. With a wide range of outstanding restaurants, trendy cafés, cosy bars and fantastic skiing, it is easy to see why so many people love Söll.


Getting There

Unless you have booked a package holiday where the travel is all sorted for you, you may want to think about how you are going to get to and from the resort. Söll is actually a very easy and convenient resort to get to with many options for travel.

Fly

Söll is in a very fortunate position geographically as it is within easy distance of three major airports.

Innsbruck Airport- 78km- 1hr
Salzburg Airport- 118km-1hr15
Munich Airport- 144km- 1hr30

Innsbruck is the most common Austrian airport from which British airports fly to, which means they offer a wide range of departure airports from the UK. It is also the most common for charter flights for British Tour Operators. Salzburg offers a range of low cost carriers and charter flights. Munich can get busy at the weekends with many Germans choosing to use the airports. But it offers a nice mix of scheduled and low cost carriers.

Transfers From the Airport

There are several companies who offer shared and private transfers to get you from the airport to the resort. It is worth checking transfers arrangements before booking your flights especially if you want a shared transfer as these are less regular and you don’t want to be waiting around for hours at the airport. Which transfer company you should use will depend on your group size, flight times and budget. It is also important to consider how much luggage you all have as taking lots of winter sports equipment will take up a considerable amount of space so it might be better to book more vehicles or a bigger one. If you are unsure then it is recommended that you call the transfer company directly and they will advise the best arrangement.

Four Seasons Airport Transfers offer a shuttle service from all the major airports, Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich, to Söll. Both private and shared transfers are available in a standard minibus of up to 8 people. They can also cater for larger groups with coaches and even a more luxurious limousine services.

Air Shuttle offer shared transfers only from Innsbruck to Söll. They run regularly throughout the day and must have a minimum of 3 people for the transfer to run.

Ski Lifts offer private and shared transfers from Innsbruck, Munich and Salzburg airports to Söll. They also offer transfers to the resort from nearby railway stations.

Shuttle Direct offer a variety of private transfers from all nearby airports and train stations up to Söll.

By Train

The nearest train station is in Wörgl. Buses run to and from Söll directly to the station throughout the day. Taxis are also available to take visitors to and from the station. It is located a mere 12km away from Söll.

There is no direct route to get from the UK to Wörgl by train. Tickets can be pricey and are not released until 180 days before the day of travel. The easiest route is to board the Eurostar in London or Ashford take it all the way to Brussels, then board the train to Cologne, from Cologne take the train to Wörgl. All of these trains are on an overnight sleeper service. Alternatively head to Paris then to Zurich and finally the train to Wörgl. Both of these journeys can take upwards of 10 hours.
It is also possible to take a train transfer from the airports to Wörgl. This method of transfer can take slightly longer but it is a more scenic route.

From Innsbruck Airport it is a 15 minute bus journey to the central train station, from there take the train to Wörgl which takes about an hour. To get to Söll from Wörgl you could either take a taxi or a local bus. Total journey time to Söll is 1hr45.

From Munich Airport you have to head to München Ost station and then take the train to Wörgl. From there it is either a taxi or local bus up to Söll. Total journey time is 3hrs30.

From Salzburg Airport it is a 25 minute bus ride from the airport to Salzburg’s main train station. It is then a 90 minute train journey to Wörgl. To get to Söll it is either a taxi or local bus which take about 30 minutes. The total journey time is about 4hrs when you include waiting for the connections.

Drive

Unlike driving to the French Alps it is much longer and trickier to make it to the Austrian Alps. This puts a lot of people off as the cons outweigh the pros simply because of the length of time it takes. If you are coming from the UK, it is easy to use the euro tunnel which departs approximately every 15 minutes from Folkestone and takes 35minutes. Prices start from £90 each way. You can book your crossing at https://www.eurotunnel.com/uk/home/.

Alternatively you can take the ferry from Dover to Calais. This operate up to 23 times a day and takes 90 minutes. This is bookable at https://www.poferries.com/en/portal.

