BIG 3 THINK BIG – THINK SÖLDEN
SPORTSHOP/VERLEIH
HIGHLIGHTS
IN THE SÖLDEN SKI AREA
BIG 3 GOURMET VIEW
BIG 3 - 3 PEAKS BEYOND 3000 METERS IN THE SÖLDEN SKI AREA
BIG 3 stands for three ultimate mountain peaks higher than 3,000 meters, which are accessible by state-of-the-art mountain lifts in the Sölden ski area.
BIG 3 - Gaislachkogl (3,048 m), Tiefenbachkogl (3,250 m) and Schwarze Schneide (3,340 m): Three modernly designed viewing platforms, three ski mountains
and three stunning panoramic views in XXL format! Sölden‘s marvelous BIG 3 peaks mark a new dimension in skiing and experiencing the Alpine scenery,
opening up new perspectives in winter tourism.
Rettenbach & Tiefenbach Glacier Ski Areas
Bergbahnen Sölden
Ötztaler Gletscherbahn GmbH & Co KG
Dorfstraße 115, 6450 Sölden
T +43 (0) 5254 508
F +43 (0) 5254 508 120
bergbahnen@soelden.com
www.soelden.com
ADRENALIN CUP SÖLDEN 2015/16
Getting Here
BIG 3 – SCHWARZE SCHNEIDE (3,340 m)
BIG 3 - TIEFENBACHKOGL (3,250 m)
BIG 3 - GAISLACHKOGL (3,048 m)
The natural viewing platform can be reached within
a 15-minute uphill walk (altitude gain: 90 m). The
vantage point is located right above the Schwarze
Schneid (3,250 m) top terminal. Stunning 360°
views up to 100km are waiting for you.
Next to Tiefenbach gondola‘s top terminal (3,249m)
you find a breathtaking footbridge towering high
above the valley and the ice fields with the wonderful
Wildspitze (3,776m) - Tirol‘s highest mountain peak as lovely backdrop.
The BIG3 viewing platform is located on the rooftop
terrace of the newly built restaurant at Gaislachkogl
(3,048 m). It is accessible from the mountain peak
via a suspension bridge.
BIG3 PHOTO POINT
Alpine accident reports during ski lift operation
(ski accidents, avalanches, etc.) Warning center:
Mittelstation Gaislachkoglbahn
BIG3 PHOTO POINT
Winter Walking
BIG3 PHOTO POINT
4SK Rettenbachjoch*
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SB Tiefenbachgletscher (2,796 m)
A4 Skihütte Bergzauber (1,515 m)
RESTAURANT TIROLERSTUBE
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8EUB Schwarze Schneide I
G Hühnersteign (2,000 m)
A5 Stabele Alm (1,945 m)
E62
8EUB Schwarze Schneide II
H Gampe Thaya (2,000 m)
LEGEND
Sample mouth-watering Tirolean specialties in a very homey atmosphere, served in our ancient wooden „Stube“ parlor on the
ground floor or the sunny terrace with table service.
Zentrum Shuttle
E63
SL Karleskogl*
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Gampe Alm (2,000 m)
B21
SL Innerwald I
E64
SL Seiterjöchl
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Stabele Schirmbar (1,925 m)
Snow Park
B22
SL Innerwald II
E65
6SK Seiterkar
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Rotkoglhütte (2,662 m)
Race course
Sonnblick (2,090 m)
Information
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8EUB Tiefenbachferner
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SL Mutkogl
M Jacks Glühweinhütte (2,070 m)
Floodlit ski run
C30
8EUB Giggijoch
E68
SL Panorama*
N Eugens Obstlerhütte (1,950 m)
Cross-country ski trail
C31
6SK Langegg
E69
Mini Tiefenbach*
O Heidealm (2,130 m)
Ice skating
C33
Mini Giggijoch
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Toboggan run / 5 km
C34
4SK Hainbachkar
C35
4SK Silberbrünnl
C36
8SK Giggijoch
C37
C38
* Mountain lifts in autumn operation;
in winter they are open if required.
Almferienclub Silbertal (1,982 m)
Q Alpengh. Gaislachalm (1,968 m)
Mogul runs
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Gasthof Sonneck (1,968 m)
Paragliding
easy 69,5 km
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Bubis Ski- & Almhütte (1,951 m)
4SK Roßkirpl
intermediate 44,9 km
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Löple Alm (1,992 m)
DSB Rotkogl
difficult 29,2 km
U Goldegg Alm (1,912 m)
Ski route 1,9 km
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SKI RUNS
Total 145,5 km
Philipp (1,460 m)
€
- 1,9 km Ski Route
Open daily from 27 Nov 2015, 8.30 am - 4.30 pm
Warm meals served 11.00 am - 3.45 pm
- High alpine location of the slopes up to 3,340 m
- Artificial snow-making system on some 67 % of the slopes
• Winter and glacier ski areas are perfectly linked to each other
The quaint „Stube“ parlor in traditional style or the inn‘s windprotected terrace are a perfect setting for a hearty Austrian
meal prepared with love to the detail.
The self-service restaurant nestles in a picture-book
location right on the walking route to the glacier. It maCar park (free of charge)
kes a marvelous rest stop thanks to its huge choice of
Covered parking (free of charge)
Mediterranean dishes.
