Surrounded by 80 glaciers and 109 3,000-metre (9,842 ft) peaks, the Stubai Valley offers great hiking for all ability levels in summer, from a thrilling high-altitude hike to the eternal ice of the Stubai Glacier and themed trails that promise true adventure in the mountains. Read our five reasons why you should spend your hiking holiday in the Stubai Valley in Austria:
1. The Stubai mountain lakes
The Stubai mountain lakes are especially magical in the early morning hours, when they are still in shade whilst the Wilder Freiger peak is already illuminated by the sun. The lakes are a wonderful place to relax.
2. The Stubai’s nature
In the Stubai Valley, you journey through picturesque, untouched Tyrolean landscapes and idyllic Stubai nature – the perfect backdrop for adventure and relaxing breaks.
3. The WildWaterTrail
The WildWaterTrail leads past raging mountain rivers to the mighty Grawa Waterfall, a natural monument and the widest waterfall in the Eastern Alps.
4. The Seven Summits Stubai
Unique summit moments on the Seven Summits Stubai, the seven most characteristic Stubai mountains with majestic views.
5. The Stubai High Trail
If you have plenty of surefootedness, a basic fitness level and a head for heights, you will be rewarded with breathtaking views on the Stubai High Trail (komoot.de/collection/336).
Enjoy the fresh mountain air, admire the unique panorama and discover the mountain world of the Stubai for yourself!
The Stubai Super Card as the perfect vacation companion:
You can experience the wonderful mountain world even more intensively during the summer with the Stubai Super Card. It includes numerous benefits such as free journeys on the mountain railroads (Serlesbahnen Mieders, Schlick 2000, Elferbahnen, Stubai Glacier), the Stubai Valley Railway and the buses, as well as entrance to swimming pools, and more. You receive the card when you stay overnight in one of the partnering hotels.
On this hike you will discover several breathtaking mountain lakes in the rear of the Stubai Valley, the clear water of which reflects the mighty peaks of the surrounding mountains. A gondola takes part of the ascent for you. You float comfortably from the valley station of the Stubai Glacier Lifts up…
This hike takes you up into the alpine mountains on many tight bends. Your goal is a lake with a great panorama. About halfway through the ascent you will pass a hut where you can stop on the way there or back.
From the Oberissalm it goes steeply up through the mountain pines. Then the slope between the…
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Wonderful mountain paths lead you to the wonderful Schlicker See. The Kreuzjochbahn from Fulpmes takes a good portion of the ascent from you so that you can fully enjoy the mountains. But then you collect a lot of altitude downhill to Neustift. From the mountain station you start quite comfortably over…
This tour takes you to one of the most beautiful views in the whole of the Stubai Valley. The hike begins comfortably with a climb to the mountain station of the Kreuzjochbahn in Fulpmes. You owe it to the mountain railway that the vertical meters downhill far exceed the vertical meters uphill on this…
This beautiful hike is all about beautiful views: It takes you to a spectacular vantage point and a mountain inn with a panorama. And there is also a lot to see on the way.
The route begins at a hikers' car park on the northern outskirts of Telfes. You cover the first few hundred meters on a forest road…
The Elfer, Neustift's local mountain, is one of the Stubai Seven Summits because of its height and boldness. If you don't want to hike over the steep rock towers of the mountain, you can go around the magnificent mountain range on a hike with great views. The route is just as varied as the rock - rugged…
Flower meadows surrounded by larches, pasque, blue gentian, arnica and co share the fields with brush grasses and dwarf shrubs, sheltered by light-flooded conifers. The so-called "owl meadows" were created by slash-and-burn as farmers created new grazing land at higher altitudes. While the other trees…
The first part of the WildeWasserWeg starts in the so-called WildeWasserArena in Ranalt and leads along the Ruetz through the spectacular Ruetz Cataract, a gorge, to the Tschangelair Alm.
In the WildeWasserArena you learn everything about the importance of water and there are many wonderful "Platzerl…
The second part starts right at the view of the magnificent Grawa Waterfall. From here you continue on the old alpine trail. Good shoes, sure-footedness and a bit of fitness are required - but it's worth it. As you ascend, you can admire the waterfall on two other platforms. Here you can feel the unbridled…
The last part of the WildeWasserWeg takes you into the wonderful world around the Sulzenauferner. Behind the Sulzenau hut you follow the glacier nature trail along the water past the "Blaue Lacke" a small mountain lake and the smooth cut rocks through the plateau. Here you can see how the glacier once…
The Serles seems to be alone. The pyramid rises imposingly, as the queen of the surrounding mountains. Yes, the Serles ruled the Stubai Alps with their magnificent appearance. Legend has it that a wild knight was once cursed by a farmer for his fury and cruelty, along with his sons. So where once his…
A white horn from one, a rocky, rugged summit from the other side, the highest peak in the Stubai Alps and so powerful is it: the Zuckerhütl. Located on the border with South Tyrol, it is still in the background, despite its proud 3,507 meters. The ascent is not a picnic, but the summit ascent brings…
The "Hoger", as he is called by the locals. The path leads steeply up to the 3,277 meter high summit with the beautiful summit cross. Technically not the most difficult of the Stubai Seven Summits, it does require a little bit of physical fitness, because you're gaining altitude fast. Although the hawk…
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