In and around the Stubai Valley
At the WildeWasserWeg in the Stubaital with its unique alpine sites, this natural phenomenon can be experienced in a fantastic way on three stages.
The 25 scenic nature sites of the Stubaital do not always present themselves openly, but are occasionally hidden away. Therefore, allow us to lead you to these magic places.
Summer Toboggan Run in the Stubai
A fast-paced experience when spending your holidays in the Stubaital is a trip on the world’s steepest alpine roller coaster, the summer toboggan run in Mieders. With a difference in altitude of 640m and a distance of 2.8km allowing a maximum speed of up to 42km/h.
Following the Sun
Already shortly after exiting the Elferlifte cars you will see the enormous, accessible wooden sundial. The unusual form and impressive architecture immediately puts young and old under its spell.
Golden Roof and historic old town
The city Innsbruck at 15 minutes by car - our capital. Innsbruck's most famous landmark shines in the heart of the historic old town. The splendid alcove balcony gets its name from the 2,657 fire-gilded copper tiles that adorn the roof.
Ambras Castle is a Renaissance castle and palace located in the hills above Innsbruck, Austria. Ambras Castle is 587 metres above sea level. Considered one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Tyrol.
Swarovski Crystal Worlds
At Swarovski Kristallwelten a Giant watches over its treasures: Discover in 17 Chambers of Wonder installations by world famous artists.
The Schwaz silver mine
"The mother of all mines", the largest silver mine from the late Middle Ages, is located in Schwaz in Tyrol. Up to 10,000 miners prospected and found silver and copper here 500 years ago and made the city of Schwaz the largest mining metropolis in the world!
Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses in Kramsach
Tyrol’s largest open-air museum is situated near Lake Reintal in Kramsach. An air of nostalgia hangs over the old farms and their interesting pasts. 14 farms and 23 outbuildings bear witness to past days in the various Tyrolean valleys.