Ski pass desk
Open daily from 27 Nov 2015, 9.00 am - 4.00 pm
Wi-Fi
Warm meals served 11.00 am - 3.30 pm
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Giggijoch (2,284 m)
The center of the ski area:
4 SK Silberbrünnl quad chair lift takes you up to the glacier.
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• Longest ski run: some 15 km, 2,000 m of difference in altitude
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if you ski from the BIG3 viewing platform at Schwarze Schneide
(3,340 m) down to the valley (1,370 m)
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• About 400 m² of skiable terrain for every skier
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• Free parking lots
• Ski storage areas and rental stations at the base terminals
• Free Wi-Fi in the ski area
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Rotkoglhütte (2,662 m)
Wonderful view of Rettenbach Glacier and the
“Golden Gate to the Glacier“ connecting ski lifts.
Gletscherexpress (2,756 m)
Within a 5-minute ride you leave the winter ski area
and reach the glacier ski area.
Rettenbach Glacier (2,675 – 3,250 m)
Venue of the annual Ski World Cup Opening.
The Schwarze Schneide 8-person gondola
whisks you up to the first BIG3 peak at 3,250 m.
BIG 3 – Schwarze Schneide (3,340 m)
Natural platform offering a 360° panoramic view.
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Ausserwindau
Giggijochbahn Base Terminal (1,353 m)
Starting point for the incredible BIG3 tour of the entire ski area –
three 3,000 meter high mountains.
thanks to the „Golden Gate to the Glacier“ ski lifts
Open daily from 20 Nov 2015, 8.15 am - 4.30 pm
Warm meals served 11.00 am - 4.00 pm
RESTAURANT SCHWARZKOGL
Mittelwindau
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- 2 glacier ski areas at Rettenbach & Tiefenbach
WIRTSHAUS GIGGIJOCH
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Apotheke
Gemeinde
Ski Tunnel (3,223 m)
170 m long tunnel connecting Rettenbach Glacier to Tiefenbach Glacier.
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BIG 3 – Tiefenbachkogl (3,250 m)
Footbridge amid the rocks with great views of the Wildspitze,
Tirol‘s highest mountain (3,776 m).
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Seiterjöchl (3,051 m)
Start of the 12 km long downhill run to Gaislachkoglbahn base
terminal, featuring no less than 1,690 meters of difference in altitude.
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Rettenbachtal
You leave the glacier and return to the winter ski area.
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BIG 3 – Gaislachkogl (3,048 m)
This 3,000 meter high peak was made accessible in 1966 for
the first time. Recently a scenic viewing platform was installed.
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Gaislachkoglbahn Base Terminal (1,370 m)
Three 3,000 meter high mountains, 50 kilometers of ski runs - You have conquered the BIG3. The free skibus shuttle takes you back to Giggijochbahn.
Always follow the green signposts:
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FREIZEIT-ARENA
Hallenbad
• SNOW IS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED from October through May
thanks to the
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GIGGIJOCH TAL
1350 m
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Landeplatz
- 29,2 km difficult
• 33 mountain huts and inns within the ski area
Rainstadl
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A3 Station Bar (2,674 m)
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Open daily from 27 Nov 2015, 9.00 am - 4.30 pm
Warm meals served 11.30 am - 3.00 pm
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A2 s‘ Finale (1,465 m)
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Innere Windau
- 44,9 km intermediate
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GLETSCHER
Platte
- 69,5 km easy
Abzweigung
Gletscherstraße
Grünwald
Hof
Eislaufplatz
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Hochsölden
2090 m
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Innerwald
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A1 Panorama Alm (1,500 m)
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Restaurant Tiroler Stube
• Ski area located between 1,350 - 3,340 m
• 145,5 km of slopes:1
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Rauth Alm (1,494 m)
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• 33 state-of-the-art mountain lifts with an hourly capacity of
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Right on top of Gaislachkogl peak (3048 m) you will find the new
ice Q Gourmet Restaurant. Indulge in truly outstanding culinary
delicacies served in the panorama restaurant‘s highly exclusive
ambiance or in the scenic ice Q Wine & Tapas Lounge encircled
by the stunning Alpine scenery.
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Wirtshaus Giggijoch
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SÖLDEN SKI AREA FACTS + ADVANTAGES
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2942 m
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2940 m
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3058 m
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2174 m
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3S Gaislachkogl II
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Rofelewand
3554 m
Puitkogl
3345 m
Schwarzkogl
3018 m
Pollestürme
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Karleskogl
3016 m
Verpeilspitze
3425 m
Wassertalkogl
3247 m
Mittagskopf
3162 m
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2727 m
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Rotkogljoch
2662 m
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3533 m
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3392 m
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3014 m
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3393 m
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2942 m
Rotkogl
2940 m
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Schwarzkogl
3018 m
Hint. Brunnenkogl
3440 m
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3395 m
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3309 m
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3345 m
Mutkogl
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Wassertalkogl
3247 m
Mittagskopf
3162 m
Karleskogl
3016 m
Rofelewand
3554 m
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Verpeilspitze
3425 m
BIG
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Rostizkogl
3392 m
Weißer Kogl
3409 m
Taufkarkogl
3367 m
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3393 m
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3533 m
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Hint. Brochkogl
3635 m
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The Adrenalin Pass costs
€ 5 per day, but not more than
€ 25 per skipass.
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SKI HUTS
Within the whole Sölden ski area you will find free internet access points
(WLAN, WI-FI) in many hot spots. Simply select soelden free.
Wildspitze
3774 m
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SÖLDEN 2015/16
Thanks to its high-altitude and wide open location the Sölden ski area offers a myriad of slopes and ski runs. The 15 km long ski trail leading from the BIG3
viewing platform at Schwarze Schneide (3,340 m) down to Gaislachkogl base terminal (1,370 m) ranks among the longest downhill ski runs. The difference
in altitude of almost 2,000 meters makes this route a unique highlight in all of Austria.
