Ski area Soll

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SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental

Mountain range Kitzbuheler Alpen
Vertical drop - 1957 meters
Descent meters

Mountain(s) Hohe Salve 1829m

Ski slopes

233 ski slopes, 288km
  • novice126km
  • intermediate127km
  • expert35km

Longest slope 7.0km
Loipes 196km

Ski lifts

drag- chair- gondolas
39 35 16
Total lifts 90
capacity: 14656 persons/hour

Ski pass

Currency: euro
Daycard adult 55.50
6-day card 249.00
Daycard child 28.00
6-day card 124.00

Altitude

Low (<1000m)27%
Intermediate (<=2000m)73%
High alpine (>3000m)0%

Slope angle

Bit steep 8%
Steep 3%
Very steep 1%

Orientation

North 34%
East 22%
South 23%
West 21%

Soll ratings

Ski resort ratings for Soll compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 174 reviews.

Overall 76 Skiing 73Skiregion 68
BeginnerIntermediateAdvancedOff-PisteSnow
7.4 6.98.2 7.67.0 7.77.5 7.15.8 6.9
FamilyAtmosphereNatureWalkingLifts
6.8 7.68.3 7.87.4 6.77.3 7.77.0 7.0

Soll reviews

We visited Soll last year and stayed at the Hotel Sport Modlinger. This Hotel is situated at the bottom end of the village and there is a ski bus to the Ski School meeting point. The Sport Modlinger is pretty basic 2/3 star but the food was nice and the staff are very friendly. The village is a charming little place with enough to keep a family interested. The bars are excellent especially the whisky Muller. We arrived at this bar and were a bit worried about taking the children in as we were unsure if they would be allowed. "Hey England You've a lot to learn off these Austrian people". The staff were brilliant with the kids and even started to play board games with them while we h
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Address
Tourismusverband Wilder Kaiser Dorf 35 6352 Ellmau Austria Tel.: +43 / 50509 Fax: +43 / 50509190 Email: office@wilderkaiser.info
Soell Tirol Austria

Austria`s largest interconnected ski area the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental

SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental is Austria's largest interconnected ski area. With 280 km runs, 90 modern cable cars and lifts, more than 70 refreshment stops, skiing here is simply world class.

Over 70 of the most beautiful Alpine huts and mountain restaurants in Austria, sun decks and snow bars, mostly family businesses, invite you to stop in for a bite to eat. Comfort, hospitality, Tyrolean specialities and genuine Tyrolean charm set the tone here – and from a purely statistical standpoint, you can stop for refreshment every 3.3 km!

When it comes to reliable snow the conditions here are also unbeatable: SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental is particularly blessed with natural snow.
In addition, from 280 km of slope, 250 km can be completely covered with manmade snow.
1,600 snowmaking machines in the area guarantee it!

From treeless summit slopes for carvers, richly varied

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