A holiday in the Stubai Valley: dive into a world filled with magic. With mountains that just want to be walked up and family deals that’ll light up the little ones’ faces. In the most beautiful skiing areas with unbeatable winter sports expertise. That’s Stubai for you – probably Tyrol’s most centrally located yet original glacial valley, comprised of the villages of Neustift, Fulpmes, Telfes, Schönberg and Mieders. The village of Mieders is incidentally just 15 minutes from Innsbruck in the car, up at 942 m, at the foot of the Serles mountain, the Altar of Tyrol. A keen sense of togetherness, rustic farmsteads and a well-developed structure lend the village its laid-back charm. And it’s also right here that you’ll find the Alpenstolz Hotel in Stubai.
Each season a special treat
A mild, easy-going winter experience is on the heavenly agenda here. The Serlesbahnen lifts, the Elfer lifts, the Schlick 2000 and the Stubai Glacier lifts will whisk you away to glorious winter sports arenas.
The paths to a good rest are actually as diverse as you are: you can look forward to skiing and snowboarding away from the crowds, tobogganing, winter walks and tours. Or you can glide out on your cross-country skis over perfectly groomed cross-country trails.
The first crocuses will wave to the sun come the start of the hiking season in Stubai. Themed hiking trails are a particular speciality of the valley, just as mountain biking on the well signposted routes is. And a ride down the Stubai summer toboggan run should not be missing from any holiday diary either. The pilgrim trail ‘Quo Vadis’ is dedicated to the beloved late Bishop Reinhold Stecher and, starting from Innsbruck Cathedral, takes you straight past the hotel. Its destination is the highest monastery in Europe, Maria Waldrast, at 1638 m. Anyone who’s more inclined to do some shopping and sightseeing is guaranteed to strike gold in Innsbruck, the state capital of Tyrol 20 km away. On top of that, there’s a new amusement park with lots of exciting attractions opening up soon.