Winter in the Stubaital
Skiing and snowboarding
The Stubaital offers you four lift operators with fantastic and diverse skiing resorts: Schlick 2000, the varied family skiing area in Fulpmes, get to the valley station by only a 5-minute walk from the Ferienland Stubai; the Stubai Glacier, kingdom of snow, the biggest glacial skiing are in Tyrol where you can ski until July; Elferlifte, Tyrol’s tobogganing mountain and perfect spot for paragliding; Serlesbahnen, perfect for snowshoe hiking or general winter hikes in a beautiful landscape, great and demanding high-altitude trails for cross country skiers.
Cross Country Skiing
Winter landscapes covered in deep snow, crystal clear mountain air and wonderful panoramic views. You feel your body and find your own rhythm while cross country skiing. 62 km of prepared cross country tracksin different altitudes guarantee perfect snow conditions throughout the winter. Classic cross country skiers as well as skaters find their perfect slopes: 30km of trails running through the valley from Schönberg until Falbeson, high-altitude tracksin MiedersSerlesbahnen (24km), Schlickeralm (3.5km) and at the Stubai Glacier (2km); illuminated night trails in Milders, daily from 5pm until 8pm.
In the Stubai there are no less than twelve sled runs distinguished with the Tyrolean Naturrodelbahn quality seal. With a length of 43 kilometres, the Stubaital is Tyrol’s largest sledding arena. One of Tyrol’s longest runs for the fast sleds lies in the Stubaital: The Elfer run takes you over six kilometres directly down to the centre of Neustift. A particularly exciting experience is the night sledding.
Ice Skating and Curling
The covered ice rink Fulpmes lies in the middle of the village at the bandstand beside the elementary school and is open in all weathers. Ice Disco: every Saturday, Ice stock:Monday – Friday in the evenings
Winter and Snowshoe Hiking
Feeling the fresh snow step by step, past snow-covered trees, inhaling the cold winter air, accompanied by the glittering of thousands of ice crystals – winter and snow shoe hiking are particularly idyllic in the Stubaital. On more than 80 km of groomed winter hiking paths active holiday-makers can let both their eyes and soul wander and find peace.Warming yourself during a rest in one of the many quaint rest stops of the Stubaital is the perfect end of a tranquil winter hike.
Aqua Adventure Park Stubay
Young and old can enjoy this water park with its sports pool, adventure pool, spa bath, and adventure slides as well as mineral pool and spacious sauna area for health-conscious people (www.stubay.at).
Family highlight in the Stubaital
Kids under the age of 10 years can use all lifts free of charge (if accompanied by a paying adult)