The Stubai Glacier (Stubaier Gletscher) ski resort is situated in Stubai, Tyrol, Austria, specifically in the Innsbruck-Land district. With 68.1 km of slopes available for skiing and snowboarding, the winter sports area spans elevations from 1,697 to 3,212 meters. The resort is conveniently located just 45 minutes away from Innsbruck. At the Stubai Glacier, visitors can enjoy approximately 35 slopes catering to all skill levels, from easy to challenging, in the stunning Stubai Alps. The glacier ensures a snow guarantee from October to May, making it a reliable destination for winter sports enthusiasts. The resort continually invests in modern facilities, including a new 3S lift and base station introduced in the 2016/2017 season. A new valley run along the lift track of the 3S Eisgrat lift provides an exciting skiing experience. Notable highlights include a 10 km long valley run with an impressive vertical drop of almost 1,500 meters from the mountain station at 3,210 meters. The Daunhill slope, featuring a 60% incline, adds an extra thrill to the skiing experience. Freestyle enthusiasts can explore the Snowpark Stubai Zoo, which offers easy, medium, and pro lines. Freeriders receive optimal support from the Powder Department Stubai Glacier. Families are well catered to with the BIG Family Ski-Camp, providing daycare services, and children under 10 can ski for free when accompanied by a paying parent.
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Stubai Glacier is situated at the end of the Stubaital (Stubai Valley) in the Tyrol region of Austria. The closest airport to the Stubai Glacier is Innsbruck Airport. From there you reach the Stubai Glacier after a 43 km drive. When landing at Innsbruck Airport, we recommend the hotel shuttles from numerous accommodations. Taxis and buses are also available at the airport.
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October - May