The following overview provides you with details on the steepest slopes and the longest ski runs featuring the biggest altitude gains within the ski area:
Mittelberg
Ferner
SKI HUTS
By entering your skipass number, the Skiline altimeter graph provides you
with all the necessary information about your daily altitude meters, altitude
gain, number of ski lifts used and slope kilometers. Check your personal
graph online at soelden.com/skiline or print it out at one of the Skiline terminals at the base stations down in the valley.
The BIG 3 Rally is a unique way to explore the entire ski area. You start at the Giggijochbahn base terminal: the route leads from Giggijoch via Rettenbach Glacier
to the first BIG3 experience at Schwarze Schneide (3,340 m), further on to Tiefenbach Glacier and the second BIG3 peak, Tiefenbachkogl (3,250 m). From Tiefenbach
Glacier you return to Rettenbach Glacier and then to the base terminal of Gaislachkoglbahn which takes you on top of the third BIG3 summit, Gaislachkogl (3,048
m). Conquering three mountain peaks higher than 3,000 meters, enjoying three 360° panoramas, skiing some 50 km in only one day makes a truly outstanding
experience which can be rarely found in all Europe. Expert skiers and snowboarders can do the BIG3 Rally in approximately 4 hours.
Weißer Kogl
3409 m
Taufkarkogl
3367 m
GOLDEN GATE
TO THE GLACIER
SKILINE
ADRENALIN PASS
Every participant in the Adrenalin Cup
needs an Adrenalin Pass which is
available from all mountain lift
cash desks of Bergbahnen Sölden.
Wildspitze
3774 m
GAISLACHKOGL
The Snow Park Sölden is located next to 4SK Hainbachkar (C34) chair lift at
about 2450 m above sea level. Among the park‘s attractions rank several
lines of varying difficulty and a huge number of jibs, rails, boxes etc.
Chill-out area incl. loungers and music. Open daily 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.
For more detailed information go to: snowpark-soelden.com
LONGEST SKI RUNS - STEEPEST SLOPES
Hint. Brochkogl
3635 m
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BIG 3 Photo Rally
SNOW PARK GIGGIJOCH
BIG 3 RALLY
Misprints, printing errors and omissions excepted. Rates subject to change.
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Concept & layout: Bergbahnen Sölden, Mag. Jakob Falkner
Photos: Archiv Bergbahnen Sölden, R. Wyhlidal, A. Niederstrasser, I. Nösig, B. Spöttel,
T. Klocker, J. Falkner, G. Mangold, HAT, M. Klotz, E. Lorenzi, Arch. Obermoser, F.
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A brand-new Fun Slope can be found on the top station of 8SK Giggijoch
(C36) chair lift, promising unlimited fun for winter sport aficionados of all ages
and abilities. Short jumps, steep turns, tunnels and many more fun elements
make a real paradise for kids and adults alike. More details and pictures at
soelden.com/funslope
With your ski pass you can check points and scores, riding times, videos and
photos online at adrenalincup.soelden.com.
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The fun-filled Adrenalin Cup is a fully automated contest comprising 10 different disciplines for everyone. All disciplines are measured electronically.
Depending on the competition, an automatic action video is made or a really
cool fun photo is taken. Everyone can join the contest, no matter who and
how old, no matter if skier, rider or boarder. Try all 10 disciplines as often as
you can, improve your performance and collect points. The more disciplines
you try, the better it is. The 10 Adrenalin Cup disciplines are the following:
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THE LONGEST DOWNHILL TRAILS IN THE SKI AREA
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Finish
1
BIG3 Platform Schwarze Schneide (3,340 m)
Gaislachkoglbahn (1,360 m)
Length
15 km
Difference in altitude
1,980 m
3,340 m
2
BIG3 Platform Gaislachkogl (3,048 m)
Gaislachkoglbahn (1,360 m)
10 km
1,688 m
3,048 m
3
Rosskirpl 4-person chair lift, top station (2,744 m)
Giggijochbahn (1,353 m)
9 km
1,391 m
2,744 m
4
Rotkoglhütte (2,660 m)
Gaislachkoglbahn (1,360 m)
8 km
1,300 m
2,660 m
5
Heidebahn top station (2,428 m)
Gaislachkoglbahn (1,360 m)
9 km
1,068 m
2,428 m
THE STEEPEST SLOPES IN THE SKI AREA
A
Night Skiing Show slope
black piste no. 3
B
World Cup slope at Rettenbach Glacier
black piste no. 31
C
Top-to-bottom ski trail - Silver
black piste no. 7
D
Steep slope at Roßkirpl 4-person chair lift
black piste no. 14
E
Schwarzkogl 4-person chair lift
black piste no. 25
Offizielles Trainingsgebiet der
Deutschen Ski-Nationalmannschaft Alpin
altitude of start
www.aqua-dome.at
EVENTS AUTUMN/WINTER 2015/2016
BIG 3 Schwarze Schneide (3,340 m) 360° panoramic view
Sölden. Hot Spot in the Alps.
the spa resort of the alps
GLACIER OPENING 2015
Rettenbach Glacier
10 - 11 Oct 2015
Opening of the winter season 2015/16. Free ski, snowboard and equipment test
of all renowned brands.
