The Brunnenberg is on the silent side of Sölden. You can enjoy the hike , without the traffic of cars . You start the hike at the Gaislachkoglbahn. From there you go in the direction to the Camping, cross a river and go uphill to Moosalm. From there you are able to enjoy the panoramic view over Sölden. Slightly uphill, it continues on a forest road which leads through sparse forest to Brunnenbergalm. From Brunnenberg you have a clear view tothe opposite ski mountain Gaislachkogl and to Sölden.The hike is ideal for children and maybe you can even watch the wildlife. The Brunnenbergalm is not open in winter, and so we prefers to take a tea and something to eat with you.
On the way home, it is recommended to stop in the quaint Moosalm.
Brunnenberg (1976 m)
Sölden Gaislachkogelbahn (1360 m)
Best time of year
Please inform yourself about the conditions and status of the respective winter hiking trail at Ötztal Tourismus.
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Suitable equipment such as breathable and weather-adapted outdoor clothing, ankle-high hiking boots, wind, rain and sun protection, cap, and gloves, are required for all walks and tours. The transport of a first aid package, a mobile phone, a bottle with enough water and something to eat and possibly a Hiking map is recommended.
You can start the hike directly at the Gaislachkogelbahn. From here you walk on the pavement to Wohlfahrt and cross the bridge to Windau. From here you go then on an asphalt road relatively steep to Platte and to Wildmoos. In the Wildmoos you come to a crossroads, where you keep left, so you get to Moosalm. Immediately after the Moosalm the asphalt road turns into a forest road, which is covered with snow and groomed regularly. A walk leads you up to the climbing garden and subsequently to the feed stand. After a short flat part it goes again with the help of some curves up to Brunnenberg. For the descent you take the same way, as for the ascent.
Public transport friendly
Enjoy a comfortable and relaxing train ride to the train station Ötztal Bahnhof. You get off the train in ÖTZTAL Bahnhof where you change to a public bus or local taxi.
The drive to the ÖTZTAL. Located in Tyrol, the ÖTZTAL branches off to the south as the longest side valley of the Eastern Alps. Arriving by car leads guests over the Inn Valley to the valley entrance and further along the Ötztal. In addition to the toll motorway can also be used on rural roads. With the route planner, the journey can be quickly and easily determined: