Mountains, mountains and more mountains as far as the eye can see! It is no wonder that Stubai Valley is considerd by many to be the ultimate playground for outdoor enthusiasts. The Stubaierhof in Neustift is the perfect basecamp for exploring themajestic peaks of the Stubai Alps both in summer and winter. Get ready for the ultimate mountain experience!
mountain sports in Summer
head for the hills and scale the heights
As soon as spring arrives and the thick layer of snow on the mountains begins to melt, many locals and visitors use the opportunity to pull on their hiking boots or polish their mountainbike ready for the season ahead.
Outdoor enthusiasts will find a huge range of sports and activities throughout the Stubai Valley.
Some of the highlights close to the Stubaierhof in Neustift include the mighty Zuckerhütl, Habicht, Hoher Burgstall and Rinnenspitze mountains.
Hiking, rock climbing and mountainbiking are just some of the many attractions in the Stubai Valley.
hit the slopes in Winter
four ski resorts in the stubai valley
140 km of pistes, twelve toboggan runs, 130 km of cross-country skiing trails and 80 km of well-maintained winter hiking trails make the Stubai Valley a paradise for visitors who love being out and about in the mountains.
The toboggan run and ski slopes at the Elferlifte ski resort are just a short walk from the Stubaierhof.
There is also a free skibus taking wintersports enthusiasts to and from the four resorts in the Stubi Valley.
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questions & answers on the Stubai valley & Tirol
The Stubai Valley is a 30-minute drive from Innsbruck, at the heart of Tyrol.
The valley lies at between 900 and 1,700 metres above sea level.
Neustift lies at 1,000 metres above sea level.
The ski pistes on the Stubai Glacier generally remain open until June.
Skiing, tobogganing, ice skating, snowshoe walking, hiking, running, rock climbing, swimming, cycling, mountain biking – pretty much every kind of mountain sport you can imagine!
Because there is so much to see, do and explore with children. Highlights include themed walking trails, the Big Family Kids' Club, the Wild Water Way, the Treehouse Trail, etc.
The fabulous mountain scenery, the wide range of outdoor activities, the central location in the heart of the Alps yet just 30 minutes from Innsbruck.
Walking, hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, skiing, tobogganing, swimming and lots more!
If the weather is bad then we recommend a trip to the nearby city of Innsbruck,a visit to one of the many local museums, a day in one of the indoor swimming pools, or maybe brave the weather with a walk on the Wild Water Way. Oh, by the way: there's no such thing as bad weather - just the wrong clothing ;-)
It depends on the temperature, but generally the valley gets up to 2,5 metres each winter.
The Schlick 2000 ski resort and summer adventure area is excellent for families. We also recommend the local swimming pools, the Alpine Zoo in Innsbruck, a day out in Innsbruck, etc.
A huge network of walking and hiking trails, museums, outdoor activities, etc.
Yes. Many of the walking trails leaving from the hotel are accessible for pushchairs and buggies. We recommend Schlick 2000 and the Wild Water Way.
Absolutely. Dogs are allowed in many cable cars and restaurants. There are also plenty of dog-friendly walking trails near our hotel. Please keep your dog on a leash as and where necessary.