Situated 12km south of Innsbruck, the Stubai Valley must rank as one of the most beautiful in Austria’s Tirol. The region is renowned as one of Austria’s top ski areas. Suited for beginner through to expert, most of the marked terrain lies above 2300m. Between here and the summit we are usually able to ski from late October through to early June. The Stubai villages offer delightful traditional tirolean hospitality with a very friendly atmosphere and excellent accommodation.
Stubai Glacier Ski, 1780m – 3215m
The jewel in the crown of Stubai skiing! The Stubai Glacial Ski Area is the largest in the Stubai Valley and one of the largest all-year ski areas in Europe. Suited for the beginner through to expert, most of the 110km of marked terrain lies above 2300m. Between here and the summit we are usually able to ski from late October through to early June. Commencing from above Neustift at 1750m, two telecabins take you first to Station Fernau at 2300m, then to either Station Eisgrat at 2900m or to Station Gamsgarten 2600m. The dome-shape of the mountains provides spacious slopes of diverse degrees of difficulty suitable for every grade of skier.
Hotel Stolz (Matrei) 3*
On the edge of Matrei, the Hotel Stolz welcomes very happy groups back year after year.
Facilities: Large dining room, sitting room, ‘stuberl’ and bar.
Meals: Buffet breakfast, three course evening meal. Sleeps: Up to 98 in 2 and 3 bedded rooms, all with private facilities.
Journey times: Stubai Glacier 45 mins.
Off the slopes the Stubai offers impressive Facilities. There are three superb Sports Centres offering indoor tennis, squash and indoor swimming as well as ice-skating and alpine bowling. Innsbruck is easily reached for an excursion.
What you need to know
Bottom Station: 1750m
Top Station: 3215m
Number of Skilifts: 26
Marked Runs: 110km
Longest Run: 10km
Liftpass Photo required: No
Closest Glacier: In resort
Coach: Calais 12.5 hours via France-Switzerland-Austria
Air: Innsbruck 30 mins /Munich 2.5 hours /Salzburg 2.5 hours