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Stubaital - Stubaier Gletscher ski resort

Tyrol, Austria

Stubaital-Stubaier Gletscher ski resort is located in Tyrol, Austria. With a peak elevation of 3,210m, it offers skiers and snowboarders a 1,460m vertical drop. It is not only the largest glacier ski resort in Tyrol and in Austria but also one of the top addresses for glacier skiing in the Alps.

You can expect fantastic skiing conditions in Austria’s biggest glacier ski area. Powder snow is almost standard here, which will delight any skier or snowboarder. Well-groomed pistes, fantastic snow, and modern lift facilities all contribute to making a perfect alpine sports experience. Everyone is sure to find their ideal piste on the vast variety of trails. Unsurprisingly, Stubaital-Stubaier Gletscher ski resort was voted number one in the European Top Ten glaciers. Best of all, it has an exceptionally long season. At an altitude of between 1,750 and 3,210m, there is a 100% guarantee of snow from October to June.

In total Stubaital-Stubaier Gletscher ski resort offers 43 km of trails. 56% (24 km) of the total terrain ideal for beginners, 33% (14 km) suitable for intermediate skiers and 11% (5 km) for the more advanced and expert level skiers and snowboarders. This is all easily accessible with 22 ski lifts.

Stubaital-Stubaier Gletscher ski resort offers exciting opportunities for all skier levels, from first-time beginners to experts. 34 downhills in the ski area amidst impressive 3,000m-high mountains offer the right challenge for all abilities. Beginners, as well as advanced skiers, can enjoy gliding down the pistes.

A slew of family specials and attractions make Stubaital-Stubaier Gletscher ski resort a hit with families and youth groups. The spectacular Top of Tyrol viewing platform offers breathtaking 360-degree views of the surrounding mountain scenery.

The Stubai Glacier is an exciting summer excursion destination! If you want to escape from the heat down in the valley, you can enjoy numerous activities for the whole family at pleasant temperatures. Numerous hiking routes, glacier paths, climbing routes and via ferratas invite you to explore the glacier. If you want to get down really fast, you can toboggan down the glacier snow real fast.

The most expensive part of every ski trip is usually the accommodation costs. If you are looking to compare hotel prices and to book your accommodation for your next trip to Stubaital - Stubaier Gletscher ski resort please visit our STAY page. We invite you to book directly online through our website.

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Total Trails: 43 km 26.7 mi

  • Easiest 24 km 14.9 mi | 56%
  • More Difficult 14 km 8.7 mi | 33%
  • Most Difficult 5 km 3.1 mi | 11%
  • Terrain Park Yes
  • Half Pipes No

Resort Stats

Peak elevation:
3210 m 10531.5 ft
Base elevation:
1750 m 5741.5 ft
Vertical Drop:
1460 m 4790 ft
Total Trails:
43 km 26.7 mi
Longest Run:
10 km 6.2 mi

Lift Tickets

  • Day PassEUR 46
  • Kids Day PassEUR 29.90
  • Season PassEUR 243
  • Kids Season PassEUR 121.50
Prices check with resort for specials and discounts

Total Ski Lifts 26

  • Gondolas5
  • Chairlifts7
  • T-Bars10
  • 4 (Sunkid Moving Carpet)

Snowmaking Yes

  • Mtn Snowmaking %25 %
  • No of Snow guns69

Snow Report

  • Last Snow:Apr 29, 2016
  • 24hrs Snow 5 cm 2 - 2 in
  • Base (natural):0 cm 0 in
14 °C
4 °C
SW3 km/h SW2 m/h


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