FIS SKI WORLD CUP
OPENING 2015
Rettenbach Glacier
23 - 25 Oct 2015
SKI PASS RATES WINTER 2015/2016 (14 NOV 2015 – 24 APR 2016)
PRICES IN €
PEAK SEASON
19 Dec 2015 – 08 Jan 2016
23 Jan 2016 – 08 Apr 2016
LOW SEASON
14 Nov 2015 – 18 Dec 2015
09 Jan 2016 – 22 Jan 2016
09 Apr 2016 – 24 Apr 2016
Adults
Adults
DAYS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
NIGHT SKI TICKET
–> Discounted lift tickets (e.g. children, youths, seniors, handicapped,
Adults
ALL SEASONS
14 Nov 2015 – 24 Apr 2016
Children
Youth
Seniors
born 2001–2007
born 1996–2000
Women born 1956 or before
Men born 1951 or before
Ski pass from 11.00 am
46,00
42,50
23,00
34,50
39,00
Ski pass from 12.00 noon
42,50
39,00
21,00
32,00
36,00
Ski pass from 01.00 pm
37,00
35,50
18,50
28,00
31,50
Ski pass from 02.00 pm
27,50
25,00
14,00
20,50
23,50
1 day
51,00
50,00
25,50
38,50
43,50
10.00
Children
5.00
Snow kids
1.00
Season pass holders
SINGLE RIDES for non-skiers
81,00
46,00
68,50
78,00
2 days
100,50
95,50
50,50
75,50
85,50
3 days
141,50
130,50
71,00
106,00
120,50
GAISLACHKOGLBAHN
27.00
15.50
11.00
5.50
5.00
3.50
15.00
7.50
Adults
4 days
184,00
168,50
92,00
138,00
156,50
Uphill & downhill ride (both cableway sections)
5 days
229,00
203,00
114,50
172,00
194,50
Uphill ride (1 section)
6 days
7 days
FLEXIBLE PASS 5 in 7 days
261,00
290,00
245,50
235,00
261,00
218,00
130,50
145,00
123,00
196,00
217,50
184,00
222,00
246,50
208,50
Downhill ride (1 section)
8 days
318,00
284,00
159,00
238,50
270,50
9 days
340,50
305,50
170,50
255,50
289,50
GIGGIJOCH 8-person gondola
10 days
363,00
326,50
181,50
272,50
308,50
11 days
385,50
348,50
193,00
289,00
327,50
12 days
408,00
369,50
204,00
306,00
347,00
13 days
430,00
390,00
215,00
322,50
365,50
14 days
452,50
410,00
226,50
339,50
384,50
FLEXIBLE PASS 11 in 14 days
396,50
358,00
198,00
297,50
337,00
Uphill & downhill ride (1 section)
Uphill & downhill ride
DAYS
Adults
Children
15.00
born 2001–2007
Seniors
born 1996–2000
Women born 1956 or before
Men born 1951 or before
Adults
Children
Ski passes are only available as hands-free key cards.
Purchasing the Key Card lift ticket you pay a single deposit of Euro 3.00. This
deposit will be refunded if the key card is returned in a reusable condition. You
can return Key Cards at all ski pass offices and sports shops and at most gas
stations, pubs, bars and restaurants.
SCHWARZE SCHNEIDE gondola & TIEFENBACH gondola
15.00
7.50
Uphill ride
11.00
5.50
5.00
3.50
Downhill ride
Mini lift for beginners (E69) - Tiefenbach Glacier
15.00
Seniors
born 2001–2007
born 1996–2000
Women born 1956 or before
Men born 1951 or before
BEGINNERS‘ TICKET INNERWALD
1/2-day ski pass from 11.00 am
Adults
Children
8.00
5.00
12.00
7.00
Ski pass from 11.00 am
36,00
18,00
27,00
30,50
40,50
20,50
30,50
34,50
1 day ski pass
29,50
15,00
22,00
25,00
36,00
18,00
27,00
30,50
Snow kids: € 1.00 per day
Ski pass from 01.00 pm
24,00
12,00
18,00
20,50
30,50
15,50
23,00
26,00
Ski pass from 02.00 pm
20,00
10,00
15,00
17,00
24,50
12,50
18,50
21,00
These tickets are valid only at the T-bar ski lifts in Innerwald. Ticket sale point:
Sporthütte Sport Shop - Innerwald (top station of Zentrum Shuttle)
1 day
40,50
20,50
30,50
34,50
46,50
23,50
35,00
39,50
1.5 days from 11.00 am
60,50
30,50
45,50
51,50
74,00
37,00
55,50
63,00
2 days
75,00
37,50
56,50
64,00
89,00
44,50
67,00
BEGINNERS‘ TICKET GIGGIJOCH
Adults
Children
75,50
1/2-day ski pass from 11.00 am
20.00
10.00
26.00
13.00
3 days
101,00
50,50
76,00
86,00
120,00
60,00
90,00
102,00
1 day ski pass
4 days
128,00
64,00
96,00
109,00
153,00
76,50
115,00
130,00
Snow kids: € 1.00 per day
5 days
153,00
76,50
115,00
130,00
181,00
90,50
136,00
154,00
These tickets are valid only for 8UB Giggijoch, mini lift Giggijoch, 4SK
Hainbachkar and DSB Rotkogl.
