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Söll sits in a woody valley below the distinctive dome-shaped peak of the Hohe Salve mountain. From the top, you'll have uninterrupted views across the entire Ski Welt area and the snow-capped craggy Wilder Kaiser ridges.


The resort itself is wonderfully traditional with its onion-domed church and classically Austrian buildings. Over 284km of pistes, 90 hi-speed lifts and 77 rustic Alpine huts and après bars (that's about one every 3km) are waiting for you in this picture postcard area.

At a glance...
  • 284km Ski Welt ski area
  • An intermediate's delight
  • Incredibly picturesque
  • Traditionally Austrian resort
  • Lively après-ski
  • Saturday flying from Gatwick, Manchester or Birmingham
  • 1 hour 30 minute transfer

There's plenty to do off the slopes too. Families will love the sports centre and good choice of childcare facilities. Everyone can get involved in the really buzzing après from about 3pm. It's a great atmosphere with hi-enegry, fun Europop and plenty of dancing in ski boots!


Ski welt ski area

On the mountain

Söll is part of the 284km Ski Welt area which is one of Austria’s largest linked ski areas giving you a huge range of slopes for all abilities. The Hexenwiese ski field just above the resort is the ideal place to make your first turns on snow.


It's intermediates who will love this area the most though as many of the runs are perfect for cruising and chewing up the ski miles. Cruise from valley to valley taking in the pretty villages and rolling scenery along the way.


A good chunk of the local slopes are north-facing so they keep their snow relatively well too. But with over 80% of the slopes having snowmaking, you won't have to worry too much about the conditions. 

Ski Welt piste map

Söll resort stats

Resort altitude: 703m

Skiing altitude: 620m to 1957m

Glacier: No

Ski area size: 284km in the Ski Welt ski area

Number of runs: 279

Range of runs: 43% blue, 45% red and 12% black

Lifts: 20 magic carpets, 19 drags, 35 chairlifts and 16 cable cars

Night skiing: Yes (Wednesday to Saturday each week)

Cross country trails: 196km

Snowmaking: 1700 snow cannons covering 229km 

Resort bus: Yes

Travel info

Söll travel info

Departure airports: Gatwick, Manchester or Birmingham

Departure day: Saturday

Arrival airport: Salzburg

Flying time: approx. 2 hours 

Transfer time: approx. 1 hour 30 minutes

tobogganing in soll

Off the mountain

The lively, pretty village has a cobbled main street lined with numerous cosy cafés, restaurants, bars and shops. Or as you're in the area, take a day trip to the beautiful city of Salzburg, the home of Mozart.


Tobogganing is a firm favourite in Söll with 16km of tracks around the resort. Alternatively, there are plenty of winter walking trails and nearly 200km of cross country to explore. 

soll offers

Söll offers

Save some money for après with our ski & board offers...


Free lift pass for the group leader when 12+ people book and each pre-book a lift pass

après in soll

Don't miss...

Even though Söll has a deserved reputation for being excellent for beginners, advanced skiers and boarders shouldn't discount it. You can ski until you drop in the Ski Welt as the slopes seem to go on forever.


If you're a fan of night skiing, you'll love Söll as it has the longest night skiing slope in all of Austria at 10km long.


The après-ski is not to be missed here. It doesn't matter if you like lively or laid-back, live music or local events, Söll has it all.