Even when Freeriding in Sölden has ceased to be an ‘insider tip’ for some time now, there are still some 70 downhill kilometres of perfect runs over free terrain and ‘ultra’-wide ‘pistes’ available in untouched powder snow, where you can perform your perfect runs, without having to cross the tracks of others – over high Alpine ground and two glacier skiing arenas, going up to 3,400 metres of altitude, from November through to May. Our tips for beginners and for those warming up, start off your Freeride from ‘Hainbachjoch’ in Sölden, or from ‘Giggijoch’, where broad ‘pistes’ enable expansive curves to be performed in ‘fairy-tale’ powder snow conditions. Once you have ‘warmed-up’, you can negotiate the steep slopes below the ‘Gaislachkogelbahn’ cableway. And, if required accompanied by an experienced Freeride Guide. Freeriding in Sölden means downhill runs of up to 2,000 metre altitude differences, and breath-taking rides, straight off the ‘piste’.
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