6 days
176,50
88,50
132,50
150,00
209,00
104,50
157,00
177,50
7 days
194,00
97,00
145,50
165,00
236,00
118,00
177,00
200,50
FLEXIBLE PASS 5 in 7 days
164,00
82,00
123,00
139,50
194,00
97,00
145,50
165,00
8 days
210,50
105,50
158,00
179,00
259,00
129,50
194,50
220,00
9 days
227,00
113,50
170,50
193,00
281,00
140,50
211,00
239,00
10 days
243,00
121,50
182,50
206,50
303,50
152,00
227,50
258,00
11 days
258,50
129,50
194,00
219,50
325,50
163,00
244,00
276,50
Season Pass
type 1
Season Pass
type 2
Season Pass
type 3
272,00
136,00
204,00
231,00
348,00
174,00
261,00
296,00
Adults
400.00
547.00
670.00
286,50
143,50
215,00
243,50
370,00
185,00
277,50
314,50
14 days
300,00
150,00
225,00
255,00
391,50
196,00
293,50
333,00
335.00
198,50
225,00
336,00
168,00
252,00
285,50
Ski pass rates for 15+ days available on request. Misprints, printing errors and omissions excepted. Rates subject to change.
Children
200.00
261.00
Youth, disabled persons
300.00
413.00
Seniors
300.00
413.00
WICHTIG:
Das Upgrade muss bereits
beim Kauf des
Skipasses aufgebucht
werden. Ein Nachkauf
ist nicht möglich
536.00
/ UPGRADE PRICE PER
Erwachsene, Jugendliche,
Senioren
Adults, youth, seniors
Kinder (Kinder bis 8 Jahre
frei)
Children (children up
to 8 years go free)
PERSON*
€
ochgurgl
WINTER 2015/16
10,-
536.00
GEMEINSAMER SKIPASS
Sölden & Obergurgl-H
Common skipass
6,-
* Zuschlag zum jeweilig
gültigen Tarif (gemäß
Preisliste der Bergbahnen
Hochgurgl) / Supplement
Sölden bzw. Obergurglto actual fare (according
to the price lists of the
Hochgurgl cableway operating
Sölden and Obergurglcompanies)
ALLGEMEINE BESTIMMUN
skiticket.soelden.com
Calculate the exact rate for your ski ticket and buy the ski passes online! You can easily pick-up your
ski passes without waiting or queuing at the automated ticketing machines (base terminals of Giggijoch
+ Gaislachkogl mountain gondolas), at countless advance sale partners or at all cash desks of Bergbahnen Sölden Mountain Lifts. Online ski ticketing sale also available for groups.
daily 08.00 am - 04.30 pm
(Please note: closed in winter)
daily 09.00 am - 04.00 pm
Purchasing a ski pass (valid 5-14 days) you can ski
one day of your choice in the Obergurgl-Hochgurgl
ski area. Surcharge for the common ski pass (according to price list of Bergbahnen Sölden):
Adults, youth, seniors
13.00
GEN / GENERAL REGULATION
S
• Der gemeinsame Skipass
Sölden & Obergurgl-H
ochgurgl muss bereits
der Kassa deutlich definiert
beim Kauf
werden, ein Nachkauf
zu bereits gekauften Skipässen an
jeweiligen Gebiet ist nicht
möglich.
im
• Gemeinsamer Skipass
ab 5 Tage bis 14 Tage
Laufzeit möglich (gilt nicht
• Bei Kauf in Obergurgl-H
für Wahlabos).
ochgurgl innerhalb der
Laufzeit des Skipasses
Sölden nach freier Wahl;
1 Tag in
bei Kauf in Sölden innerhalb
1 Tag in Obergurgl-Hochgurgl
der Laufzeit des Skipasses
• Erhältlich an allen Verkaufsstelnach freier Wahl.
len der Bergbahnen in
Sölden, Obergurgl und
(es gelten die Tarifbestimm
Hochgurgl
ungen der jeweiligen
Liftgesellschaften)
• The common ski pass
for Sölden & Obergurgl-H
ochgurgl must be clearly
ticket counter at the time
defined at the
of purchase – no subsequent
to previously purchased
purchase of zone supplements
ski passes possible.
• The common ski pass
may be purchased with
a validity of between
• In the event that the
5-14 days.
common ski pass is purchased
in Obergurgl-Hochgurgl,
bearer may use pass
for max. one day of his
or her choosing in Sölden
pass is still valid; in the
while ski
event that the common
ski pass is purchased
bearer may use pass
in Sölden,
for max. one day of his
or her choosing in
Obergurgl-Hochgurgl
while ski pass is still valid.
• Available at all points
of sale of the lift companies
in Sölden, Obergurgl and
(the fare regulations of
Hochgurgl
the particular lift company
apply)
Children (born 2001 - 2007)
Season Pass type 1: from opening of glacier ski slopes through 18 Dec 2015
ONLINE SKI TICKETING:
daily 08.00 am - 04.30 pm
Sat 08.00 am – 06.00 pm
COMMON SKI PASS SÖLDEN-OBERGURGL
Important:
The common ski pass
must be clearly defined
at the time of purchase.
No subsequent purchase.
UPGRADE PREIS PRO PERSON
daily 08.00 am - 04.30 pm
Sat 08.00 am - 06.00 pm
Fri 02.00 pm - 08.00 pm
Sat + Sun 06.00 am - 02.00 pm
Mon - Thu on prior arrangement
(info@rastland.com)
Rastland
Nassereith
SEASON PASSES WINTER 2015/2016
12 days
132,50
Gaislachkogl
daily
Gondola,
08.00 am - 04.30 pm
base terminal
Giggijochbahn
Gondola,
base terminal
Glacier Road,
daily
Toll Station
08.00 am - 04.30 pm
Rotkogl Chair Lift,
base terminal
Winter 2015/16
In addition to the above mentioned ski pass desks you can also pick up your lift
ticket at one of our countless advance sale partners (sports shops, ski schools,
accommodations,...) in Sölden and Längenfeld. Subject to change.
