Mighty Wilder Kaiser mountain range
The scenic valley floor of Söll can be found right in-between the Northern limestone Alps and the slate peaks of the Kitzbühel Alps. A number of fabulous hamlets belonging to Söll and its 3500 inhabitants are spread all over the area. This place is still deeply rooted in traditions, especially the area's milk farmers have been preserving the country's heritage. Honey from Söll and some 60 homemade schnaps delights rank among the undisputed culinary highlights. The Wilder Kaiser massif towers high above the quaint village, offering wonderful views of the valley and the holiday resort. Söll and its splendid surroundings are always worth a visit - in summer and winter alike.
Söll winter paradise
A top modern 8-person gondola takes mountain fans from the village of Söll right to the peak of Hohe Salve, a perfect starting point for exploring this superb winter wonderland: the giant Wilder Kaiser – Brixental ski area is known as a real winter sport paradise full of superlatives. What's best, this is Austria's biggest interconnected ski area with some 279 slope kilometers - 225 of them are covered with artificial snow-making systems. 90 mountain lifts and gondolas give access to the ski region where skiers and snowboarders will enjoy the ski holiday of their lifetime. About 70 mountain huts and inns are spread over the ski area, serving homemade delights and fine schnaps – one of the countless culinary attractions in Söll. And when the day comes to an end, night skiers get ready and hit the floodlit ski slopes in Tirol's largest night ski region. Memorable winter holidays are guaranteed in Söll.