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Review Sölden: Freestyle Skiing

Category Terrain Parks: Official review by Snow-Online.com
  • Obstacles for beginners and experts
  • Lift to the terrain park
  • Adequate set-up in the terrain park
  • Changing set-up
  • One or more terrain parks available
    Terrain Parks 9 / 10
    Overall score: 86 / 100

    Snowpark and Funslope at Giggijoch

    At the Giggijoch you can find the snowpark "Area 47". This offers basically almost everything that freestylers expect on skis and snowboard. There are a large number of rails, boxes, kickers and other gimmicks. Only a half pipe is missing. Nevertheless, even the cracks will find what they are looking for here, as the "big jumps" are really something. Every morning the snow elements are freshly prepared or shaped, so the conditions are always optimal. The approximately six-hectare Area 47 is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the winter. The snow park is easily reached via the Giggijoch gondola and one of the Silberbrünnl or Hainbachkar chairlifts. In the adjacent Family Park there are a few smaller elements for the freestyle youngsters. 

    Also on the Giggijoch is the "Funslope", where even less experienced skiers may venture. A trip to the Funslope is a real fun for young and old. With the well-known elements from the snow park such as small jumps, wave tracks or steep curves, a small ski cross or boarder cross can be mastered here. But also 360 degree curves and tunnels are part of the Funslope. The Funslope Sölden can be reached via the 8-seater chairlift Giggijoch.

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