No responsibility accepted for errors. Please check the information boards.
13 days
264,50
Autumn 2015 &
Spring 2016
Ticket office
Ski pass from 12.00 noon
FLEXIBLE PASS 11 in 14 days
Large car parks can be found at the base terminals of Gaislachkogl and
Giggijoch gondola, as well as at Rettenbach Glacier, Tiefenbach Glacier and
Mittelstation chair lift. Covered parking is available at the base terminals of
Gaislachkogl and Giggijoch gondola (free parking from 08.00 am to 07.00 pm).
Only non-skiers without winter sports equipment can buy single ride tickets.
Season Pass type 2: from 01 Dec 2015 to 08 May 2016
Season Pass type 3: from opening of glacier ski slopes through 08 May 2016
Season passes are non-transferable ski passes with photo, therefore you
can only purchase them in person at the ski pass cash desk of Gaislachkogl
mountain gondola (base station).
Fotos: Peter Mathis, Ernst
Lorenzi
soelden.com
obergurgl.com
8.00
Please note: The common Sölden-Obergurgl/
Hochgurgl ski pass must be ordered explicitly at
the cash desk when you buy it. Once purchased,
it is not possible to change or extend the ski pass
afterwards. Terms and conditions according to separate brochure.
born 2008 - 2011
children:
born 2001 - 2007
youth:
born 1996 - 2000
senior citizens women:
born in 1956 or earlier
senior citizens men:
born in 1951 or earlier
TERMS & CONDITIONS
–> The Sölden-Hochsölden ski pass is valid on all operating ski lifts in Sölden
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CAR PARKING
BEGINNERS‘ SKI TICKETS
Youth
snow kids (€ 2.00 per day):
CARD SYSTEM
7.50
Uphill & downhill ride
snowkids) are issued on presentation of a photo ID only! We hope you‘ll
understand that we can not make exceptions.
Disabled persons: with a minimum of 60% disability grade child rates apply
(not valid for season ski passes)
80+: for seniors over 80 years (born 1936 or earlier) child rates apply
Ski passes and day tickets are personal passes and therefore not transferable! Any incident of fraudulent use or bypassing of the scanners result
in the immediate confiscation of the ski pass. We reserve the right to report the offence to the police. Anyone caught at the control points without
a valid ticket or pass must pay a fine set at twice the all-day ticket rate.
Do not buy any tickets or passes from unauthorized vendors – such tickets or
passes may be blocked! Furthermore, you are committing an offence by doing so.
Please note that for verification purposes photos are taken at all control
points in the ski area.
Once purchased, tickets may not be exchanged or prolonged afterwards.
No refund in case of loss.
For overlapping season times we charge a mixed rate.
Payment options: Cash (€), ATM card (Maestro),
Credit Card (VISA, MasterCard, AMEX)
TICKET OFFICE TIMES
AUTUMN SEASON
09 Oct 2015 – 13 Nov 2015
Youth
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Children
Rate per person and day incl. road toll
EARLY AUTUMN SEASON
21 Sep 2015 – 08 Oct 2015
SPRING SEASON
25 Apr 2016 – 08 May 2016
–>
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free of charge
91,50
SKI PASS RATES AUTUMN 2015 (21 SEP – 13 NOV 2015) & SPRING 2016 (25 APR – 08 MAY 2016)
–>
The Night Ticket is required for the weekly night skiing event. Tickets can
be purchased at the ski pass offices of Gaislachkogl and Giggijoch mountain
gondola. Uphill rides 05:30 pm – 08:30 pm, last downhill ride at 09.30 pm
1.5 days from 11.00 am
PRICES IN €
REDUCED TICKETS & AGE GROUPS
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and Hochsölden, Gaislachkogl, Innerwald, Gampe, Golden Gate and both
glaciers - but not in Vent and Obergurgl/Hochgurgl (common Sölden-Obergurgl/Hochgurgl ski pass excepted).
Normally ski passes are valid from the date of issue. On request all ski
passes (half-day passes and 1.5-day tickets excepted) can be purchased in
advance. Ski passes can be used from 03.00 pm the day prior to its date of
issue. Ski passes are valid on consecutive days; it is not possible to make a
break in-between (flexible passes excepted).
Refund of ski passes:
Only in case of a sports accident directly in the ski area! The ski pass of the
injured person will be refunded (no refund for accompanying persons) at
the ski pass desk on presentation of the official rescue certificate issued by
the slope rescue team of Bergbahnen Sölden. Ski pass days following the
day of the accident will be refunded but not the day of the accident itself.
Hourly tickets and 1-day ski passes will not be refunded. In case of a refund
the rescue, service and first aid costs arising from the slope rescue will be
deducted immediately according to the invoice/official certificate issued by
the rescue team.
Ski passes will not be refunded or extended in case of bad weather, avalanche danger, departure, illness, discontinued lift operation, closed ski runs etc.
Once purchased, ski passes can not be changed or alternated.
They are not transferable to other persons.
The Sölden Lift Company reserves the right to close some ski lifts during or
at the end of the winter season due to insufficient snow levels, and to stop
the operation of ski bus shuttles at the end of season.
Please note the information boards at the entrance to the ski lifts and base
terminals.
Subject to change of rates - especially in case of exceptional events.
The single services included in this card are provided by legally independent
business partners. The partners selling this card only act as agents for all the
other business partners. Therefore, only the respective partner is liable for
compensation claims and obliged to provide the single service he offers.
By purchasing a skipass with name, the skipass holder accepts the automatic registration of personal data. Furthermore, these data will be used
for control purposes in order to avoid the misuse of personal skipasses.
The skipass holder agrees that personal data will be computerized and
processed for the purpose of customer support services, and deleted as
soon as they are no longer required, within 3 years from the date of last
customer contact at the latest. By purchasing a skipass, the skipass holder
accepts the personal photographic registration including data storage and
processing at the skipass desks and control checkpoints in order to avoid
the misuse of personal skipasses. Using the skipass correctly, these data
are immediately deleted as soon as the skipass expires.
SKIBUS SHUTTLES
Glacier Shuttle to Rettenbach and Tiefenbach Glaciers
If the Glacier Road is open guests can take advantage of the public bus line for
free, running between Sölden and the glacier – there is NO BUS LINE in operation if the glacier ski area can be reached on skis through the winter ski area.
Sölden Local Bus (only in winter)
The winter season‘s skibus running between the hamlets of Kaisers and
Zwieselstein and to/from the Mittelstation Chair Lift is free of charge for ski
pass holders (10-minute intervals). You are strongly recommended to take
advantage of the free service and to leave your car at your accommodation.
Längenfeld Skibus (only in winter)
A skibus is also available between Längenfeld/Huben and Sölden.
Winter sportsmen with a valid ski pass enjoy free use of the skibus shuttle.
Ötztal Public Bus Line (from Haiming to Obergurgl & back - only in winter)
Sportsmen who wear winter sports equipment and have a valid ski pass can
use for free all public bus lines to Ötztal, starting in Haiming. Not valid for
arrival or departure journeys! Non-skiers with a valid guest card can purchase
a reduced bus ticket available between Haiming and Obergurgl.
Vent Skibus (only in winter)
A skibus shuttle is available between Vent and Sölden in winter. Winter sportsmen with a valid ski pass enjoy free use of the skibus shuttle. Bus schedules
available at the information boards. Errors and changes excepted.
OPENING TIMES
GLACIER SKI AREAS
Enjoy skiing on one of Austria’s biggest glaciers. Rettenbach and Tiefenbach
glacier rank among Austria’s largest glaciers equipped with premium winter
sports facilities. Unlimited skiing fun is guaranteed already in autumn.
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Rettenbach glacier (2,675 – 3,250m)
Tiefenbach glacier (2,795 – 3,249m)
10 lifts (3 gondolas, 2 chair lifts, 5 T-bars)
34,5 kilometers of pistes (25,4 km blue, 5,4 km red, 3,7 km black)
Restaurant Rettenbach glacier (1100 seats)
Restaurant Tiefenbach glacier (1500 seats)
Amer Station: rental/shop and bar
European Test & Exhibition Center
Ski schools, Sport shops
Parking for cars and buses
HOW TO GET TO THE GLACIER
There are 2 possibilities to reach the glacier on skis or snowboard from the
base terminal:
D51
(Opening on 21 Sep - number
of open mountain lifts
depending on snow conditions)
09 Oct - 13 Nov 2015
Autumn Season
14 Nov - 18 Dec 2015
Pre-winter Season
19 Dec 2015 –
24 Apr 2016
Winter Season
-----from 14 Nov 2015
the Winter Ski Area
is in operation
Ski lifts in operation
Ski lifts in operation
Ski lifts in operation
(number of open mountain lifts
depending on snow conditions)
Ski lifts in operation
------
Ski lifts in operation
09.00 am – 04.00 pm
Silberbrünnl
Gaislachkoglbahn
C30
3,600 persons/h
Giggijochbahn
2.400 persons/h
WITHIN 35 MINUTES FROM THE CENTRE
OF SÖLDEN TO THE GLACIER SKI WORLD!
THE ÖTZTAL GLACIER ROAD
Always pay attention to the information boards and trail maps. Do not leave the
marked ski runs. Alpine hazards. FIS rules apply.
With the exception of the officially signposted and floodlit night skiing slopes,
all ski runs are closed between 05.00 pm and 08.00 am! During the evening
and night hours the slopes are closed due to snow-grooming and maintenance
works. The snow-making systems are in operation as well. There is a great risk
of injury due to grooves, furrows, cable winches and snow-gun tubes.
The GLACIER TOLL ROAD is one of the highest trails in the Eastern Alps. The 15
km long road leads from the village center of Sölden to the ski areas of Rettenbach glacier (2,675m) and Tiefenbach glacier (2,800m). The 1.7 km long glacier
tunnel at an altitude of 2,800 meters above sea level – the highest road tunnel in
the Alps – links the two ski areas. Both road and tunnel feature two lanes. Therefore the glacier can also be easily reached with coaches and buses. The average
gradient is about 11%. You are strongly advised to take snow chains with you
during the autumn months. Please bear in mind that the road will only remain
open if the drivers are not in danger (avalanche hazard). Therefore the road can
be closed from time to time.
The glacier road will be closed as soon as the winter ski area and the connecting
glacier ski lifts will be opened (during the winter months). Please keep informed
about the latest road conditions.
GLACIER ROAD TOLL FEES
Private car: return ride
up to 4 persons
18.00
up to 5 persons
22.00
5.50
Coach & bus: return ride
5.50
Motorbike: return ride
1 person
5.50
2 persons
9.50
The Sölden Slope Rescue Card is available at the ski area’s ticket offices and
only in conjunction with a valid ski pass. The Rescue Card does not have to be
bought together with the ski pass, but it must have been purchased before the
insured event occurred. The Slope Rescue Card’s validity corresponds with the
validity of the ski pass and cannot be prolonged.
Slope rescue card
€ 13.00 per person
The Slope Rescue Card includes the rescue service and first aid at no
charge for injured persons within the entire secured Sölden Ski Area
(Gaislachkogl, Giggijoch/Hochsölden and Glacier Ski Areas) as well as
the transport of the rescued person depending on the injury’s gravity
– either by Akja sled, ski doo or rescue bubble – to the Red Cross or
rescue helicopter.
Costs arising from an alpine rescue operation by an Austrian rescue
helicopter are covered by the Slope Rescue Card subsidiarily and only
in case if the rescued person has no other valid rescue insurance which
refunds the slope rescue costs.
PLEASE NOTE: Costs arising from ambulance transports made by the
Austrian Red Cross are not included and must be paid separately.
Those who don‘t have a valid slope rescue card have to pay the costs for first
aid, rescue and transport themselves. Contact the ski pass offices for more
detailed information.
LOST & FOUND
Only non-skiers have
to pay a ROAD TOLL!
All skiers with a valid
ski pass can use the
toll road for free!
Gaislachkoglbahn - Base Terminal: T +43-(0)52 54-508-0
Municipality of Sölden: T +43-(0)5254-2225; Police: T +43-(0)59133 7108
or online search under www.fundamt.gv.at
The season‘s very first Sölden Party with DJ sound in the Giggijoch Fun Zone.
SÖLDEN PARTY
with DJ sound
Giggijoch Funzone, 01.00 – 04.30 pm
Saturday, 28 Nov 2015
every Friday, 08 Jan - 01 Apr 2016
ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN
Pre-New Year‘s Eve
Giggijoch Funzone
Wednesday, 30 Dec 2015
Pre-New Year‘s Party on occasion of the Electric Mountain Festival – featuring
a Top DJ evening event held on Giggijoch.
highly recommended after skiing
12 in- and outdoor pools
10 saunas and steam baths
fitness center
beauty treatments & massages
premium SPA 3000
daily opening hours:
thermal spa 09.00 am – 11.00 pm
sauna 10.00 am – 11.00 pm
every friday moonlight bathing until midnight
AQUA DOME | TIROL THERME LÄNGENFELD GmbH & Co KG
oberlängenfeld 140 | a-6444 längenfeld | tel: +43 5253 6400 | fax: +43 5253 6400 480
net: www.aqua-dome.at | mail: office@aqua-dome.at |
NIGHT SKIING
with Show Program
SLOPE RESCUE CARD
SÖLDEN
(1,350 m)
A resort of:
Giggijoch Funzone, 01.00 – 04.30 pm
Saturday, 21 Nov 2015
Live DJs, entertainment program for ski and party aficionados.
Ski lifts in operation
until 24 Apr 2016
SAFETY ON THE SKI SLOPES
C35
SÖLDEN PARTY
SEASON OPENING
(depending on snow conditions)
Please note that the operating times are subject to change depending on operational facts or
weather conditions. Check the information board for more details on operating hours
Piste 6
per person
Gaislachkogl gondola I
(until 04 Oct)
Einzeiger
Langegg
each additional person
21 Sep - 08 Oct 2015
Early Autumn Season
Glacier Ski Area
Tiefenbach gondola
27 Jun – 26 Jul
Schwarze Schneide gondola
from 27 Jul
(skiing is not possible)
Daily operating hours (winter)
Piste 23
A10
20 Jun - 20 Sep 2015
Summer operation
Winter Ski Area
Gaislachkogl gondola I
(until 04 Oct)
Gaislachkogl gondola II
Giggijoch gondola
Rotkogl chairlift
No responsibility is accepted for the correctness of this information. Subject to change or error.
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Period
25 Apr – 08 May 2016
Spring Season
GLACIER
(2.675 m)
C31
Sölden is again in the center of attention from 23 to 25 October, when the international Alpine skiing elite celebrates the official World Cup season opening at
Rettenbach Glacier.
Gaislachkogl Middle Station
starting at 05.30 pm
every Wednesday, 06 Jan – 23 Mar 2016
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www.snow-dome.de
BISPINGEN
Brand-new show program with premium highlights taking place at the Middle
Station. Culinary delicacies served at Restaurant Tiroler Stube and Almstube
Self-Service Restaurant. 4 km long floodlit night ski run.
ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN PARTIES
Giggijoch Funzone
Friday, 22 Jan / 19 Feb / 18 Mar 2016
Unique club atmosphere at 2,200 m above sea level, presenting top DJs on the
burning turntables live at Giggijoch‘s show stage.
ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN FESTIVAL
2016
Giggijoch Funzone
Friday, 08 & Saturday, 09 Apr 2016
the place for active people
ski • snowboard • sledging • conferences • hotel • restaurants
located directly at the a7 motorway
between hamburg and hanover
Two-day festival featuring renowned TOP stars of the international DJ scene with
Giggijoch as unique event backdrop.
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WINE ON THE MOUNTAIN
15 Years - 15 Countries
Das Central - Alpine . Luxury . Life
21 Apr - 24 Apr 2016
„Das Central – Alpine.Luxury.Life“ Hotel once again invites wine lovers and gourmet fans to enjoy top-notch culinary pleasures accompanied by fine wines in April
2016 (www.weinamberg.at)
WINTER FINALS 2016
Rettenbach- & Tiefenbach Glacier
23 Apr – 24 Apr 2016
The ultimate end-of-winter-season event: Free ski equipment test, DJs and a lot more.
14.07.15
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