Winter in the Stubai Valley

A lot to experience

Winter holidays in the Tyrol have been popular for a very long time. And this is not without reason. Where dreamlike nature meets snow-reliability and plenty of sunshine, winter activities of all kind can be enjoyed: winter and snowshoe hiking, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, ice skating and of course skiing!

The Stubai Glacier and other top ski areas, among them the Schlick 2000 at the back of our house, await you in the Stubai Valley. With your Ski Plus City Pass Stubai Innsbruck you have access to 13 ski areas and 22 leisure-time offers in the region. This way your skiing holidays in the Stubai Valley will turn into a varied adventure.

Skiing & Freeriding

The Stubai Valley is a real skiing and freeriding paradise. Beginners or pros, in the Stubai Valley skiers can enjoy their favourite sport to the full in four ski areas. The Stubai Glacier with more than 100km of pistes is Austria’s largest glacier ski area. The Schlick 2000 ski centre is right at our doorstep and invites to enjoy varied skiing pleasures for the whole family. The Serles lifts are an ideal ski area for families, while the 11er lifts in Neustift with their steep pistes are suitable for advanced skiers. Beginners find numerous ski schools in the Stubai. Freeriders enjoy sheer unlimited skiing fun on untouched powder routes.

Ski School

The Stubai Tirol ski school is your professional partner for winter sports. You will find perfect assistance, from private lessons to group courses  for children and adults to snowboarding courses and cross-country skiing courses. In the BIG FAMILY winter world even the youngest ones are welcome. In the Kinderland Froneben children from 3 years learn how to ski in a playful way. In our hotel we will gladly inform you on all topics relating to booking ski courses.

Cross-Country Skiing

Cross-country skiing has become increasingly popular. The Stubai Valley is a real paradise for this sport. With 130km of tracks, the Stubai Valley offers perfect conditions in the entire valley. The network of tracks leads almost through the entire valley. There are also high-altitude cross-country skiing tracks in the Schlick 2000, in the Hochserles area and on the Stubai Glacier.


There are 12 toboggan runs and many quaint huts for breaks in the Stubai Valley. The toboggan run from the 11er through the Pinnistal valley to Neder is the Tyrol’s longest natural toboggan run. Night tobogganing can be enjoyed in the Schlick 2000 on every Thursday. The night run from the 11er mountain is floodlit three times per week and the toboggan run in Mieders is flloodlit on two nights per week. We are happy to inform you on all toboggan runs and cosy rest stops on the Stubai pastures.

Winter Hiking & Snowshoeing

The Stubai Valley offers numerous opportunities to experience the winter landscape, from leisurely strolls to demanding snowshoeing tours. More than 80 kilometres of cleared winter hiking trails invite to experience romantic hikes through the snow-covered landscape. Enjoy the mountain landscape and experience the impressive nature. Off the cleared winter hiking trails, there are numerous possibilities for snowshoeing. We will inform you on site about the routes and guided tours offered.

Paragliding & Hang-Gliding

Discover the Stubai Valley from a bird’s eye perspective – a real experience for beginners and pros! The Stubai Valley is known among hang-gliders far beyond the borders. But not only experienced gliders can enjoy flying to the full.  Beginners can learn how to fly from scratch in special aviation schools. There is also a programme for people who are curious about this sport – a tandem flight provides adrenaline rush for adventurists – enjoy the view of the Stubai mountains.