Upon arrival in Calais it is about a 10 hour drive to Söll with a total distance of 1083km. You have to head across France towards Munich and then across the German border towards the Austrian Alps. On arrival in France remember to drive on the right hand side of the road. It is important to note that there are several tolls on route down to the Alps, the prices depend on which section of road you use.
 European travel/vehicle requirements are very strict and on-spot fines can be issued if you don’t have: headlight converters, GB sticker, warning triangle, spare bulbs, high viz vests for each passenger in the car and breathalysers. You also must have winter tyres and snow chains when you arrive at a mountain resort. Local authorities can prevent vehicles from climbing the mountain if they do not have suitable equipment. There is also a fine for travelling insufficiently equipped.
In certain weather conditions, the roads may become snowy and icy and although local municipalities are very good and keeping the roads clear, it can be dangerous so it is important to take extra care and attention when driving. It is a legal requirement in France and Austria to carry snow chains in your vehicle or police will refuse you access to certain roads. When driving in these conditions, slow down when you encounter any snow, use high gears to avoid wheel spin, and keep moving when driving up an incline on snow.

It can be useful to have a car whilst you’re in resort especially as the village is located slightly away from the base of the mountain. However parking can be limited and expensive. The village of Söll is also a pedestrian only zone. Public transport in Söll and the SkiWelt is very efficient and relatively cheap so you may not need to use your car whilst you are there.   


When to Go


Where to Stay

Söll is quite a small town located about a 15 minute walk away from the slopes. There are regular buses that go from the village to the base of the mountain or a pedestrian underground pass in case people would prefer to walk.

The village is quite spread out but there is an excellent bus system which links all areas of the village together and the piste. There are multiple lines to the bus network so there is bound to be a stop close to where you live. If you are concerned about the distance to the slopes when carrying skis you can make use of the heated ski lockers based at the bottom and mid stations of the Höchsoll gondola.

There are a few chalets in Söll but the majority tend to be hotels. They all offered quite flexible arrangements with some just as bed and breakfast and some including dinner in their package.



Getting around

Söll is a small village in which the accommodation is quite spread out. Getting around is not too difficult though with everything being in easily accessible on foot. Here are a few more suggestions of the easiest ways to get around and help you get your bearings.

Bus Routes

Söll operates an excellent and efficient bus service throughout the resort. There are seven routes which cover all areas of the village between them. They all terminate at the gondola station as their main focus is to get people to and from the lifts. Most of them also stop at the SkiCenter which is the children play area and crèche.

There is also Postbus which is a local bus which runs through the different villages in the area. It starts at the train station in Wörgl but continues onto other resorts in the SkiWelt area. The cost is €1.50 per ticket. For detailed bus routes go online to the tourist office website (https://www.wilderkaiser.info/en/service/travel-planning/bus-timetable-wilder-kaiser.html). This is a great idea for non-skiers who want to explore the wider area. It also means that they could meet skiers in these villages for lunch or enjoy some of the events that they have going on.

Ski Lifts

The SkiWelt boasts a very efficient and far-reaching lift network. The key lifts for Söll are the Hochsoll and the Hohe Salve. The Höchsoll is the main lift from just outside the village and the Hohe Salve connects onto this to whisk visitors further up the mountain.

The lift system throughout the SkiWelt carries 142000 people per hour so it is very good at getting skiers around the mountain. The lifts are also being constantly updated and replaced so all the draglifts and slower lifts tend to be in beginner areas which are perfect for looking at. There is over 90 lifts servicing the area so there it is very easy to get between the resorts and fully experience the whole ski area.

Taxi

Taxis are an efficient way to get around the resort. Although it is not strictly necessary for going around the village of Söll, it is a feasible option to use them to go to another resort if you know that you will be returning after the bus schedule ends. There are a number of local companies who will be able to cater for this. They also tend to offer more reasonable fares than they do in other Alpine resorts.

On foot

The village of Söll is the easiest to get around on foot. Although the village is spread out it is not large at all so it does not take long to walk anywhere even to the opposite ends. It is important to wear sensible shoes when walking in a ski resort as there can be snow and ice on the paths. If you do have any concerns or struggle with walking then it is advisable to wear snow shoes and purchase ice grippers to put on the soles of your shoes.

It is possible to walk to the ski slopes in about 15 minutes and take the underground pedestrian passage to save having to cross the busy road that separates the village and the slopes. However if you do have skis to carry and are walking in ski boots it can be a bit of a trek so it is probably easier to take the bus, unless you are looking for a pre-ski warmup!


