Altitude: 982-3210 Meters

Stubaital in short

  • Glacier skiing
  • Authentic atmosphere
  • Great for snowboarders
  • Good mixed-ability ski area

This valley is a great example of the authentic Tyrol atmosphere with its beautiful villages which seem to have come right out of a fairy tale. Picturesque churches, typical warm and cosy farms and welcoming cafes are abound. The Stubai glacier actually consists of 4 glaciers, which together form one of the largest all-season ski areas in Europe. Wide blue ski slopes alternate with tougher more challenging ones, with occasionally, some ungroomed areas interspersed. The cross-country trails cover an overall distance of over 68km.

With well over 170 km of superb ski slopes, fairly shared out between beginners, intermediates and experts, this ski area is a dream for every winter sports fan. The facilities for snowboarders are excellent although it's worth noting that there are rather a lot of drag lifts here - not always that popular with snowboarders... The different ski areas are connected by regular, free ski buses. Neustift is the main ski resort giving access to the Stubai Glacier and it is where the majority of ski schools are based. Ski touring is very popular here too.

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Beginners
Freeride/off-piste
—Intermediate
Cross country
—Advanced
Guaranteed snow
Families & Children
Price level
Snowboard/freestyle

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Overview of slopes and lifts in Stubaital

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Ski lifts

Additional information

Blue slopes46,0 km Drag lifts18Start of the season2 December
Red slopes28,8 km Chair lifts10End of the season8 April
Black slopes12,2 km Gondola lifts9Glacier
Off-piste0,0 km Train0Min. altitude982 m
Total87,0 km Capacity68490 Pers./HourMax. altitude3210 m

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Off-piste & freestyle in Stubaital

Snow parks 2Tables
Half pipeBoxes
Quarter pipeRails
BoardercrossOff-piste allowed
KickersOff-piste zone

Ski pass prices (low season)

Low season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Stubaier Super Skipass EUR 129.50 EUR 259.00 10 Years old
Stubaier Gletscher EUR - EUR - 10 Years old
Olympia SkiWorld Pass EUR 141.00 EUR 235.00 5 Years old
Schlick 2000 EUR 95.00 EUR 186.30 10 Years old

Ski pass prices (high season)

High season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Stubaier Super Skipass EUR 129.50 EUR 259.00 10 Years old
Stubaier Gletscher EUR 115.50 EUR 231.00 10 Years old
Olympia SkiWorld Pass EUR 141.00 EUR 235.00 5 Years old
Schlick 2000 EUR 105.60 EUR 207.00 10 Years old

Blogs about Stubaital

22 February 2018 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

High-altitude ski resorts have the best snow and the best views, whether you’re in the Alps or the Rocky Mountains. Glacier ski resorts in particular have the added advantage of being open during the summer months so you can pursue your love for skiing and snowboarding unhindered. If you’re hankering after panoramic vistas and guaranteed snow, you’ll ideally want to choose a ski resort that sits around 3000m or higher. To help you on your way, we’ve compiled a list of thirteen of the best hig... More ›

30 January 2017 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

Nestled at the end of the Stubai Valley, Austria’s Stubai Glacier is one of the most popular glaciers in Austria. In the preseason, when the picturesque green valley is still celebrating the vestiges of summer, the guaranteed snow from October to June draws massive crowds of snow-savvy skiers to the largest glacier in Austria. Discover top-notch powder and modern amenities at this glacier paradise. With a variety of pistes, family-friendly facilities and a challenging terrain park, there’s som... More ›

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Stubaital

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The information applies for the ski area of Stubaier Gletscher. During the ski season information is updated daily.

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