Söll lies within the Skiwelt, Austria's largest inter-connected ski arena and as such provides an ideal destination for winter sport enthusiasts looking to enjoy a variety of skiing, snowboarding, the traditional Tirolean hospitality and the winter wonderland atmosphere.
Enclosed by the Wilder Kaiser mountains and the Brixental valley, one ski pass covers the 280km of pistes, over 90 cable cars and lifts and in excess of 70 mountain huts in which to take a break. Such a vast area provides a host of opportunities for skiing and snowboarding although the area in general is suited for beginners and intermediates and advanced.
The area also includes the villages of Scheffau, Ellmau, Going and Itter on the Wilder Kaiser side and the villages of Brixen, Hopfgarten, Westendorf and Kelchsau on the Brixental side. A combination of lift systems including gondolas, chair-lifts, drag lifts means that you can discover a different piste every day and touring the area is relatively easy as lift connections are excellent. Choose to zigzag between the valleys or explore each one separately, the choice is very definitely yours.
The Skiwelt also offers the snowboarder a few snow parks, while other non-ski traditional off-snow activities and facilities include: kms of winter hiking paths, ice-skating, snowshoeing, two sled runs, and horse-drawn sleigh rides and night skiing in Söll on the longest illuminated run in Austria.
There are plenty of eateries in Söll, from traditional Austrian food, to fondues, pizzerias and Italian fare. Nightlife starts early and ends late with some bars opened to the early morning. The Mill Irish bar,Salven Stadl,Pub Austria,Schulhaus our great après-ski bar with fantastic live bands, and the Whisky Mühle night club goes late into the night.