Apres

Söll has a vibrant après scene which continues on into the night. Whether you are looking for some live music, a casual beer or even a relaxing glass of wine there is a venue that will cater for this. There is definitely no shortage of places to go.

Although there is a lively and fun atmosphere, it is not as busy as other Austrian resorts.

Moonlight is located close the gondola in the centre of Söll which can get very lively at après time with guests making their way off the slopes. They open for their Après-Ski Party at 15:30.

Hexenalm is a ski hotel located on the outskirts of the village, close to the gondola. It’s après bar is lively and fun with occasional live music.

Gasthöf Stockalm meets the needs of those wanting to enjoy at après session on the mountain. Based at the mid station of the Hochsöll gondola this bar and restaurant comes alive at après time with many visitors choosing to stop for a drink on the mountain before making their way down into the village.

Salvenstadl means cowshed and is located on the edge of the village. This spot can get rowdy, its better just to embrace the atmosphere and join the locals standing on the tables! It also has several flay screen TVs and a sky subscription for those unmissable sporting events.

Red Horse Pub is a British owned pub. It shows all the major Premier League football, hosts frequent live bands and has Guinness beer on draught.

Whiskey-Mühle is better known for its late night disco antics than its après. It is THE focal point of late night partying in Söll.

Rossini has good cocktails and attracts good bands for live music. They also do excellent Italian food if you are looking for a cheeky snack!


Eating out

Söll has a range of restaurants both in the village and all across the SkiWelt area on the mountains. This allows them to cater for all tastes and budgets. These are a selection of the most popular and delicious venues.

In the Village

Hotel Postwirt is located in the centre of the village and has a well-regarded a la carte menu. They offer fine dining in a traditional setting with a range of international dishes and some regional specialties.

Feldwebel is based in the hotel of the same name. Located next to the church, this homely hotel offers a wide range of local dishes.

Dorf Stub’n offers traditional cuisine in a rustic style venue. In particular their meat fondue is worth a try.

Auf da Mühle is one of the resorts newest establishments situated in the modern Whisky Mühle buildings, the restaurant has its own access via a staircase located on the right hand side of the building. The restaurant offers a range of dishes with Mediterranean and Asian influences such as woks, noodles and pizzas. There is also a few steak dishes and some traditional Austrian cuisine, all available for a very reasonable price.

If you are looking for somewhere to enjoy a drink and a good pizza then Rossini is the place for you. Located in the centre of the village, this venue is always busy with a vibrant atmosphere, serving excellently simple Italian food. Alternatively Pizzeria Venezia offers some lovely homemade pasta and fresh fish, all accompanied by an extensive Italian wine list.

On the Mountain

Tanzbodenalm offers a wide range of menus from fine dining to good value hearty dishes. They also do a cracking breakfast!

Rübezahlalam is one of the area’s finest mountain restaurants, located on the slopes above Ellmau this cosy restaurant offers great food and a lovely atmosphere to warm guests over lunchtime.

Stöckhalm is housed in a converted cow shed is a rustic, family run affair. The venue does offer table service and is open into the evening for late night skiing so if you are running a bit low on energy in the afternoon, you can be sure that they have some good snacks.

At the top of the Hohe Salve gondola is a large restaurant, this has a highly rated revolving terrace offering good views from every angle, even the toilets!

Stoagrub’hütte is located at the Hohe Salve exit from the lift. Based in a typical Austrian ski hut, this enchanting setting is the perfect place to sample some local dishes.

Salvenalm is located in a cosy traditional wooden hut nestled into the mountainside. The open fire and delicious menu welcomes skiers into the restaurants. There is also a large sun terrace for visitors to enjoy the stunning view.


Good for Couples

Bella Vita

Dorf 136

Soll

+43 5333 20360

Good for Couples

Postwirt

Dorf 83

Soll

+43 5333 5081

Good for Family

Dorfstubn

Familie Theresia Ager A-6306

Soll

+43 5333 5907

Good for Family

Soller Stube

Dorf 120

Soll

+43 5333 5360

Good for Friends

Giovanni

Dorfbichl 2

Soll

+43 5333 5705


Activities

Tobogganing is a popular activity across the SkiWelt and nowhere more so than in Söll.  The 3km long Hexenritt toboggan track is full of little surprises in addition to the 3.8km Moonlight toboggan track in Hochsöll.

