While the 65 kilometre long Ötz Valley is firmly in skiers' hands during the winter, the summer offers its own very special variety for recreation and relaxation. What you can expect here:
Insider tip: Follow the flowing trails from the Giggijochbahn mountain station to Hochsölden.
With perfectly maintained routes, single trails, nature trails and sharp lines, the Bike Republic terrain around Hochsölden is both unique and challenging. The newly created Traien Trail, which takes you from the Restaurant Sonnblick in Hochsölden downhill towards the lake, is a technically sophisticated route that is not for the faint hearted.
You will reach the well signposted hiking routes to the most beautiful places of the Ötz Valley Nature Park from Hochsölden.
Two-wheeler fans can climb the Timmelsjoch and other mountain pass roads with their motorbikes or racing bikes. The Bike Republic Sölden has created a terrain for all mountain bike and freerider enthusiasts that is simply unparalleled in Tyrol.
Mountain boots laced, hiking backpack packed and off you go. This hike takes you to the Restaurant Sonnblick in Hochsölden right in the middle of the Ötz Valley mountain landscape and high up on the sunny terrace of Sölden.
Unique panoramic views and the host family Riml are waiting to welcome you with delicious Tyrolean alpine cuisine. There is a play area for children.
By the way, the restaurant is situated directly beside the new downhill route of the Bike Republic Sölden!
Themed hiking trails. Adventure playgrounds. Mountain & bathing lakes. Ötzi village. Pump trail in the Bike Republic Sölden. Mini golf. Sölden Leisure Arena. Families on holiday in the Ötz Valley mountains can expect numerous adventures and plenty of open nature.
The Ötztal Card is your all-inclusive ticket for all public transport, swimming pools, bathing lakes, thematic museums, the Aqua Dome, bike rental and organized hiking tours throughout the Ötz Valley. Optionally available for three, seven or ten days.
Inclusive services of the Ötztal Card in detail: