Söll has long been popular with beginners and intermediates, attracting both youths looking for fun and families looking for a quiet time.
Söll sits at the foot of the Hohe Salve Mountains, boasting fantastic skiing and authentic, traditional Tyrolean hospitality. Connected to the SkiWelt ski area, there is access to 284km of pistes from the resort and 90 modern ski lifts to get you around the mountain with ease.
Resort Altitude: 620m
Resort Skiing: 1,957m
Total Ski Area: 284km
Blue Runs: 122km
Red Runs: 129km
Black Runs: 33km
Söll can be one of the most snow-sure resorts in the Alps. Many of the local slopes are north-facing, meaning they keep their snow relatively well throughout the season for optimal meandering conditions. The area is extensive, making it a haven for beginner and intermediate skiers looking to spend their holiday cruising along wide open pistes.
Söll has a beautifully traditional village and some extremely appealing slopes. The slopes are best designed for beginners and novice intermediates, with many of the reds more like slightly difficult blues. The pistes are always well groomed and maintained, making it easy to get your edges in and carve away the day.
Söll is a fantastic location for novice boarders; soft snow and wide slopes make it ideal for those just getting their turns in and building their confidence. There are also a minimal number of T-bar lifts making getting around the slopes much easier for those not too familiar with a board.
There are a wide range of courses on offer in Söll, with both on and off-piste lessons available. Covering everything from a child's first time on skis, right through to experts that have been skiing for many years, there are instructors that can cater to every need.
There is childcare available at KiKo; opening times are coordinated with ski courses and there are small children's lessons available. The ski area has a magic carpet and is designed so that children learn through playing.
The Moonlight Bar at the bottom of the valley, Hexenkessel at the base of the gondola and the Gasthöf Stöckalm at the mid-station are firm favourites for après. Also, the Salvenstadl (Cow Shed) is on the edge of the village and is bustling with live music from 3pm onwards. For something more relaxed, head to the Rossini Cafe and Bella Vita.
Those visiting Söll that aren't wanting to ski have plenty of other activities available to them, including; winter hiking trails, cross-country skiing, curling, PANORAMA swimming baths (indoor pool with hot outdoor pool, sauna, massage parlour and tanning studio), horse-drawn sleigh rides, paragliding, squash, bowling, camping and much more.