Stubai Glacier skiing holidaysSkiing & snowboarding in Stubai Glacier

Ski holidays in Stubai - a 40km long valley flanked by towering mountains with the Stubai glacier, Austria's largest and most famous, at the helm giving guaranteed snow and a ski season that usually starts in October and runs through to the end of May. Just 30 minutes drive from Innsbruck, Stubai is one of Austria's most beautiful valleys just over the Brenner pass from Italy and home to some traditional, authentic, family friendly villages.

These inlude the quaint resorts of Neustift, Fulpmes, Telfes, Meiders and Schönberg. Only Neustift and Fulpmes have ski schools and their own ski areas.However, don't be fooled by it's quaintness! Stubai punches well above it's weight when it comes to the skiing and for the the apres-ski - relaxed and fun is how we would describe it.

neustift village in Stubai

Children

On the Stubai glacier, children are well looked after with the "Big Family" creche at the Gamsgarten mountain station taking kids from the age of 3 where they can play with handicrafts, painting and playing inside or outside in the snow. The opening times are daily from 8.45 am to 4pm.

There is also the "Big Family Ski Camp" next door which is a secure area where kids from the age of 4 can learn to ski. See www.schischule-neustift.com for more information and how to book lessons.

Skiing in Stubai

The skiing around the valley is suitable for all levels of skier and boarder with over 140kms of piste covering the ski areas of:

  • Schlick 2000 above the village of Fulpmes
  • Elfer above Neustift
  • Mieders, and
  • Stubai glacier which is the main and best area with 110km of slopes including 50km of high altitude green & blue pistes for beginners
stubai glacier, ski holidays in stubai valley

Beginners

For the complete beginner, there are some excellent nursery slopes at Fulpmes and the Neustift villages with gentle open slopes that are ideal for learning the basics.

Intermediate

Most of the terrain throughout the Stubaital valley are geared towards intermediates with long open pistes that are great for carving. There is also the fun park on the glacier to try a few new tricks....

Advanced

For the advanced skier there are a few blacks but most of the fun is off the piste and on the 20km of trails. If you are thinking of doing this on the glacier, it is essential you take a guide.

Snowboarding

There is plenty for snowboarders on the Stubai Glacier including the snowboard fun park with it's table-top and quarter-pipe. If you fancy something different, you can head to Schlick 2000 where there is a natural fun park.

Cross-country

In total there is about 100 km of cross-country skiing tracks from beginner to expert in the Stubai Valley. On the glacier, there are 2km of high-altitude cross-country tracks (skating).

Featured ski chalets

The accommodation in the villages around the Stubai valley is superb offering a full range of options from family owned hotels to beautiful self-catering ski chalets and apartments. In total, there are over 22,000 tourist beds for all budgets and tastes.

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Our view on ski holidays in Stubai Valley

The Stubaital valley is known for being one of the best areas in the Alps for family ski holidays. With welcoming villages, stunning scenery and home to Austria's largest glacier, the Stubai valley certainly earns it's reputation as being a fun place for a ski holiday on and off the slopes.

stubai glacier

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