The leaves on the trees are appear almost golden, with the low sun softening the lines of the mountaintops. It’s autumn in Stubai. Walking this time of the year is a restorative, meditative experience. The stillness slows it all down and gives you strength, while Mother Nature presents herself once again in her prettiest dress.
Regardless of fitness levels, endurance and experience, the virtually endless hiking network has the right path for everyone. Mystically nestled up on the Serles mountain, Europe’s highest place of pilgrimage, Maria Waldrast, with its healing springs and the cosy monastery inn, is a popular destination for easier tours, which you can get to via the Quellenweg. Even Stubai hiking on the moor and a walk in the footsteps of the tourism pioneer Franz Senn have some rewarding autumn snapshots in store for you.
Feel the freedom and vitality. Out climbing. Out biking in the Stubai Valley. Out on the Glacier.
Perfectly fascinating all year round, picture-perfect in autumn: the Stubai climbing area.
No other valley offers such variety and quality when it comes to climbing parks and via ferratas. Fantastically weathered passages through the Schlick 2000 or the area around the Franz Senn inn, as well as pretty routes for beginners, let you feel your own strength, overcome personal limits, and experience the feeling of freedom and adventure – for that extra special rush.
Exploring the Stubai Valley on your bike is an especially valuable experience. And anyone now wanting to take their first turns in fresh snow on the slopes can take advantage of the range on offer at the Stubai Glacier, with guaranteed snow coverage from October onwards – and maximum quality for aspiring skiers, amateur skiers, snowboarders and ski tourers alike.
Our tip: Once a week, our host Martin Stolz laces up his hiking boots and leads you into the heart of the Stubai mountain world. Bikes are also available to hire.