The largest glacial skiing area of Austria can be found in the Stubai Valley, a place of superlatives which reaches up to 3,210 m a.s.l
Above Neustift im Stubaital rises the mighty Stubai Glacier. Along the Stubai Glacier Road, comfortably reachable by the free ski bus service of the valley, there are the Gamsgarten and Eisgrat Cable Cars, two of a total of 26 lift facilities. They take you up to 44 km of perfectly groomed slopes and to 21 km ski routes. All of this with snow guarantee from October to May - the skiing season is inaugurated with an Oktoberfest at 2,900 m a.s.l. at the Eisgrat mountain station.
There's also the Schaufelspitz, the highest located gourmet restaurant of the Alps and - close by - the Stubai Ice Grotto, which is open all year round. Even higher you can visit the Jochdohle, the mountain inn at the TOP OF TYROL, the viewing platform at 3,150 m a.s.l. From these places you reach the ski slopes of the "Kingdom of Snow": The most popular slopes include the 10 km long downhill run no. 7 Daunferner and the Wilde Grub'n Ski Route, just as long, as well as the speed track and the permanent race track. The steepest one is the Daunhill Slope with a 60 % gradient.
Families may enjoy the BIG Family Fun Slope and BIG Family Ski-Camp. Furthermore, kids under 10, accompanied by an adult with valid ski pass, ski for free. Snowboarders, however, will amuse themselves in the Stubai Zoo Snow Park on the Gaisskar Glacier, which has been enlarged recently by a Jibline with own ski lift, the Zooshuttle. It is an international freeski and snowboard meeting point, where also the FIS Freeski World Cup Stubai takes place. If the winter sports offer on the glacier should not be enough, then the SKI plus CITY Pass Innsbruck Stubai allows you to choose between 13 participating skiing areas between the Stubai Valley and the Alpine City of Innsbruck.
Winter season 2023/24: Dec 1, 2023 - May 5, 2024
(autumn opening from Oct 20 - Nov 30, 2023, with part of the ski slopes and lift facilities)
Opening hours: 8 am - 4.15 pm
Altitude: 1,750 - 3,210 m a.s.l.
Ski slopes: 65 km (25 km easy / 15 km medium / 4 km difficult / 21 km ski routes)
Snowmaking: 25 % of the slopes
Lift facilities: 26 lifts
Cross-country ski tracks: 1 high-altitude track at 2,600 m a.s.l. (2 km)
Further information: phone: +43 +43 5226 8141, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates may vary according to weather and snow conditions or additional health measures!