Skiing holidays on the Stubai Glacier

Glistening powdery snow and fairy tale snow-covered forests entice you to experience the Stubai valley in a variety of ways. Whether this be on a toboggan ride with the whole family along one of our twelve toboggan runs, taking your skis or snowboard onto the mountain slopes, enjoying a reflective snowshoe tour or taking in the breathtaking scenery on the perfectly prepared cross-country ski trails.

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Stubai Glacier

Where better to spend your winter holiday than on the 3,150 m Stubai Glacier, a standout Kingdom of Snow? The largest glacier skiing region in Austria is predestined for unforgettable moments of skiing.

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100% snow reliability from October to June ensures virtually unlimited skiing pleasure. Numerous modern lift systems and perfectly prepared slopes await you. Winter sporting fans are sure to get their money's worth.

 

Vast skiing area, slopes & ski routes, cable car and lift systems

Snow, as far as the eye can see… The vast skiing area on the Stubai Glacier covers over 1,450 hectares. Of which, 205 hectares are fully prepared. This amounts to 104 km of effective track sections for carving and enjoyment on blue, red and black slopes and ski routes that have been awarded the Tyrolean "Piste Quality Seal". Twenty-six modern cable car and lift systems provide the fastest route to the summit.

 

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Freeriding on the Stubai Glacier with the Powder Department

Alluring deep snow slopes, unspoilt descents, reliable snow conditions, a proliferation of options and numerous freeriding opportunities make the Stubai Glacier in Tyrol one of the best freeride destinations in Austria. There are two main points of interest for freeride enthusiasts on the Stubai Glacier: charted descents and safety management. Fifteen freeride runs on open free ski terrain are listed on an off-piste map and available as GPS-tracks; route videos indicate the route details visually and at the Freeride Checkpoint at Eisgrat and Gamsgarten, there are info boards with route descriptions, transceiver checks and the latest information concerning avalanches.


Safety equipment required for freeriding tours can be rented in the sports shops situated on the Stubai Glacier. There is a training area at Gamsgarten to make sure use of the equipment is optimal. The use of avalanche transceivers and avalanche probes can be tested here free of charge.

 

Freeriding

 

Moreboards Stubai Zoo Snowpark

The Stubai Zoo on the Gaisskarferner is one of the largest terrain parks in Tyrol, open from autumn until well into spring. Snowboarders and freeskiers of all levels can find the right setup for them with easy, medium and pro-line (autumn and spring) levels with the regional and international snowboarding scene offering the very best training conditions.

 

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Skiing and skiing areas

Skiing of the very finest in the Stubai valley. Unlimited skiing enjoyment on the Stubai Glacier, the friendly atmosphere in the Schlick 2000 ski area, the beginner-friendly Serles ski resort as well as the challenging slopes of the Elfer lifts provide for a diverse holiday in the Stubai valley.

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There is sure to be a suitable downhill descent for any taste here in the Stubai valley, since the three additional skiing resorts beside the Stubai Glacier also impart unforgettable skiing moments to numerous winter sports enthusiasts each year.

 

Skiing fun times four

 

Ski rental and service

Be ideally equipped for your day of skiing by visiting the Sport Farm in Milders for your equipment.

 

Sport Farm

 

Skiing in the Elfer ski resort

Ambitious skiers will find everything they are looking for at Elfer. Steep and perfectly groomed slopes with natural snow guarantee the very best in Alpine skiing. The valley descent offers athletic skiers a truly special experience with over 1000 meters of altitude when the snow conditions are suitable.

 

Elfer ski resort

 

Skiing in the Schlick 2000 ski resort

Modern cable cars and lifts will make sure that your skiing enjoyment gets off to a flying start towards the fascinating mountain landscape of the Kalkkögel. From Kreuzjoch, immerse yourself into the wind-protected, snow-sure high valley above Fulpmes and Telfes. Look forward to more carving on perfectly prepared slopes! From beginner slopes to steeper pitches marked as black diamonds for experts and off-piste areas for powder hounds alike, the ski resort has plenty to offer.

 

Schlick 2000

 

Skiing in the Serles ski resort

The small yet sophisticated ski area in Mieders in the Stubai valley, at the foot of the Serles, boasts a stress-free approach to skiing for children, beginners, returnees, leisurely skiers. Gentle ski runs into the village, the practice slope at the valley station and the cosy alpine huts ensure hours of relaxation on the slopes.

 

Serles ski resort

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Tobogganing

A lively toboggan ride breathes life into your winter holiday in the Stubai valley. Twelve tobogganing runs over a total length of 43 km, awarded the “Tyrolean Quality Seal" for natural toboggan runs, promise undiminished sledding fun in the largest sledding arena in Tyrol.

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Winter sports enthusiasts can look forward to a fun toboggan ride after a hike through the snow-covered forests or a ride with the cable car or toboggan taxi up the mountain. One of the longest toboggan routes in Tyrol is that of the Elfer, which crosses six kilometres running directly into the village centre of Neustift. Tobogganing in the night-time is particularly atmospheric. Four runs in the Stubai are illuminated.

 

Tobogganing

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Cross-country skiing

The Stubai valley offers ideal conditions for all cross-country skiing fans: a wide selection of different trails amid a breathtaking backdrop and 62 km of cross-country ski runs perfectly groomed and nestled into the stunning landscape of our region. You are just moments away from perfectly prepared tracks upon leaving the hotel each day.

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Winter holidaymakers do their cross-country skiing rounds in the valley or at high altitudes. Magnificent circular courses from Neustift will make your cross-country skiing holiday an absolute dream. Whether Nordic cross-country skiing or skating - cross-country skis are in high demand in this environment.


The valley trail in Neustift is one of the longest in the region of Stubaital. Those who are on the lookout for special cross-country skiing moments during their winter holidays in the Stubai valley must not miss out on doing their rounds on the illuminated trails in Milders during the evenings. We also recommend: the Glacier cross-country skiing run at a height of 2,600 m.

 

Cross-country skiing

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Winter hiking

More than 80 km of cleared winter hiking routes invite you to take a romantic walk through the Stubai valley. Forests covered in deep snow, fields of snow glistening in the sunlight, idyllic alpine lodges and an imposing mountain backdrop turn a winter hike into quite an impressive experience.

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Discover the pure naturalness of the Stubai valley far away from the stress and hecticness of everyday life! Let yourself be enchanted as you stroll through the dreamy winter wonderland of the Stubaital region.

 

Winter hiking in Stubai Valley

 

Winter hiking in Neustift

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