Solden Ski Holiday Resort
Solden has a sports centre with a swimming pool & an ice rink for those looking for activity away from the slopes. Further a field there is an amazing thermal spa centre called the Aqua Dome at Langenfeld; this can be reached by a short free bus service. Non skiers also have a weekly programme of event plus the usual sleigh rides, ice climbing, snowshoeing, etc.
Dining out in Solden offers a plethora of opportunities with anything from pizzas to good Tyrolean food.
Solden’s apres ski is legendary. It starts in the mountain bars and piste-side watering holes from as early as 3pm. The bars on the Giggijoch are in full swing from 3pm to 6/7pm and then the focus alters to the village centre. Fire and Ice is rammed every night until 3am and other bars are equally as popular. The Lucky Shag is normally very busy too as is the Schirmbar. Table top dancing is the norm here and for those wanting a more seedy scene then the lap dancing bars will not disappoint!
Extensive ski area boiasting not one but two glaciers & a buzzing après ski scene.
At a glance
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- Top station:
- Good efficient lift system
- Glacier skiing and good snow reliability
- Rocking apres ski
- Resort prices are not too expensive
- Great ski area for intermediates and advanced skiers