Winter Walking with the hilly Kitzbüheler Alps and the Wilder Kaiser Mountain shooting up in all directions there is no shortage of walks to enjoy with an extensive 30km of walks in Söll alone. A particularly nice one is the take the Pirchmooser Rundgang on the Sunnseitweg past the Pirchmooser chapel.

Enjoy an energetic husky sledging experience with a charming guide and his pack of huskies. Learn all about the experiences of the knowledgeable musher. Places are limited and this is a popular activity so it is important to get it booked in.

Söll is home to some wonderful natural snowshoeing routes. Relax amongst nature admiring animal paths or even make your way up one of the peaks. Snowshoes and guides are widely available in the area.

To really make the most of the beautiful surroundings then revel in Horse Drawn Carriage ride. The driver will tell you tales of the villages and their history whist you admire local buildings and breath-taking views. Whether you are wanting a romantic ride as the sun sets over the mountains or a unique activity for your children, it is definitely an enjoyable ride for all ages.

With an ice rink in the centre of Söll it is hard to skip this typical winter activity. Children and adults alike will relish in this sport. For those wanting to try something different then why not try some curling?

If you want to relax after a long day on the slopes or looking for something to do during the day, then head to the swimming centre. There is also extensive leisure facilities such as a sauna, massage and Turkish baths in addition to squash courts.



Ski School

Like in many Austrian there are a limited amount of ski schools with just two operating in the Söll area. The first one Ski Schule is the most popular with the largest amount of instructors. Whether it is your first time in the area or whether you are a seasoned pro there is a session that will suit your needs. It is also a great opportunity to have a guide for the area, to show you the best runs and take you to the best areas for your ability.

The ski schools offer a wide variety of services from beginner lessons to private ski clinics. Group lessons are more sociable and often work out cheaper. However they are not as intense and focussed as one-to-one tuition. Most ski schools will be happy to talk through the different options available to you and assess you skiing ability to determine your level and most suitable class. They also have very extensive and informative websites if you would like to gain a general idea of their services.

Although it is not mandatory, it is advisable to book your ski school in advance as availability is limited and lessons do sell out. This is especially the case in peak periods such as Christmas, New Year, February Half Term and Easter.

SkiSchule Söll this is the first and the largest ski school in the area. They offer a range of lessons including private, group and VIP lessons. They even offer an early morning ski lesson for those who want to make the most of the mountain.

Knolln is Söll’s second ski school offering a range of lessons for every age above 3 years old. Lessons can take place for a variety of time the most popular are the 5 day lessons and the 3 day lessons as it allows visitors to put into practice what they have learned and fully explore the area.

There is not much off-piste to be done in Söll therefore there are no dedicated off-piste guides. If you do want to venture off-piste it would be recommended to contact the Söll tourist office as they will be able to arrange any private instructors who might be interested.


Getting around

Söll is a small village in which the accommodation is quite spread out. Getting around is not too difficult though with everything being in easily accessible on foot. Here are a few more suggestions of the easiest ways to get around and help you get your bearings.

Bus Routes

Söll operates an excellent and efficient bus service throughout the resort. There are seven routes which cover all areas of the village between them. They all terminate at the gondola station as their main focus is to get people to and from the lifts. Most of them also stop at the SkiCenter which is the children play area and crèche.

There is also Postbus which is a local bus which runs through the different villages in the area. It starts at the train station in Wörgl but continues onto other resorts in the SkiWelt area. The cost is €1.50 per ticket. For detailed bus routes go online to the tourist office website (https://www.wilderkaiser.info/en/service/travel-planning/bus-timetable-wilder-kaiser.html). This is a great idea for non-skiers who want to explore the wider area. It also means that they could meet skiers in these villages for lunch or enjoy some of the events that they have going on.

Ski Lifts

The SkiWelt boasts a very efficient and far-reaching lift network. The key lifts for Söll are the Hochsoll and the Hohe Salve. The Höchsoll is the main lift from just outside the village and the Hohe Salve connects onto this to whisk visitors further up the mountain.

