Hiking – as far as your feet will carry you

The Stubaital is a true hiker’s paradise. The Stubaital and the Stubai Alps offer an almost limitless hiking network. An unforgettable nature experience as the Stubaital offers something for everyone, independent of training condition, stamina and experience. Walks and hikes in the village of roses or to scenic nature site, easy routes on medium altitudes and themed trails, the WildeWasserWeg, the Stubaier Höhenweg and the more challenging Seven Summits routes … the offer is extensive.

More leisurely hikers often take the cable cars when ascending or descending, as their use is included in the Stubai Super Card.

In addition to quaint huts and tasty Stubai delicacies, impressive views mark the end of the hike. Panoramic views of the summits and the platforms at the Stubai Glacier, the Schlick 2000 and at the Elfer are probably the most rewarding experiences when hiking.

Climbing rock and ice

No any other valley in Tyrol offers via ferrata trails and climbing gardens in such quantity and variety. Beginners as well as professionals will get their special kick in the secured cliffs of the Stubaital, as some of the routes come with fascinatingly exposed passages.

In the Schlick 2000 or in the area of the Franz-Senn-Hütte in the Stubai there is a variety of challenging alpine climbing routes and some hook-secured multi-rope routes. In winter, mountaineers particularly value the ice fall climbing. Beginners can try out that sport at the ice climbing tower at the Stubai Glacier, also on occasion of a course offered by mountain guides. Alternatively, you can check out the indoor climbing hall in Fulpmes in winter.

The Adventure Park in Fulpmes, the largest high wire garden in Tyrol, offers 130 exercises across 13 parcours, where both children as well as professional athletes will have fun, as they can meet the ski jumping stars of the Stubaital, Gregor Schlierenzauer or Andreas Kofler, there from time to time.

On your bike and up the hill!

What skiing is in winter, biking is in summer. In the Stubaital, the biking arena in the heart of Tyrol, there are numerous trails and routes on offer to explore the region on two wheels. All bikers, from extreme athletes all the way to leisurely e-bikers, will find a matching challenge.
The 720 km long comprehensive trail network in the Stubaital with a difference in altitude of approximately 13,000 m offers sufficient variety and is arranged in line with the Mountain Biking Model Tyrol. All routes are properly sign-posted. Interactive maps as well as QR codes at the signs facilitate navigation through unknown areas.

Racing bikers can use the asphalted Stubai alpine road to ascent to the Valley Station of the Stubaier Gletscherbahn. Beginners and advanced cyclists can improve their technique in the Bike Academy in Fulpmes with the help of expert bike guides. You can ride everywhere with e-bikes, but only the eight specially designed e-bike routes feature rentals and charging stations.

Along the bike routes there are special accommodation facilities for bikers that cater specially to the needs of cyclists. In addition to savoury biker’s meals, they also provide repair services and bike wash stations.

When you are planning a biking tour through the Stubaital, our bike specialists in the valley are happy to be of assistance. In addition to expert expertise, preparation or support services, the professionals gladly provide information on particularly beautiful tours.
The Stubai Bike Challenge is a special event held every year. In four stages, the Stubaital can be explored on two wheels. You can participate either in individual stages or in the complete race.

The refreshing water in the Stubai

Water rats watch out! A dip in the pool and a few strokes in the refreshing element are a welcome refreshment during your activity holidays in the Stubaital – no matter what the season. Big and small folks simply love playing in water, and the Stubaital offers numerous possibilities to swim and relax for the entire family. From natural lakes, outdoor pools, all the way to indoor facilities – the selection of possibilities is extensive. Newly open as of autumn 2014: the StuBay leisure centre.


Fly with the eagles in the Stubaital

The unusual thermic lift and the impressive scenery make the Stubai a popular place for hang- and paragliders. Who could resist the view from above down to one the Seven Summits or the many other impressive summit formations?

Professionals and beginners will be enthusiastic about these options for their activity holidays in the Stubaital. Several flight schools offer trial courses and tandem flights.