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Camping Sölden

Tyrol, Austria

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Camping with luxury flair! In a unique location – that’s the motto of Camping Sölden. Located at 1,400 meters, the campsite offers a quiet but central location for lovers of an activity holiday. The cable car station "Gaislachkogl" – only 200 meters far from the campsite – opens the gate to an incredible mountain scenery surrounded by 30 three-thousanders. A true eldorado for sports enthusiasts and nature lovers. The Camping Sölden offers beside to the quality location award-winning sanitary facilities, a fitness room and its own spa area equipped with a sauna, steam bath, infrared cabin as well as a small relaxing area, which invites to spend some comfortable hours after an active day. A bakery, supermarket as well as various sports shops for rent are located near the campsite. An 85m² indoor climbing wall invites the entire family to have fun also in bad weather days!


amenities

Motorhome - RV
Caravan
Tent
Pet
WiFi
Electric plug in
Water pitch hookup
Convenience store
Showers
Washing Machine
Dryer
Restaurant
Playground
Bicycle for rent
SPA
Gym
Information
Credit Card accepted
Cash accepted
Rooms for rent
Parking

Check-in/out

  • Opening hours 08:00-12:00 / 14:00-20:00
  • Check-in 15:00-20:00
  • Check-out 08:30-11:00

Payment

  • Cash, VISA, MasterCard and Bancomat are accepted

Cancellation policy

  • 30 days or more before check-in - No cancellation charge
  • 29-20 days before check-in - 30% of stay value
  • 19-14 days before check-in - 40% of stay value
  • 13-7 days before check-in - 70% of stay value
  • 6-1 days before check-in - 90% of stay value
  • No show or early departure - 100% of stay value

Pets policy

Allowed


Accommodation Types

  • Pitch - 50- 60m², electricity plug in, sewage and cable TV hookups

Other Rules

  • Electric current €0,60/ 0,70 per KW



Spenser Gray August, 2019

The quality of the facilities at the site were excellent, the campsite staff were always helpful and courteous and were knowledgeable about the local area. If I come back to the area (it is fantastic but there are so many places to go climbing elsewhere too) I will try this camspite for spaces first.

Daniel Harris den Hartog August, 2019

The camping is good but can be very cramped as your car needs to be parked on your lot. The lot itself is on the small side. The river can be very noisy and brings in a lot of cold air, so keep this in mind. The sauna was closed in the summer even though this wasn't made clear on the website. Sanitary facilities are good. Service could be friendlier. The location is great for mountain biking and hiking but I wouldn't recommend it for motorcyclists. The Timmelsjoch is mediocre on the Italian side and expensive since you have to use this pass to get to other passes. Or you can make the hour trip out of the valley to the north. For bikers I would suggest Sud Tirol or further north in the valley.

M H August, 2019

Nice campground for bikers. For families ok. Up to 70 square meters means that most of the pitches are 40-60 square meters...cancelations or adjustments of the reservations period are based on goodwill

Marta Ghezzi March, 2019

Great camping spot very close to the gondola that takes you to the wonderful slopes in Sölden! Very well organised, clean and with a nice relaxing touch: complimentary sauna and steam bath, very appreciated after a day of skiing! Only drawback is cost, definitely more expensive than other winter camping we have been to.

Daniel Barker June, 2019

Great clean place with facilities. A bit pricy. But great access to.the lifts


Things to do around

007 Elements – a cinematic installation dedicated to the world of James Bond

Tyrol, Austria

The installation focuses on the most recent film, Spectre, which was shot in Sölden, but also showcases the other titles in the 24-film series. It is housed inside a beautiful, bespoke building designed and constructed by Obermoser arch-omo zt gmbH inside the summit of the Gaislachkogl Mountain in Sölden, more than 3,000-metres above sea level. 007 ELEMENTS guides visitors on a journey through a series of high-tech, interactive galleries, each distilling the craft of the signature elements that define a James Bond film — the beautiful title sequences and dramatic scores; the jaw-dropping action sequences; the cars, gadgets and technology; the breath-taking locations and iconic studio sets and lastly, a host of compelling characters.

SKIING HOLIDAYS in its most exciting facet

Tyrol, Austria

Sölden, at the heart of Ötztal, is not only one of Tirol's most popular tourist resorts but also one of the most renowned ski destinations in the Alps. Not without reason it ranks among the best: thanks to the high Alpine altitude between 1350 and 3340 meters, two glaciers and state-of-the-art mountain lift infrastructures plus snow-making systems, the holiday resort promises snow-sure skiing holidays in a class of its own. The infinite number of slopes and ski trails for all levels and abilities coupled with the perfect grooming of not less than 144 km of slopes make Sölden a truly unique winter sports center. State-of-the-art ski lifts and gondolas with a total capacity of 67,000 persons/hour guarantee ultimate skiing fun without queuing. SNOW IS ABSOLUTELY GURANTEED

Timmelsjoch Hochalpenstraße – The secret door to the south

Tyrol, Austria

If you drive along the Timmelsjoch High Alpine Road, the highest pass of the eastern Alps, you can enjoy a majestic view of the Ötztal Alps and a masterpiece of road construction at the same time. 60 spectacular bends lead to an altitude of 2500 meters - a truly memorable experience especially for cabriolet drivers, motor bikers or mountain bikers. Fantastic vantage points, crystal-clear brooks and steep-ascending rock faces accompany you from the Ötztal valley to the Italian Tyrol. The 60 km drive from Obergurgl to the health resort of Merano only takes about 1.5 hours.

Stuiben Falls – Tyrol`s highest waterfall – 159 m

Tyrol, Austria

Scenic 'Horlachbach' brook rushes down from Niederthai into the valley from a height of 159 meters. The several meter-high area filled with water crystals can be seen from far. These clouds of water dust particles also gave the name to the 'Stuiben Falls'. A new designed hiking trail and stair construction allows you to experience the Stuibenfall at close range.Hikers and mountaineers pass the viewing platforms and the roaring waters via approx. 700 steps and an exposed 80 meter long suspension bridge leading to Niederthai - the origin of the waterfall.What's more, the wonderful Alpine flora in the falls' surroundings is a highlight not to be missed.And with a bit of luck, on sunny days you also have the chance to admire the most colorful rainbows.
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