In winter, the area round Mt. Elferspitze transforms into a small skiing area with an accessible sundial at the mountain station
Image gallery: Elferbahnen Skiing Area - Stubaital
Just 20 km away from Innsbruck and easily accessible by the means of public transport, there's Mt. Elferspitze. The mountain is called Peak Eleven, because right at 11 am the sun is resting on the summit. The Elfer Panorama Cable Car provides direct access to the 7 km of easy and medium difficult ski slopes from the edge of Neustift im Stubaital. It starts near the paragliding landing site.
Particularly popular are the at times steep natural snow slopes and the valley run, overcoming 1,000 m drop in altitude. If you are looking for an adrenalin rush, you should try "Freaky Eleven", the mogul slope at the Hölltal valley. Families, however, appreciate the moderate dimensions of this skiing area as well as the beginners area Neustift-Krössbach with its mascot Elfi, the ski owl.
The SKI plus CITY Pass, a ski pass for 13 skiing areas between the Stubaital valley and the region of Innsbruck, is valid here. If you wish for more diversity in the Elferbahnen Skiing Area, you can also go sledding on the toboggan runs Elfer-Neustift (sporty), Elfer-Pinnistal (classic) and Pinnisalm (family-friendly), 8 resp. 6 km long. Three times a week nighttime tobogganing is offered.
Winter season 2023/24: Dec 22, 2023 - March 20, 2024
Opening hours: 9 am - 4.30 pm
Altitude: 993 - 2,080 m a.s.l.
Ski slopes: 7 km (2 km easy / 5 km medium)
Snowmaking: 65 % of the slopes
Lift facilities: 4 lifts
Toboggan runs: 3 runs (8 km / 8 km / 6 km)
Cross-country ski tracks: 1 track in Neustift (17.5 km)
Further information: phone: +43 5226 2270, email@example.com
Dates may vary according to weather and snow conditions or additional health measures!