When the white blanket gives way to lush green Alpine meadows and the chirping of the birds heralds the warmer time of year, spring is not far off. Now there’s plenty to discover out hiking in the Stubai Valley. Pack your hiking boots and embark on your hiking holiday in the Stubai Valley. Or get pumped up for the start of biking season. And anyone who’d like to savour the taste of winter again doesn’t have far to go to get to the Stubai Glacier, with its guaranteed snow coverage until June.
Did you know that the Blaser, Tyrol’s most flower-covered mountain, awaits you in Mieders? The majority of wild flower species typically found in Tyrol are indigenous here and in the spring unfurl into a charming carpet of blossoms. Get ready for an adventure into nature with a high-speed ride down the summer toboggan run at the Serlesbahnen lifts. The Alpine coaster, plummeting a distance of 2.8 km, up at 640 m, with 40 steep turns, is an unforgettable holiday adventure.
And anyone who’d just like to walk into the sunshine, no bells and whistles, will be rewarded with moments of peace and quiet in the magical world of the Alps.
Original paradise for pedal knights
Head up to the Stubai mountains on the Hochserles 8-seater cable car or hop on the saddle straight from the hotel. The mountain biking expertise of the Stubai region wows even fully-fledged cycling specialists. Perfectly signposted, your path takes you over forest tracks and trails into the heart of the original natural landscape. The Tyrolean mountain bike model is standard for all routes, a guarantee of quality for easy navigation and safe touring.
Our tip: The hotel manager Martin Stolz is a Stubai man himself and knows many a little spot off the well-trodden paths. Set off with him once a week on a journey into nature. Or use our very own bike hire service at the hotel.