RESORT DESCRIPTION FOR Söll (SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental)
The ski resort Söll, SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental is located in the Wilder Kaiser Region (Austria, Tyrol (Tirol), Tiroler Unterland) and in the Brixental (Austria, Tyrol (Tirol), Tiroler Unterland, Kitzbüheler Alpen). For skiing and snowboarding, there are 284 km of slopes available. 90 lifts transport the guests. The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 620 and 1,957 m.
The SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental ski resort is one of the largest interconnected winter sports areas in the eastern Alps and Austria. In addition, the ski resort in the Kitzbühel Alps is impressively versatile. The SkiWelt score points with excellent accessibility, numerous children’s areas, Tyrolean charm in mountain huts with gorgeous panoramic views and the highlight – the Alpeniglu-Dorf (Alpine Igloo Village). Skiers of all ability levels will find their slopes here, whereby some very challenging slopes and off-piste opportunities can be found on the Hohen Salve. Multiple funparks and adventure slopes, floodlit toboggan runs and a large night skiing area offer variety. The ski resort stretches across the villages of Söll, Scheffau, Ellmau, Going, Brixen im Thale, Westendorf, Hopfgarten and Itter.
Söll (SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental)
Europe, Austria, Tyrol (Tirol)
0043 (0) 5333 400
Season: December – April
Ski pass price: 49 €
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Snow history for Söll (SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental)
Has the climate crisis and the higher temperatures affected snow conditions in Söll (SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental)?
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For the last 5 years, week 6 has been the most insecure with 78 cm snow depth on average in Söll (SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental).
The measurement is made as an average of the snow depth at the highest and lowest point of the mountain.
Best tips for Söll (SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental)
Söll has long been popular with British beginners and intermediates, attracting both youths and families looking for fun of different kinds. The resort is in fact far from ideal for beginners, but the SkiWelt can be a great area for intermediate cruising. Whether it is depends on the snow. If the weather is coming from Russia, this area can have the best snow in the Alps; but usually it isn’t, and the snow may suffer from afternoon thaws and night-time frost. Many visitors are surprised by the small size of the village (in particular, there aren’t many shops) and the long trek out to the slopes. You may prefer to stay near the lifts and trek into the village in the evening. Or you may prefer, like us, to stay in one of the other SkiWelt resorts – Ellmau along the valley (which has its own chapter) or Westendorf over the hill (covered at the end of this chapter), which has quicker access to the Kitzbühel slopes. Söll is a pleasant, friendly village, bypassed by the main valley road; although its chalet-style buildings spread quite widely, the core is compact – you can explore it on foot thoroughly in a few minutes. The resort is part of the vast SkiWelt – one of Austria’s largest ski areas. You can also progress (via Brixen) to the slopes of Kitzbühel; these and various other ski areas within easy reach, such as Waidring, Fieberbrunn and St Johann, are covered by the Kitzbüheler Alpen AllStarCard ski pass.
- Part of the SkiWelt, one of Austria’s largest linked ski areas
- Local slopes are north-facing, so they keep their snow relatively well
- Lovely intermediate cruising runs
- Pretty village with lively après-sk
- Low altitude can mean poor snow
- Long walk or inadequate bus service from the village to the lifts
- Runs on upper slopes mostly short
- Few challenges except Hohe Salve
Source: Ski Club of Great Britain