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Sölden Snow Forecast

Weather Forecast for Solden at 3250 m
Weather Forecast for Solden at 3250 m altitude issued: 12 am  21 Mar 2019 (local time)
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Issued: 12 am 21 Mar 2019 (local time).

Next snow in Sölden

The snow forecast for Sölden is: Mostly dry. Temperatures will be below freezing (max -1°C on Thu night, min -8°C on Wed night). Wind will be generally light.

Sölden Weather (Next 3 days): The snow forecast for Sölden is: Mostly dry. Temperatures will be below freezing (max -1°C on Thu night, min -8°C on Wed night). Wind will be generally light.

Sölden Weather (Days 4-6): A dusting of new snow. Temperatures will be below freezing (max -3°C on Sat night, min -15°C on Tue afternoon). Wind will be generally light.


Sölden Live Snow

ElevationSnow DepthTemp. (°C)Wind (km/h)Weather
Top: 3250m4.4m
-4
10
clear
Middle: 2310m
-2
10
clear
Bottom: 1370m0.2m
-5
10
clear
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Sölden Weather (Next 3 days):

The snow forecast for Sölden is: Mostly dry. Temperatures will be below freezing (max -1°C on Thu night, min -8°C on Wed night). Wind will be generally light.

Sölden Weather (Days 4-6):

A dusting of new snow. Temperatures will be below freezing (max -3°C on Sat night, min -15°C on Tue afternoon). Wind will be generally light.

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Latest snow reports near Sölden:

  • 34km away 22 minutes ago
    Eyeball reporter

    Very warm with clear blue sky. Avalanche level 1. from Axamer Lizum

WedThursday 21Friday 22Saturday 23Sunday 24Monday 25Tuesday 26Wed
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clear
clear
clear
clear
partly cloudy
partly cloudy
clear
clear
clear
clear
clear
clear
snow showers
light snow
light snow
snow showers
clear
clear
clear
clear
snow showers
km/h
Wind (km/h)
10 ENE10
10 ESE10
10 SE10
5 ESE5
5 ESE5
5 SSE5
5 NNE5
5 ENE5
5 SE5
10 S10
5 SW5
5 WSW5
10 NW10
10 NNW10
15 NW15
15 NNW15
20 NNW20
25 NNW25
25 NNW25
25 NNW25
20 NNW20
Summary
clear
clear
clear
clear
some clouds
some clouds
clear
clear
clear
clear
clear
clear
snow shwrs
light snow
light snow
snow shwrs
clear
clear
clear
clear
snow shwrs
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-4-3-2-1-1-2-2-3-3-3-4-4-6-8-8-11-13-14-13-14-13
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-13-7-7-3-2-2-7-6-7-7-7-5-13-13-17-23-23-25-25-24-23
Humid.%8518111334242560364070919497947482295795
Freezing level (m)12002650280029503000295027502750280026002700270021002050210012501250135065011001400
topliftbotliftSea lvl1000ft2000ft3000ft4000ft5000ft
snowy slope
-764-186186298364-21-2-61-1-6-3-3-1-2-2-3-3-4-3-4-5-7-8-9-13-14-15-14-14-14
Sunrise-6:18--6:16--6:13--6:11--6:09--6:07--6:05-
Sunset--6:29--6:30--6:31--6:32--6:35--6:36--6:37

The above table gives the weather forecast for Sölden at the specific elevation of 3250 m. Our sophisticated weather models allow us to provide snow forecasts for the top, middle and bottom ski stations of Sölden. To access the weather forecasts for the other elevations, use the tab navigation above the table. For a wider view of the weather, check out the Weather Map of Austria.

Click here to read further information on freezing levels and how we forecast our temperatures.

Resort name is also written as Solden.


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Latest snow reports near Sölden:

  • 34km away 22 minutes ago
    Eyeball reporter

    Very warm with clear blue sky. Avalanche level 1. from Axamer Lizum

Snow Depths

The upper snow depth is:444cm
The lower snow depth is:20cm
The fresh snowfall depth is:34cm
When did it last snow?19 Mar 2019
Other resorts in Austria are reporting:

Snow History

Week 4 of March has on average:
0.2
Bluebird Powder days
Fresh snow, mostly sunny, light wind.
3.2
Powder days
Fresh snow, limited sun, any wind.
2.2
Bluebird days
Average snow, mostly sunny, light wind.




