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Ski paradise in the Ötztal Valley in Tyrol
In Solden-Hochsolden in Tyrol, Austria the most snow-sure ski area of the Alpine regions call out to the passionate skiers and snowboarders. Surrounded by the Stubai and Otz Alps an elite snow world opens up with the summits surrounding Solden-Hochsolden in Tyrol, Austria.
The Ski Hotel Edelweiss sits in the middle of the Hochsolden Ski Area. You hop on your skis directly at the doorstep of your four-star superior hotel and off you go! After a few swings you reach the first of 33 lifts and cable cars in the Hochsolden Ski Area. The Hochsolden ski area in the Ötztal Valley lies between 2,090 and 3,340 metres above sea level. 150 kilometres of top groomed pistes and slopes, which are snow-sure from the end of October through the beginning of May, await you.
Solden-Hochsolden in Tyrol, Austria: A Slice of Tyrol in the Heart of Austria
The Ötztal Valley is a perfect glacier and snow paradise in the Alpine regions. Winter sports fans have long declared the Ötztal Valley in Tyrol as their preferred ski and snowboard territory: pistes that stretch for numerous kilometres, finest powder snow and modern lift facilities guarantee carvers, snowboarders and snow fans piste enjoyment of the highest quality. No reason to stop having fun after a day spent skiing: in Solden you will experience the Austrian Apres Ski and the great atmosphere in the bars and restaurants.
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Visit Solden-Hochsolden in Tyrol, Austria: the location in the middle of the mountain world and the excellent infrastructure guarantee variety and relaxation during your holidays in Solden-Hochsolden in Tyrol, Austria. Relaxing holidays in a glacier and snow paradise await you without long queues at the lifts and without noisy streets. Send a no obligation enquiry for your next skiing holidays in Solden-Hochsolden in Tyrol, Austria to Ski Hotel Edelweiss – your hotel located directly on the pistes - today.