The Stubaital has five main towns: Neustift, Fulpmes, Telfes, Mieders und Schönberg.
With Austria’s largest glacier ski area, the Stubai Glacier, scenic Stubaital offers skiing from late September through June (snow conditions permitting). The valley boasts a total of 110 kilometers of ski slopes for all experience levels and great terrain that ranges from extreme to mellow.
Summer in the Stubaital offers a great combination of outdoor activities and relaxation. Active guests will find plenty of opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, paragliding, Nordic Walking, tennis, swimming and many other activities. With over 850 kilometers of hiking trails in the majestic Stubai Alps, the valley is a hikers’ paradise.
Educational trails such as the GourmetTrail, the WhiteWaterTrail, the GlacierTrail and the Stubai High Elevation Trail add to the nature experience in Stubaital.
The Stubaital has a wide range of accommodation choices including everything from luxurious hotels to comfortable apartments.
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"Experience extraordinary winter pleasures"
This promise is fulfilled by the holiday villages Schönberg, Mieders, Telfes, Fulpmes and Neustift.
Fom the valley to the timeless glacier ice!
Winter fans won´t have any regrets in the Stubaivalley: In Austria´s biggest glacier skiing area, with absolute snow guarantee from October to June, 100km of dream - like pistes make sure that there is "pow(d)er snow" the whole year through. Mega - strong après ski and fun in traditional huts, make the Stubaivalley a hot tip for winter fans.
A valley that combines sport and nightlife in a dreamlike landscape.
Snowtime im Stubaital
Experience ski-and snowboarding fun in four skiing areas in the Stubaivalley.
The glacier skiing area promises boundless ski fun above the clouds, the Elferlift is optimal for individualists, the skiing area Schlick2000 and the skiing area Serles, are a favourite destination for families.
The Stubai Valley is located in close proximity to the Tyrolean capital Innsbruck - right on the Brenner motorway. Despite this convenient location, the valley has retained its quaint originality.
35 kilometres long, deep into the marvellous mountain scenery of the Stubai Alps, with its 80 glaciers and 103 three thousand meter peaks.
Generous bypasses retain the main villages, Schönberg, Mieders, Telfes, Fulpmes and Neustift an atmosphere of calm and close to nature - ideal for enjoying the splendid panorama and the unique recreational opportunities to the fullest.
The Stubai villages are located on about 1,000 meters above sea level - means best air, especially for allergy sufferers.
The Stubai Valley convinced as year-round destination with an offer, how could not be more diverse. Walking through flowering alpine meadows, mountain biking in the summer, paragliding in the autumn, Nordic walking through snowy winter worlds and year-round skiing in the eternal ice: in a valley with 80 glaciers and 40 three-thousanders wellness activity means - five seasons. Equally varied is the choice of accommodation: from cosy apartments to exclusive hotels, pure vacation awaits youin the Stubai Valley!
Glacier shine and Flower fields
Living up to the motto"summer dreams" the high valley of superlatives provides unforgettable holiday memories.
Flowery fields and verdant woods change into sunny mountain pastures with clear mountain lakes and thunderous waterfalls then on to glacier ice.
Whether you want to experience the big hiking adventure climbing the summit on your own, with friends or companions trekking from one Alpine hut to another, or as a family walk - you will find everything the hiker- and holiday maker desires in the Stubaivalley.
The Stubaivalley: where reality takes a break!