Snow Forecast 6 pm 21 Jan 2017(local time) Weather Forecast for Soll at 620 m altitude issued:
Days 0-3 Söll Weather Summary:Mostly dry. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 4°C on Sun morning, min -12°C on Mon night). Wind will be generally light.
Days 4-6 Söll Weather Summary:Mostly dry. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 5°C on Fri morning, min -12°C on Tue afternoon). Wind will be generally light.
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- 07.-22.01.2017 SkiWelt Pistenparty Weeks: Daily live music, DJs, free guided skiing (Mon-Fri) & perfect slope conditions await you! [link]
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Resort name is also written as Soll.
Visitor Reviews of Söll
modpod from United Kingdom writes:
Have been skiing for over 30 years and have visited numerous resorts in France, Italy, Austria and Scotland. All have been great but I keep returning to the Skiwelt and the resort of Soll. I first went to Soll in 1984 when it was the ski equivalent of San Antonio. Over the years it has grown up, as we, the guests, get older. I have been to Soll over 20 times, and when speaking to people in the bars, this is not unusual. Testament to the quality in the area. The ski lift company has invested millions over the years whereby the lift system and snow making system are second to none. Piste preparation is also to be commended, with an army of Piste Bully's deployed every night. For such a low resort, I am amazed that I have never had any problems with snow conditions. Indeed, over the past 2 years, (Xmas and Feb both years) I have experienced the best snow conditions of any of my ski holidays.
Soll has lost it's lager lout image and is now a much more adult experience while still offering entertaining and lively nightlife. Hotels range from basic to luxury. I have only ever resided in basic but found them to provide comfortable accommodation with excellent food. The resort is compact with all bars and facilities nearby and easy access to the slopes.
I have travelled with large groups of varying ability and found touring together to be extremely easy. That said, I am well versed in the runs in the area. The piste map and piste markings can be difficult to understand. This does not detract from the experience. You just have to study the map a bit more and plan your routes. The whole area is varied, with spectacular views and the ability to tour all day without ever returning to the same run. There is nothing to task the expert but plenty to work the legs. This is a fun ski area with excellent mountain restaurants and is very good value for money. Food and drink, even on the mountain is reasonably priced. Also thrown into the mix is a large night skiing area in Soll.
Nightlife, as previously stated, is great and starts early as you come off the slopes and continues (if you last) into the early hours in The Whisky Mhule.
It is impossible to recommend any particular run, mountain restaurant, bar or activity as everything is so good.
I will be returning again this Xmas and again on 2 Feb, staying at Hotel Rubin. See you there.
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