Sporty and athletic: international training teams improve their skiing technique and speed on the red and black slopes of Rettenbach Glacier. Additionally, even skilled hobby skiers enjoy the fairly steep and demanding World Cup slope and its demanding ski runs. This ultimate challenge should only be accepted by those who are really in an excellent shape. It is not for nothing that the giant slalom in Sölden is considered one of the most difficult of the entire FIS Alpine Ski World Cup.
Adjacent Tiefenbach Glacier boasts blue and red slopes and is quite relaxing. The much gentler, flatter terrain promises great fun for beginners and slightly advanced. You can mix hard and tender as you like: the connecting glacier ski run (6SK Seiterkar - SL Seiterjöchl) and Schwarze Schneid ski tunnel at 3240 m link both Rettenbach and Tiefenbach Glaciers and can be easily reached from both sides.