The ski areas of Sölden and Ober-/Hochgurgl are some of the most beautiful and highest located ski area of the Alps. Sölden – venue of the ski world cup – is one of the largest and probably the best-developed ski area in the Alps: the different slopes range from the challenging 6 km long “Super Run” – which starts at the Gaislachkogl (3058 m) – over the vast, sunny pleasure-slopes at the Giggijoch over Hochsölden (High Sölden) to the soft training slopes around Innerwald. The longest slope measures 15 km with a difference in altitude of 1970 m. Between the demanding Rettenbach Glacier and the soft Tiefenbach Glacier an 8-people cable car, a 6-people chairlift, a 4-people chairlift and 5 drag-lifts form a 36 km-long ski circuit. The two glaciers are linked via an 8-people cable car, a 180 m-long ski tunnel as well as a 1700 m-long road tunnel. In total, the ski resort consists of 34 lift system and 150 km ski slopes including 2 downhill valley runs.
The well-known holiday resort Zwieselstein also offers optimal conditions for an active holiday in the summer. First and foremost, there is a more than 300 km-long grid of hiking trails, ranging from easy promenades in the valley to high-alpine mountain hikes. Cable cars and chairlifts make the upper regions more easily accessible. In the center of a vast, in part very challenging mountain biking region every biker gets their money’s worth. The center of sports activities in Zwieselstein is the Freizeitarena (leisure arena) with a fitness center, a climbing wall, 5 tennis courts (2 of them indoor), 4 bowling alleys and the “Alpenbad”, an indoor swimming pool with a large sauna area. On your hikes in Oetz Valley you will discover many mountain pastures and cosy, country-style restaurants where you can take a break and strengthen yourself with regional meals.
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