The ski resort of Solda (German: Sulden am Ortler) is located at the foot of Mount Ortles, the highest mountain (3.905 meters a.s.l.) of South Tyrol.
Solda ski resort
This ski resort offers the most modern cable car lifts in a wonderful scenery of snow, sun and fun besides the breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. Also, it offers slopes of different difficulty and high-quality security system. Besides that, Solda is set in a fantastic world of mountains and glaciers, that makes your holiday here a unique experience! Some of its most interesting slopes: the "Discesa Famiglia" (Family slope) is an easy and scenic track, or the 2.5 km long Kanonenrohr, which is a very steep and narrow black slope with beautiful and breathtaking views.
Thanks to the altitudes ranging from 1,900 to 3,250 meters above sea level and the efficiency of the snowmaking equipment, you can ski on the beautiful slopes of Solda from October until the beginning of May.
The snow park in the ski area of Solda lures freestyle fans in with various boxes, rails, and kickers. In addition, not only is a permanent boardercross track in the free terrain near the Madritsch-Hütte available to check out, but there is also a 100 m long half pipe.
Once per week it is possible to enjoy night skiing on the pistes in the Solda ski area. The piste is illuminated on a length of 2.5 km and the local gastronomy opens just for the purpose of night skiing, which makes Solda a nice night ski area. The conveyor belt at the piste is also illuminated, so that nobody needs to get on the mountain by foot. Everybody who already has a lift pass can go night skiing for free.
Cross-country skiing is possible as well along a network of 8 kilometers of tracks on the valley floor. On the same tracks, it is possible to ski at night, as they are floodlit. For lovers of ski mountaineering, Solda is a real paradise. Mount Ortles, Mount Gran Zebù and the near groups of mountains offer unlimited possibilities and tracks of any level and difficulty.
The village of Solda is located at 1,840 m asl, in the centre of the National Park of Solda and is a little mountain village with less than 400 inhabitants.