The Stubay Valley in the winter
Due to its proximity to the Stubai Glacier, Neustift is the most famous place in the valley and also the most visited.
In Austria’s largest glacier ski area, over 110 km of fantastic slopes from the end of September to mid-June – depending on the snow conditions – ensure unlimited skiing pleasure.
The “Elferbahnen” takes winter sports enthusiasts, hikers, tobogganers and paragliders to magnificent heights directly from Neustift.
100% snow guarantee from October to June on the Stubai Glacier, the longest natural toboggan run in Tyrol on the Elfer, the highest mountain restaurant “Jochdohle” on the Stubai Glacier, diverse cross-country ski trails, great winter hiking trails and much more turn the winter at the Stubai Valley in a real experience.
4 Ski areas
What to expect from a successful winter holiday? Well-groomed, varied slopes, modern lifts, guaranteed snow, top skis for hire, good restaurants. The Stubai Valley in Tyrol offers all of this in the Stubai Glacier ski area. And on top of that, there is guaranteed snow from October to June as well as free ski passes for children under 10 years of age.
Where there is hiking in summer, skiers and snowboarders enjoy winter on the very wide and natural snow slopes. Countless hiking trails await you in the Elfer area and in the Pinnistal – from short hiking routes for families to extended high-altitude hikes for true mountaineers, there is something for everyone! All visitors are also happy to use themed trails such as the heyday trail, the solar age trail or the stone age trail.
The Schlick 2000 ski center, only 15 minutes away from Innsbruck, presents itself on 22 kilometers of slopes as a ski jewel for active people and connoisseurs and, thanks to extensive snowmaking and high altitude, impresses with guaranteed snow until Easter. While leisurely skiers discover the 22 km of slopes, adrenaline junkies are drawn to the Stubai Park Schlick 2000. A speed course and the Skiline height profile measurement spark additional ambition. Also, as the “most sociable” ski area in the Stubai Valley, the Schlick 2000 offers you nine rustic huts and bars with Tyrolean delicacies after or during an active day of skiing.
The 2,717 m high Serles, which Goethe called the high altar of the Alps, is one of the most popular recreational areas near Innsbruck. The cable car at the entrance of the Stubai valley brings tourists and locals in Mieders comfortable uphill for relaxing hours in nature. There is a wide range of sports and leisure activities: hiking, biking and the summer toboggan run or skiing, tobogganing and snowshoeing at the Stubai Valley mountains. Or you can just enjoy the wonderful view of Innsbruck and the Karwendel Mountains while sunbathing on the rustic alpine pastures and huts