enjoy the mountains

and tread new paths

Sölden in the Ötztal Valley has two very special highlights when it comes to varied summer holidays: the area’s western mountain flanks stand for sports and active days amid pasturelands – while the eastern part promises genuine and authentic pasture life at a more leisurely pace. What’s best, more than 20 exploration spots give an insight into this Alpine region of awesome beauty.

Sölden has not invented a completely new theory of relativity. It has simply concentrated on already existing environments by defining “time” and “space” in a different way: we are talking about the beautiful high Alpine pasturelands. Time is relative to the observer and can be measured in hours and minutes or – better – in memorable moments like we do. Pasture life promises a totally new feeling far away from the worries of everyday routine.


Experience “Almzeit Sölden”
Almzeit stands for easy themed hiking trails for families, connecting varied mountain huts and pastures spread all over Sölden’s mountain flanks. Walking from “TIME to TIME” focuses on varied stations amid the picture-book Alpine scenery. With 20 attractive pastureland spots the holiday resort of Sölden boasts Austria’s biggest number of themed pastures and serviced mountain huts in the village’s immediate surroundings. Theme trails focus on forests, nature, precious stones, games, potatoes, rustic parlors, hearty snacks, music, history, panoramic views, animals, water, peaks, hunting grounds, sports, art, gourmet delights, typical specialties, lakes, fairytales, eternal ice, mountain bike and time traveling. A unique experience not to be missed.



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