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The above table gives the weather forecast for Sölden at the specific elevation of 3250 m. Our sophisticated weather models allow us to provide snow forecasts for the top, middle and bottom ski stations of Sölden. To access the weather forecasts for the other elevations, use the tab navigation above the table. For a wider view of the weather, check out the Weather Map of Austria.

Click here to read further information on freezing levels and how we forecast our temperatures.

Resort name is also written as Solden.

Visitor Reviews of Sölden

Overall 3.9 Based on 25 votes and 19 reviews

  • Snowsure 4.4
  • Variety of pistes 4.0
  • Vote
  • We have been to Solden twice now, at the end of February 2012 & 2013, and we are about to return, in 7 weeks, for our 3rd visit. We have, in the past, returned to 3 resorts more than once, so that we feel we have explored their full potential before moving on. Other resorts only once, usually because the runs were not as described (too difficult) or the lift system/piste markings were poor, or unreliable snow fall despite the hype about snow cannons (which can only be used then the temperature drops below freezing!). As we get older we have become more particular about how well the resort meets our needs and the length of time researching them, the accommodation and flights etc has become more of a chore; so we are less likely to move on than we may have been in the past. Solden was on our tick list for many years, but as it had rather a “party” town reputation we had given it a miss, until we met someone that works for a charity that organises rehabilitation holidays for injured service men and women, BLESMA. As the people in this group are all amputees, they use Snowbikes (Skibobs) which we also use due to back and knee injuries that prevent us from skiing these days. All of Austria is Skibob friendly (unlike most of France) and this resort, in particular, is good because of BLESMA returning every winter with a new group of beginners. The resort is split into two distinct areas, joined by lifts on the mountain and road/free bus in the village. The free bus that shuttles people from one end to the other gets overcrowded at peak times. You can leave your skis etc at the main ski-hire shop at either lift for a small fee; makes life so much easier! The most popular part, by far, is the Giggijoch end of the resort, where most of bars and restaurants are and a bubble lift that does have queues early in the morning due to Ski Schools and shear number of properties in the area, plus it’s a nicer part of the mountain range to start the day off in our opinion. To be honest, the queue is quite fast-moving and never took longer than 15 minutes. From day 2 onward, after the weekend, there wasn't a queue. Once you get to the top of this lift the runs fan out with various options, one is to continue upwards to the Glaciers. The comments about the long length of time it takes to get to the glaciers are, in the main, due to a bottle neck, where all the people who came up from the Gaislachkogl end of the resort end up at the same point as you and there is only a chair lift to take you to the next section (rather than a cable car). But once you get through this things speed up a bit. You just have to be patient and accept that it’s a small price to pay for such wonderful views and runs when you get up there, especially the 15 km unbroken run back to the resort - that everyone can ski! The pisted range is plenty for the average skier, we have still not done all the reds, and I believe the off-piste is good too. The entire lift system is modern and efficient, map and markings are good, snow quality guaranteed. Nearly all runs are above the tree level, so exposed if the weather turns nasty but they are lovely and wide, great for cruising. If you are a timid 2nd week skier, there are lots of gentle blues, most of which are actually on the glacier which is unusual, so even beginners get to ski high-altitude runs rather than the norm where blues are often stuck at the bottom near town! One minus is that when the weather is bad and the lifts to the glaciers close, the remaining runs near the main lifts do get crowded. The glaciers areas are so extensive that it's not until they close you appreciate just how many people are on the mountains. This happened once on our holiday but we never felt that it was too crowded to ski safely; we just made for a quieter area. The food in the restaurants is typical Austrian fare, good but not cheap (this is an expensive resort due to snow-sure altitude and mainly German/Russian clientele). The standard of hotels is varied from 5 star to self-catering only, lots of B & B’s, small guest houses etc and from our experience Austria beats other European standards by a long way. The resort is buzzing at night with lots of bars/night clubs. If you want a good night’s sleep, don’t stay in a place on the main road, or at least avoid rooms at the front. It’s a busy road but there are lots of places to choose from off the road that are still near the lifts. To sum up this place from a 60 year olds’ perspective and 14 years of skiing, it ticks all the boxes. Efficient, modern lift system, guaranteed good quality snow, two glaciers, rolling wide runs with lots of blues and reds. Skibob hire centre and facilities to leave equipment at lift depot. Night life if we want it, good standard of accommodation, convenience of lifts in relation to accommodation. Shops in the town, short transfer from Innsbruck airport, not over-run by English! For now, we think it’s hard to beat, but you never know!

