Snowboarding, Freeriding & Jumps in Hochsolden
Snowboarding paradise in Tyrol
The winter sports resort is not only especially loved by skiers, but also by snowboarders, who will find everything for a perfect winter holiday here in the Austrian Alps. In Hochsolden alone, 60 kilometres of ski pistes as well as 70 kilometres of off-piste skiing terrain await you. In addition, there are the BIG 3 glaciers and the superb snowpark.
Highlights for snowboarders: Solden-Hochsolden ski resort
On the wide slopes in Solden, snowboarders also have enough space to let off steam and carve their wide turns.
Snowpark in Sölden
The Almdudler Snowpark on the Giggijoch will have snowboarders' hearts leaping with delight - even higher than the jumps you can find there. On the ride up with the Hainbachkar and Silverbrünnl chairlifts you will already be able to get a good overview of the 6 hectare large terrain park beneath you.
This year park designer Christoph Schöpf and his crew are taking care of the construction and maintenance of the Snowpark. You can look forward to top quality obstacles with a high fun factor.
Hard facts about the Snowpark
Here you will find an overview of the obstacles which await you at the Snowpark in Sölden:
- Rainbow 3 & 4 m
- Up/Down 3 m
- Dance Floor 3 m
- A-Frame 3x 6 m
- Flat 3m
- Down 6m
- Flat 6 & 8 m
- Wave 6 m
- Wallride 3 m
- Kicker 7, 8 & 9 m
- Flat/Down 8 m
- Big Tube 5 m
- Flat/Down/Flat 12 m
- Elephant 12 m
- Kicker 13 & 14 m
- Flat / Down 18 m
- High Rail 6 m
Soft facts about the Snowpark
In addition to the many elements, jibs, kickers and boxes, a cool chill area awaits you at the Snowpark for the necessary breaks in between. Here you can chat with other boarders or just relax. The element combinations possible at the park are practically endless and guarantee that you won't get bored for a moment.
Further information about the Snowpark can be found at www.snowpark-soelden.com .
Racing & Dropping
Along with the Giggijoch, snowboarders will also find many highlights on the Gaislachkogl. Here you can ride extremely steep chutes or drop fat cliffs. Here, ambitious freeriders will discover pure fun and a new challenge to meet every day of their vacation.
Come to Solden for extreme snowboarding, to jump to race or simply for laid-back turns down the slopes. The ski resort in the Tyrolean Alps with 3 glaciers that are accessible by ski lift invites you to snowboard from October through May.