Altitude: 1695-3210 Meters

Stubai Glacier in short

  • One of the largest glacier ski areas in Austria
  • Ideal ski area for families & children
  • Good snow even in the spring

The Stubai Glacier is the largest glacier ski area in Austria, with around 100km of slopes. Snow is guaranteed from October to June on up to 35 pistes, with altitudes between 1695-3210m. The Stubai Glacier is best suited to beginner and intermediate skiers but is also very popular with freestylers thanks to the snow park, the Stubai Zoo. Families will feel at home here thanks to the Big Family ski camp, children-friendly restaurant and ski nursery from the age of 3. Stubai Glacier is just 45 minutes from Innsbruck.

The Top of Tyrol viewing platform at 3210m offers fantastic panoramic views of the entire Stubai Glacier ski area, down to the Ötztal valley in Sölden. The wide slopes are perfect for practising your turns, and freeriders will also find some routes through the powder here. The longest run is 10km long and leads down to the Stubai Valley - recommended for experienced skiers only and depending on snow cover. The recently inaugurated 3S Estratbahn cable car brings skiers and snowboarders up to 2900m without the need to change lifts.

Overview of lifts and pistes in Stubai Glacier


Ski lifts

Additional information

Blue slopes23,0 km Drag lifts10Start of the seasonOctober
Red slopes15,0 km Chair lifts7End of the seasonJune
Black slopes4,0 km Gondola lifts5Glacier
Off-piste0,0 km Train0Min. altitude1695 m
Total42,0 km Capacity40070 No. of pers/hourMax. altitude3210 m

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No. of mountain restaurants10 Ski lockers at the valley station
Average price for 0.5L of beerEUR 4.20 Ski lockers price/dayEUR 2.50
Average price for a hotdogEUR 5.30 Free parking at the valley station
Most beautiful viewParking price/day

Off-piste & freestyle in Stubai Glacier

Snow parks 1Tables
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
SKI plus CITY Pass EUR 134.00 EUR 268.00 6 Years old
Stubaier Gletscher EUR 98.20 EUR 196.40 10 Years old
Schlick 2000 EUR 98.20 EUR 192.60 8 Years old

Ski pass prices (high season)

High season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
SKI plus CITY Pass EUR 134.00 EUR 268.00 6 Years old
Stubaier Gletscher EUR 119.50 EUR 239.00 10 Years old
Schlick 2000 EUR 109.10 EUR 214.00 8 Years old

Weblogs about Stubai Glacier

16 September 2019 by Danielle in 'Latest news'' | 0

The Stubai Glacier is officially open for the 2019-20 ski season, having received 55cm of fresh snow in the ski area just a few days before its season opening this past weekend. The Austrian ski area enjoyed perfect conditions, with the clouds clearing and sunny blue skies for the first tracks of the season.[CUSTOM-HTML:1]... More ›

1 September 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

The highest-altitude ski areas are starting to open for ski season soon! Below is a list of ski areas that are projected to open in September and October. Please note the dates have been provided by the ski areas but are subject to change depending on snow cover.... More ›

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 ›

Snow report
Stubai Glacier

Mountain55 cm
Valley0 cm
open - dicht

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

Slope conditions undefined
Km of slopes open 3
Open lifts5 from 38
Toboggan run open
Snow park closed
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