The lift system throughout the SkiWelt carries 142000 people per hour so it is very good at getting skiers around the mountain. The lifts are also being constantly updated and replaced so all the draglifts and slower lifts tend to be in beginner areas which are perfect for looking at. There is over 90 lifts servicing the area so there it is very easy to get between the resorts and fully experience the whole ski area.

Taxi

Taxis are an efficient way to get around the resort. Although it is not strictly necessary for going around the village of Söll, it is a feasible option to use them to go to another resort if you know that you will be returning after the bus schedule ends. There are a number of local companies who will be able to cater for this. They also tend to offer more reasonable fares than they do in other Alpine resorts.

On foot

The village of Söll is the easiest to get around on foot. Although the village is spread out it is not large at all so it does not take long to walk anywhere even to the opposite ends. It is important to wear sensible shoes when walking in a ski resort as there can be snow and ice on the paths. If you do have any concerns or struggle with walking then it is advisable to wear snow shoes and purchase ice grippers to put on the soles of your shoes.

It is possible to walk to the ski slopes in about 15 minutes and take the underground pedestrian passage to save having to cross the busy road that separates the village and the slopes. However if you do have skis to carry and are walking in ski boots it can be a bit of a trek so it is probably easier to take the bus, unless you are looking for a pre-ski warmup!


Family ski

Söll has made a conscious effort to improve their family attractiveness through a massive investment in their family areas over the past few years. One of the most notable areas is the Hexenweise ski field based in the village. This witch-themed area is great for children making their first steps on snow. As they advance you can move up to the two of the other children’s adventure areas, the Hexenkinderland (at the mid station) and the Minikinderland (bottom of the lift station). Larger children can adventure to the Crazy Kangaroo Park and the Funny Bird Slope.

The resort village sits at 700m but the slopes stretch all the way up to 1957m. Although there might not be snow in the village itself in the early or the late season, it is very likely that the mountain itself will be covered in snow and will have some excellent skiing conditions. This is aided by the snow canons covering over 80% of the SkiWelt area, ensuring that skiing in and out of many of the lower villages is covered. Because of the low height of the village there tend to be some excellent deals on holidays that are either at the beginning or the end of the season. This is great for families who are limited by school holidays and wanting to save some extra money, as these dates provide a great option to the more expensive and popular half term.

Another important thing to note is that even though the village is located away from the slopes, either a 15 minute walk or a short bus trip, there are lockers to keep equipment in at the base of the main lift. This is available for a small fee but it does save the hassle of carrying multiple pairs of little skis.

For families looking for childcare, the main option is the Kinderland Kornkammer crèche. There are no official private nanny companies offering babysitting or day time care. However there might be a local childcare professional who is available for evening babysitting. It is better to contact the tourist office directly and ask them. If you do decided to go down this route, make sure that you are especially vigilant when interviewing and asking for qualifications. 

Creche Facilities

Kinderland Kornkammer (Kiko) has two sections the Mini Chicks for those between 1 and 2 ½ years old and the Bambinis for those between 2 ½ and 5 years old who are ready to learn to ski. They have a beautiful nursery with themed rooms and are located next to the Hexenwiese outside meadow. They combine outside activities such as sledging, snowman building and making their first steps on skis. Also on offer is a chill out zone for those between the ages of 5 and 15 years old. They have a separate area with games and beanbags where they can go and relax. They offer day care for various time periods throughout the day.


Group Ski


Childcare

The ski schools in Söll are widely praised, as are the childcare facilities.

Skischule Söll offers childcare for little ones aged 1-year-old and up. Their highly trained staff organise both indoor and outdoor activities, making it a hit with the kids. Parents with kids up to 2-and-a-half-years-old can also arrange dedicated in-house childcare through the ski school.

Near the gondola base station, the Söll Mini Club takes children from 3-years-old, and they are welcome to have their first try at skiing if they wish. Both half-day and full-day reservations are available.

Bobo's Children's Club, meanwhile, takes kids aged 5 to 15 and offers a skiing Merry-Go-Round and other fun games in a winter wonderland setting.


