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Originally Appeared on Condé Nast Traveler
Sölden is known for its ski hard, party hard mentality. Two snow-sure glaciers and long, wide slopes ensure you’ll earn your Glühwein at day’s end. For a true test of endurance, tackle the nine-plus-mile run from the Schwarze Schneide to the bottom of the Gaislachkogl lift (if the scenery looks familiar, this slope starred in the chase sequence in the James Bond film, Spectre). Save some leg power for après dancing to DJ beats at Schirmbar Sölden, a lively glass-topped venue near the bottom of the Giggijochbahn.
Where to Stay: Located in the center of town, Hotel Bergland was Daniel Craig’s stay of choice while filming the Spectre. You can’t beat the views from the hotel’s Sky Spa.
Stats: 31 lifts connecting nearly 90 miles of slopes across three mountains. One-day lift ticket from $51.
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