Holidays Stubai - Stubaital Valley

Stubai – So close to the sky

Skiing in June? Why not! Welcome to a really outstanding holiday in Stubai! The Stubai Glacier is Austria's biggest ski area in the eternal ice, stretching up to 3200 meters above sea level. Marvelous skiing fun awaits you also in the Schlick 2000 ski center and at the Elfer ski mountain while cross-country skiers get together in the Serles-Mieders ski area with 45 kilometers of high altitude Nordic tracks. Winter walking routes are available as well. Also in the summer, the Stubaital valley has a lot to offer for the adventure-seeking guest: 850 kilometers of signposted hiking routes are spread all over the region. Real outdoor fun is guaranteed in Stubaital's wildly romantic mountains offering lush forests, rushing waterfalls, 80 glacier fields and far more than 100 peaks higher than 3000 meters.

Summer stay amid three thousand meter high peaks

The mighty Stubai Alps lend themselves to outstanding mountain exploration in summer. A huge choice of trails and adventurous tours is available – simply contact your host in the hotel: high altitude hikes, peak conquests, glacier trekking tours, more leisurely hut-to-hut walks and marvelous theme hiking tours are only a few of the many opportunities. Summer holidays in Stubai stand for unlimited fun and action. Don't miss a visit to the ice grotto on Stubai glacier, giving an insight into the fascinating world of snow and eternal ice. The Schlick mountain boasts myriad of rewarding hiking destinations for the whole family, easily accessible with the mountain gondola starting in the village of Fulpmes. The panoramic StubaiBlick hiking trail opens up uninterrupted views of the Alpine scenery and even of the Wilder Kaiser massif on clear days. 720 kilometers of signposted mountain bike trails on 13000 altitude meters promise unlimited biking for all skill levels in scenic Stubaital. Beginners choose one of the routes on the valley floor while real pros prefer the demanding trail from Neder up to Starkenburgerhütte at 2225 meters above sea level. The huge number of via ferrata tours and climbing gardens attracts climbers from near and far. Adventure summer at its very best!
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Walking & Hiking Stubai - Stubaital Valley

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  • Brandstatt Alm, Bsuchalm in Langetal Valley, and the Maria Waldrast pilgrimage church lend themselves to leisurely hikes in Stubaital Valley.
  • 4 uphill facilities operate in summer to offer easy access to a variety of trailheads. Tours to Innsbrucker Hütte or along the Panoramaweg trail to Karalm depart from the 11er-Lifte top station in Neustift.
  • The Wilde Wasser Weg is a water-related theme trail. The first section of the trail takes visitors to one of the highlights in the valley: the impressive Grawa waterfall, which is said to be the widest waterfall in the Eastern Alps. Other destinations on the trail are Sulzenau Hütte, Dresdner Hütte, Regensburger Hütte and Ochsenalm.
  • Relaxed hiking at a leisurely pace is ensured on the Stubaier Almkräuter Weg (herb trail). Learn more about local wild herbs.

Hiking Stubai - Stubaital Valley

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  • The Stubai Alps and Stubaital Valley are home to 109 peaks of 3000 meters or more, as well as some 80 glacier fields. Wilder Fraiger, Zuckerhütl, Habicht and Schrankogel are among the most popular peaks.
  • Stubaier Höhenweg: The 100-kilometer route along the mountain ridge is divided into 7 legs and takes mountaineers from the Starkenburger Hütte to the Innsbrucker Hütte (or vice versa). Optional peaks on the way: Habicht and Hoher Burgstall.
  • Seven Summits Stubai stands for seven of the most beautiful and best known peaks in Stubaital Valley: Ascending Zuckerhütl, Wilder Freiger, Habicht, Rinnenspitze, Serles, Burgstall and Elfer makes for an unparalleled mountain experience.
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Eternal ice – Glacier skiing

Here the skiing season starts in summer and autumn: scenic Stubai glacier ranks among the Alpine ski areas with the highest snow reliability, offering 35 easy to intermediate slopes suitable for the whole family. Pure winter fun in all its facets awaits you in the superb Schlick 2000 ski center with 25 perfectly groomed slope kilometers and a highly exciting snow park.
Cross-country skiers prefer lovely Mieders and the Serles high altitude Nordic track featuring about 45 kilometers of Nordic loop tours. Also winter walkers will find everything their heart could possibly desire in lovely Mieders. The Stubaital valley is also very popular among passionate tobogganists, especially the Elfer mountain where a wonderful 8 km long toboggan run leads down to the village center of Neustift. What's more, floodlit night tobogganing is scheduled three times a week. The ultimate Pinnis toboggan run (8 km) takes action fans through the scenic Pinnistal valley to the hamlet of Neder. On a thrilling tandem paraglide flight you can admire the picture-book landscape from a bird eye's view. Absolute beginners have the chance to take part in professional paragliding lessons on the Elfer mountain.

More detailed information provided by the Tourist Board

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!
"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.
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Travel Route & Address

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Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol
Dorf 3
6167 Neustift im Stubaital, Austria
Stubai Tirol