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last update on Oct 30, 2019
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Terrain Parks 9 / 10
Overall: 86 / 100
  • 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

    Snowpark and Funslope

    Ever since 2004 Sölden has a terrain park called “Area 47” at the Giggijoch. This park has everything to offer that you need for a great freestyle experience. There are a large number of rails, boxes, kickers and lots of other fun gadgetry to discover. Sadly there are no half-pipes in the area. But you'll find cracks here because the “Big Jumps” are not for the fainthearted. Each morning the different elements are freshly prepared and shaped which means ideal conditions for freestyle skiing and snowboarding. The six hectare large 'Area 47' is open during the winter months daily from 10 AM to 4 PM and the entrance is free. You can reach the snow-park easily by taking the Giggijoch gondola and one of the two chairlifts Silberbrünnl or Hainbachjoch. There is also a relatively new “Funslope” at the Giggijoch where less experienced skiers and boarders can try their luck with freestyle. On the contrary, the Funslope is amazing fun for skiers and snowboarders of all ages. The Funslope combines all the fun elements of a funpark such as jumps, steep turns and wavy segments with the best parts of a piste – the result is a challenging skiercross or boardercross. In addition you will find 360 degree turns as well as a tunnel incorporated into the Funslope. The easiest way to reach this fun attraction is by taking the 8-seat chair lift Giggijoch.

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