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One board. Two mountains. Heaps of fun.

Airtime and powder, rails and kickers: All this and much more awaits snowboarders in the Sölden ski area. At scenic Gaislachkogl and Giggijoch, powder snow fans can look forward to countless off-piste variants that have it all. The heart of all freestylers beats faster in the Area 47 Snow Park, as this "playground" has a large number of jumps and rails that make the adrenaline level fly high!

Sölden powder heaven

Snowboarders who like to go off-piste will find ideal conditions to perfect their powder turns in the Sölden ski area. The freeride area at Giggijoch is especially suitable for freeride novices, as the terrain is only moderately steep and just short hikes are required to reach the deep snow runs.

At opposite Gaislachkogl, which is over 3000 meters high, it’s a bit different. The fairly exposed Gaislachkogl summit offers great powder stashes towards all directions - with up to 2000 altitude meters. This is why this area is recommended only to experienced snowboarders who have their board firmly under control and are expert freeriders in the open terrain.

Whether Giggijoch or Gaislachkogl, the freeriding motto is: Safety comes first! There are several freeride checkpoints available that provide information about the current avalanche hazard. Complete freeride equipment, comprising airbag rucksack, avalanche transceiver (beeper), probe, shovel and helmet are a prerequisite for discovering off-piste slopes.

HERE you will find more details on freeriding in Sölden

Jumping around!

Over the past few years, the AREA 47 Snow Park Sölden has become a real insider tip among snowboarders. Why? Well, the varied park setup is constantly being developed and changed. Every year, snowboard freestylers can face new challenges on several jumps, rails, boxes and wall rides.

The snow park located at Giggijoch, offers a very attractive blend of different obstacles suitable for beginners, advanced as well as real freestyle aficionados. The unrivaled park includes kicker lines of different sizes plus a huge variety of fun-packed rails and boxes, such as a “double elbow rail” that features two turns.

HERE you will find all details on AREA 47 Snow Park Sölden