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Land of the Mountains in Austria

Nature with its gigantic Alps and the Skihotel Edelweiss
Solden-Hochsolden ski resort

In western Austria, you will find the impressive province Tyrol. It's a famous holiday location because of its hospitable inhabitants, traditional Austrian accent, delicious food and varied nature with its gigantic Alps. Spending your summer or winter holiday in this region will impress you!

Tradition, family and solidarity are very important in Tyrol. Anyone who spends their their holiday in the so-called "Holy Land" comes to recognize that. One feels welcome right away and can thus forget the stresses of everyday life during their time here.

The land of Tyrolean patriot Andreas Hofer, Kasnock'n (traditional dish with noodles and melted cheese) and Tyrolean grey cattle impresses its guests with its gorgeous countryside and a wide range of possibilities to enjoy it.

Activities in Tyrol

Tyrol is located in the middle of the Alps and attracts mainly guests who appreciate the crystal clear mountain air and who want to experience many outdoor activities. The mountains always take centre stage. They offer the best conditions for hiking, mountain biking, and cycling in the summer and in winter, the Austrian's favourite hobby: skiing!

Places and Regions in Tyrol

A lot of valleys and regions are perfect for winter sports. But there is only one ski area where you can leave your tracks on mountains which are higher than 3,000 metres. You will find the ski area Sölden-Hochsölden at Ötztal valley. Besides two glaciers, which guarantee snow from October to May, you can also experience the perfectly preperated ski runs of the BIG 3 . Your ski day starts in front of the door of the hotel Edelweiss where you stay.

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