Visitor Reviews of Sölden

Overall: 3.9 Based on 25 votes and 19 reviews

  • Snowsure 4.4
  • Variety of pistes 4.0
  • Off-piste 3.6
  • Scenery 3.8
  • Apres-Ski 4.4
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Sharon from United Kingdom writes:

We have been to Solden twice now, at the end of February 2012 & 2013, and we are about to return, in 7 weeks, for our 3rd visit. We have, in the past, returned to 3 resorts more than once, so that we feel we have explored their full potential before moving on. Other resorts only once, usually because the runs were not as described (too difficult) or the lift system/piste markings were poor, or unreliable snow fall despite the hype about snow cannons (which can only be used then the temperature drops below freezing!).

As we get older we have become more particular about how well the resort meets our needs and the length of time researching them, the accommodation and flights etc has become more of a chore; so we are less likely to move on than we may have been in the past. Solden was on our tick list for many years, but as it had rather a “party” town reputation we had given it a miss, until we met someone that works for a charity that organises rehabilitation holidays for injured service men and women, BLESMA. As the people in this group are all amputees, they use Snowbikes (Skibobs) which we also use due to back and knee injuries that prevent us from skiing these days. All of Austria is Skibob friendly (unlike most of France) and this resort, in particular, is good because of BLESMA returning every winter with a new group of beginners.

The resort is split into two distinct areas, joined by lifts on the mountain and road/free bus in the village.
The free bus that shuttles people from one end to the other gets overcrowded at peak times. You can leave your skis etc at the main ski-hire shop at either lift for a small fee; makes life so much easier!

The most popular part, by far, is the Giggijoch end of the resort, where most of bars and restaurants are and a bubble lift that does have queues early in the morning due to Ski Schools and shear number of properties in the area, plus it’s a nicer part of the mountain range to start the day off in our opinion. To be honest, the queue is quite fast-moving and never took longer than 15 minutes. From day 2 onward, after the weekend, there wasn't a queue. Once you get to the top of this lift the runs fan out with various options, one is to continue upwards to the Glaciers. The comments about the long length of time it takes to get to the glaciers are, in the main, due to a bottle neck, where all the people who came up from the Gaislachkogl end of the resort end up at the same point as you and there is only a chair lift to take you to the next section (rather than a cable car). But once you get through this things speed up a bit. You just have to be patient and accept that it’s a small price to pay for such wonderful views and runs when you get up there, especially the 15 km unbroken run back to the resort - that everyone can ski!

The pisted range is plenty for the average skier, we have still not done all the reds, and I believe the off-piste is good too. The entire lift system is modern and efficient, map and markings are good, snow quality guaranteed. Nearly all runs are above the tree level, so exposed if the weather turns nasty but they are lovely and wide, great for cruising. If you are a timid 2nd week skier, there are lots of gentle blues, most of which are actually on the glacier which is unusual, so even beginners get to ski high-altitude runs rather than the norm where blues are often stuck at the bottom near town!

One minus is that when the weather is bad and the lifts to the glaciers close, the remaining runs near the main lifts do get crowded. The glaciers areas are so extensive that it's not until they close you appreciate just how many people are on the mountains. This happened once on our holiday but we never felt that it was too crowded to ski safely; we just made for a quieter area.

The food in the restaurants is typical Austrian fare, good but not cheap (this is an expensive resort due to snow-sure altitude and mainly German/Russian clientele). The standard of hotels is varied from 5 star to self-catering only, lots of B & B’s, small guest houses etc and from our experience Austria beats other European standards by a long way. The resort is buzzing at night with lots of bars/night clubs. If you want a good night’s sleep, don’t stay in a place on the main road, or at least avoid rooms at the front. It’s a busy road but there are lots of places to choose from off the road that are still near the lifts.

To sum up this place from a 60 year olds’ perspective and 14 years of skiing, it ticks all the boxes. Efficient, modern lift system, guaranteed good quality snow, two glaciers, rolling wide runs with lots of blues and reds. Skibob hire centre and facilities to leave equipment at lift depot. Night life if we want it, good standard of accommodation, convenience of lifts in relation to accommodation. Shops in the town, short transfer from Innsbruck airport, not over-run by English! For now, we think it’s hard to beat, but you never know!

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