The Piste

More than in most resorts it is very important if you are skiing with other people that everyone is aware of the route that you are planning to take. The piste map and signs in and around the SkiWelt area can be confusing with it not always being a clear path.

Beginner

The large nursery area located between the main road and the gondola is a great area for learning with a wide area on a gentle slope secluded from skiers whizzing past. This area is called the Hexenweiese and is free of charge to use. However it is dependent on the snow, with the village being at the low altitude of 700m, this is not always the case. When there is poorer snow, beginners may move to the Hochsöll area instead. There are no free lifts for beginners to experiment on before purchasing a lift pass. One of the runs that might be good for progression is the blue down from the Hochsöll. However this is narrow and can be extremely busy with skiers eagerly dashing home in the evenings. But this will be great during the quieter times of the day.

Intermediate

The SkiWelt is an intermediate’s paradise when the snow is good with many short, cruising runs to experiment on. The large area also offers the chance for plenty of practice and to build up that mileage. Many of the mid-stations into the villages provide great points for shooting off onto reds and challenging blues. This is especially true from the mid-stations of Blaiken, Brixen and Söll. There are also some excellent reds in Westendorf and a great red into Brixen.

Advanced

There might not be an extensive range of black pistes for more advanced skiers, however there are still a lot of interesting runs that will be suitably interesting/ challenging. The black runs off the Hohe Salve might be short but they offer very challenging skiing. Some locals even claim that they are steeper than Mayrhofen’s Harakiri. The Black Eagle run is particularly spectacular.

In the wider area of the SkiWelt, advanced skiers will enjoy the undulating slopes around the Gundried lift, the pistes spiking off from the Kraftlam lift or maybe the wider, steeper slopes running parallel to the Keat and SIller lifts. Another interesting piste is the black number 1 that runs parallel to the Brixen gondola.

The SkiWelt provides many off-piste routes that are great for those who are wanting to give it a try. It is always better to hire a local guide when attempting any off-piste especially if you are unfamiliar with the terrain. Local guides are available to hire from many ski schools, they will also provide and teach you how to use all the avalanche equipment which is a must. A particular famous off-piste route is the Black Pipe running from the Hohe Salve to Hochsöll. With a slope of 80% decline it is a challenging experience to put it lightly!

The most advanced skiers might be interested in embarking on the ski safari around the SkiWelt. This task encompasses the villages of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau, Söll, Itter, Hopfgartenm Brixen and Westerdorf.


Ski School

Like in many Austrian there are a limited amount of ski schools with just two operating in the Söll area. The first one Ski Schule is the most popular with the largest amount of instructors. Whether it is your first time in the area or whether you are a seasoned pro there is a session that will suit your needs. It is also a great opportunity to have a guide for the area, to show you the best runs and take you to the best areas for your ability.

The ski schools offer a wide variety of services from beginner lessons to private ski clinics. Group lessons are more sociable and often work out cheaper. However they are not as intense and focussed as one-to-one tuition. Most ski schools will be happy to talk through the different options available to you and assess you skiing ability to determine your level and most suitable class. They also have very extensive and informative websites if you would like to gain a general idea of their services.

Although it is not mandatory, it is advisable to book your ski school in advance as availability is limited and lessons do sell out. This is especially the case in peak periods such as Christmas, New Year, February Half Term and Easter.

SkiSchule Söll this is the first and the largest ski school in the area. They offer a range of lessons including private, group and VIP lessons. They even offer an early morning ski lesson for those who want to make the most of the mountain.

Knolln is Söll’s second ski school offering a range of lessons for every age above 3 years old. Lessons can take place for a variety of time the most popular are the 5 day lessons and the 3 day lessons as it allows visitors to put into practice what they have learned and fully explore the area.

There is not much off-piste to be done in Söll therefore there are no dedicated off-piste guides. If you do want to venture off-piste it would be recommended to contact the Söll tourist office as they will be able to arrange any private instructors who might be interested.


Equipment Hire


Lift Passes





RESORT STATISTICS

  • ALTITUDE

    700m

  • LONGEST PISTE

    8km

  • HIGHEST SKI LIFT

    1956m

  • TOTAL LIFTS

    94

  • TOTAL PISTE

    280km






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