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The Stubaital is a true hiking paradise. An almost limitless hiking network stretches through the Stubaital and the Stubai Alps. From leisurely hikes to high alpine terrain, there is something for every taste.



More than 720 km long routes and 13,000 meters of altitude are waiting to be discovered by bike. Whether mountain bike, e-bike or downhill. All routes are adequately marked and interactive maps and QR codes on the signs make it easier to navigate through unfamiliar areas.


Looking for some refreshment after hiking? There are numerous opportunities for swimming and splashing around in the Stubai. From beautiful natural and mountain lakes to outdoor pools and indoor pools, everything is included. Little insider tip: our small but beautiful “Miederer Badl”.

The Miederer Bergbahnen offer a wide range of activities scattered all over the local mountain. From the idyllic reservoir with a great view of the entire valley, to the water play area and fun for the whole family.
The area is perfect for hiking and biking. Numerous paths, trails and power spots invite you to make the most of your day on the mountain. A great experience for big and small.

If you can’t get down to the valley fast enough by gondola or on foot, you can also ski downhill with more momentum. The Serlesbahnen summer toboggan run is the final highlight of an eventful day on the mountain. Well, who’s down the fastest?

s’Miederer Badl is a real nostalgic swimming pool. Built in 1928, it is the oldest swimming pool in Stubai and therefore also one of the oldest swimming pools in Tyrol. During the renovation in 2000, it was comfortably spruced up without losing any of its charm.


If you spend your stay at a participating partner business, a variety of services are included in your holiday in Stubai:

  • Free use of the Stubai Glacier cable car: 1 ascent and descent per day (no transport with ski equipment)
  • free use of the Serles cable cars: 1 ascent and descent per day
  • free use of the Schlick 2000 mountain railway: 1 ascent and descent per day
  • free use of the Elferbahnen in Neustift: 1 ascent and descent per day
  • free travel on Innsbruck public transport buses between Mutterberg and Innsbruck
  • free travel on the Stubaital railway Fulpmes-Innsbruck-Fulpmes
  • One admission per week for 3 hours to the swimming area in the StuBay adventure pool (admission to the sauna possible for an additional charge)
  • free use of the Neustift indoor swimming pool
  • free use of the Miederer Schwimmbad’l
  • 1 ride on the summer toboggan run in Mieders per week

The Stubai Super Card also offers a range of attractive bonus services:

  • 30 % discount on cinema tickets at the Fulpmes cinema
  • 30% discount on journeys with “The Sightseer” bus in Innsbruck
  • 30% discount on rafting tours in the Stubaital
  • 30% discount on the first entry to the new Air-Parc at StuBay
  • 30% discount on admission to the ice grotto on the Stubai Glacier
  • 30% discount on journeys with the Hüttentaxi from Neustift to the Oberissalm
  • 30% discount on admission to the Birds of Prey Park in Telfes
  • 30% discount on additional rides on the summer toboggan run in Mieders for holders of a Stubai Super Card (valid for single rides only, not valid on multi-ride packages)
  • 30% discount on admission to the cot museum in Fulpmes
  • 30% discount on admission to the Bergisel Stadium Innsbruck incl. use of the inclined lift and the tower lift
  • 30% discount on the combined ticket for the Innsbruck Provincial Museums (Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, Museum im Zeughaus, Tiroler Volkskunstmuseum, Hofkirche, DAS TIROL PANORAMA with Kaiserjägermuseum)

(The actual admission price for Stubai Super Card holders is the regular admission price of the respective partner minus 30%. This price is rounded to the nearest 50 cent amount. Example: The regular admission price minus 30% equals € 3.43. The actual reduced admission price is therefore € 3.50).