Sölden is generally considered a rather demanding ski area. Nevertheless, there are also some possibilities for beginners. Directly above Sölden in Innerwald there are two short T-bar lifts and a kids' area. You can reach the area with a short ride on the funicular from Sölden. The other easy slopes are mainly in the Giggijoch area. Especially the slopes below the Rotkogl are best suited for beginners, as they are very wide and flat. Also the lifts - mostly modern chairlifts - do not pose a challenge to anyone. On the Giggijoch itself there are two children's areas, each run by the local ski schools.
Those who are not yet so confident on skis will feel especially at home on the Tiefenbach glacier. There are hardly any slopes in the Alps that are even wider than slopes 38 and 39. There are also slopes suitable for beginners on the Rettenbach glacier and on the Gaislachkogel. However, these are rather less recommended, as you have to ski over more difficult terrain in some cases.
Beginners who want to ski down to the valley can do so on the Gaislachkogl. The valley descent from the Giggijoch (red or black) is only recommended for skiers who are already more confident on their skis. Beginners should rather descend here with the gondola.