In Sölden village, you’ll find the Freizeit Sölden Arena, a big multi-purpose leisure centre with tennis courts, an indoor and a heated outdoor pool, a wellness and sauna parlour, a bowling alley and restaurant. You can also enjoy a relaxing massage, sauna, Turkish bath and the outdoor thermal baths at the Spa Aqua Dome. You could also visit the Silbertal Mineral Museum. There is a hiking route from the base which you can walk or go with snowshoes to the Neder Lake. The route takes three hours and can be done from March onwards as before this, the lake disappears under the layers of snow. The Ötztal valley has 195 kilometres of groomed cross-country ski trails, of which the UnterSölden, Hofer Böden and Zweieselstein routes which go through forests and small villages, are highly recommended. Sölden also has its own cross country ski centre with 20 kilometres of pistes, it’s free and for all levels.
There are some long toboggan runs. The Vent – Stableinalm is a 5 kilometre long run and the Hochgurgl is a natural track with floodlights. There is also an ice skating rink which is open from 14:00 until 21:00 from Sunday to Friday. It is closed on Saturdays.Tandem paragliding flights are another option where you can see the panoramic views of the resort and the surroundings. You can organise this with Parataxi.