Hiking and mountaineering in Stubai valley
Hiking in Stubai valley is a memorable outdoor experience: Whether you prefer an athletic excursion on the mountains, a relaxed tour alongside idyllic forest paths or relaxation on one of the many sunny hut terraces, the choice is all yours.
No matter how you spend your holidays – alone, as a couple or as family with children – the diverse activities offer hiking fun for every taste and skill level.
A perfect holiday means having a place where you feel at home,
a place to dream, a place to retreat
Perfect for mountain enthusiasts
A vast hiking tour net promises numerous beautiful hiking tours in Stubai valley, no matter your condition, endurance or experience. From recreational hiking tours to challenging summit tours with a breathtaking view, the outdoor experiences in Stubai valley live up to every mountain enthusiast’s expectations. Culinary thematic hiking tours are also on offer, to get the most out of nature’s delicious abundance.
HIGHLIGHT: If you want to enjoy a special mountain experience, go on an excursion to Stubai Glacier and to the glacier platform “Top of Tyrol” at an elevation of 3,210 m. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the surrounding border-crossing mountain ranges and summits!
Hiking tips in Stubai valley
A perfect outing for families, the exciting 2 km disc trail (Scheibenweg) is located at Schlick 2000, leading from the panorama lake to the mid-station Froneben. The Serles park circular trail on the new dam in Mieders invites children to play exciting water games.
Other highlights include the Geh-Zeiten-Wege at Elferbahnen in Neustift and the “wild water path” (WildeWasserWeg) close to Stubai glacier.
Athletic summiteers are welcome to conquer the Seven Summits of Stubai valley or hike the “Stubaier Höhenweg”.