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Leisure options in the Stubaital

A few kilometres south of Innsbruck, the Stubaital flows into the Wipptal. The approximately 35 km long high valley leads at around 1,000 m above sea level in a south-westerly direction deep into the varied and magnificent mountain world of the Stubai Alps.
The main villages are Neustift, close to the Stubai Glacier, and Fulpmes, the village of the blacksmiths and valley station of the Kreuzjochbahn cable car, which leads to the skiing and hiking paradise Schlick 2000. Sunny Telfes, dreamy Mieders and Schönberg, which welcomes you after crossing the Europabrücke bridge at the valley entrance, are also popular destinations in the Stubaital. For your holiday, there are thus many possibilities for varied activities.


 

Family friendly hotel in the Stubai Valley

If you are planning a holiday in the Stubaital with your family, our hotel is the right choice. The valley offers a variety of activities in every season: The skiing area in Stubai is one of the most family-friendly skiing areas in the Alps. In summer, the region can be perfectly explored on bikes or during hiking tours. With us, the young and the elder ones can take a deep breath, have fun, experience a lot and enjoy.

Your advantages in our family-friendly hotel
Note that your children receive discounts when staying at our hotel – please contact our team directly for the discounted rates for children. Enjoy your active holiday with child and your four-legged darling in the Stubaital. We look forward to welcoming you and your family!
 

Summer in Tyrol

How about a summer holiday in the midst of magical mountain scenery and the vital nature of the Alps? Enjoy everything the Stubaital has to offer you in summer!
 

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Winter in Tyrol

Let`s welcome wihter together - the snow-covered peaks and slopes of the Stubaital, where first everything revolves around skiing. 
 

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Excursion tips

In less than half an hour you can reach the alpine-urban capital of Tyrol. Innsbruck's 800-year-old old town exudes medieval charm and tells of the city's eventful history. 


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