Skiing in the Ötztal means enjoying more of everything: six ski areas, including two glacier ski areas, over 350 kilometres of pistes and a perfect infrastructure await you. With Sölden and Obergurgl-Hochgurgl, two of the most famous winter holiday destinations in the Alps are located in the valley. The concentrated diversity awaits visitors on two boards. The Hochoetz-Kühtai ski region and the smaller areas in Vent, Niederthai and Gries are cosy and familiar. Sölden, one of the most famous ski and snowboard centres in Europe, lives up to its name as the Heartbeat of the Alps: 31 state-of-the-art lifts take you up to 3,340 metres above sea level, and 144 kilometres of pistes take you back downhill. Two glacier ski areas complete with snowmaking provide an absolute guarantee of snow. Ski World Cup and cool side events are part of the standard programme. What’s special about Sölden? Skiers can get to the ski area directly from the village.

Photo: Adobe Stock/Sina Ettmer

We offer you the holiday destination Ötztal as a direct connection. For all information on the travel days and departure times of the UEX night trains, click on the Winter Calendar 2024 and the Hamburg and Münster timetables

The Urlaubs-Express team wishes you lots of fun on your winter holiday!

Hier geht´s zur Buchung
Winterkalender 2024
Fahrplan Hamburg – St. Anton/Zell am See
Fahrplan Münster/Köln – St. Anton/Zell am See
Reiseversicherung – HanseMerkur
Hier geht´s zur Buchung
Der Sommerkalender 2024
Die Sommerfahrpläne 2024
Reiseversicherung – HanseMerkur