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Active holidays in Austria for the adventurous

Will you spend your next active holidays in Austria at our holiday apartments in Sölden? Congratulations on your excellent choice because The Peak’s location is perfect for all your outdoor activities. Whether you spend your summer holidays in Sölden or enjoy ski holidays during the cold season – the possibilities for an active holiday in Tyrol are endless.

Why spend your active holidays in Austria?

  • Holidays in Tyrol offer countless opportunities for outdoor activities – all year round.
  • During summer, Ötztal is a paradise for hikers, bikers, and climbers.
  • During winter, skiers, snowboarders, and ski tourers can’t help but be amazed.
  • At The Peak, you are just as free as in the nature of the Ötztal Alps.
  • Relaxation and well-being await you at Aqua Dome – Tirol Therme Längenfeld.

Winter im Ötztal

Have you been dreaming of ski holidays in Sölden, of extensive ski tours in the Ötztal Alps, and of exciting après-ski fun in the pubs and discos? Right this way, please!

Summer im Ötztal

Extensive hikes, challenging climbing tours, biking in the bike republic of Sölden, water fun at Area 47, and themed trails for families – that and much more awaits you on your summer holiday in Sölden!

Explore during your active holidays in Austria

For mountain enthusiasts, adrenalin junkies, nature lovers, and fresh air fanatics, active holidays in Austria are just perfect – at any time of year. At our holiday apartments in Sölden, you can enjoy every comfort, have enough space to unwind to your full potential, and do as you please: cook, play and read together, relax, sleep, plan your next active holidays in Tyrol …

Going to the mountains is going home.

John Muir

Your active holidays in Austria during summer

When bright colours characterise the landscape and lush greenery reaches high up into the mountains, then it is finally summer again – the perfect season for an eventful active holiday in Austria. What could be nicer than hiking the Ötztal Alps together with your best friends, family, or sweetheart?

From Alpine pasture to Alpine pasture in search of the best mountain hut dish, from peak to peak in search of the most beautiful panorama, or from outdoor pool to outdoor pool in search of the greatest water fun – all this makes active holidays in Austria so varied, so beautiful, and so unique. Visit us at The Peak and let us share the best active tips with you – we, your hosts the Kneisl family, are always happy to help!

Our chalets & apartments in Sölden

Arrive and feel at home – our cosy chalets and apartments in Sölden are perfect for your time out in Ötztal, far away from everyday life and the perfect starting point for your favourite outdoor activities!

A holiday in Ötztal during winter

Snow as far as the eye can see. The Sölden ski area with its three 3,000 m peaks, the two glacier ski areas and a fabulous 144 kilometres of slopes, plus, countless panoramas which will delight you: that and much more awaits you during your ski holidays in Sölden. Look forward to unbridled fun on the slopes, tranquil snowshoe hikes, and challenging ski tours. Be prepared to test your limits and accept new challenges – you’ll be guaranteed to spend an active holiday in Austria that will leave lasting memories.

All around our apartments in Sölden – which are located directly on the slopes – you will find a winter active paradise at your feet. After a hearty breakfast, head out into the snow-covered winter world and go skiing on the black slopes, enjoy tobogganing for all ages, and cross-country skiing in the silence of nature. For those who want to go high up in Ötztal on active holiday – there’s no better way than ice climbing. Those who prefer to roll in the snow laughing, have a snowball fight, build a snowman or an igloo – also have everything they need. Elegance and clumsiness are nowhere so close to each other as on the ice rink – mix among the people and start skating! No matter how you arrange your active holiday in Ötztal – you get to choose what you want to do.

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