Your host is a qualified Tyrolean Mountain Hiking Guide…

The ideal starting point for hikes of all types

Outstanding hiking routes, a fantastic natural landscape and clear mountain air awaits you during your holiday in the Stubai Valley. The almost limitless hiking network of the Stubai Valley offers every hiker, regardless of their fitness level or experience, numerous possibilities: themed hiking trails, the ‘Stubaier Höhenweg’, the ‘Adlerweg’, the Seven Summits, the ‘WildeWasserWeg’ and many more.
A trip through the Stubai Alps should include a stop at one of the many charming alpine and mountain huts. Here you can enjoy Stubai delights, Tyrolean delicacies and sweet temptations.


By clicking on the link WANDERWEGE on the left side of the interactive map, it can be used as a hiking map.


Hiking Services at Aparthotel STUBAI

Hiking tips from a qualified mountain hiking guide

We are passionate hikers and know exactly what is important during your holiday in the Stubai Valley. The head of the house, a qualified mountain hiking guide, will show you with great enthusiasm the most beautiful places in Stubai through a guided hike (free of charge). On request you will receive individual tour recommendations or you can choose from our self-compiled tour map.
Good hiking equipment is important – hiking poles and a hiking rucksack can be rented free of charge from us. A professional hiking map can be acquired for a small charge.

Stubaital: Seven Summits

7 Mountains one objective – conquering peaks

7 mountains that demonstrate their magnitude in various forms. The Seven Summits Stubai offers every hiking tourist in the Stubai Valley a unique mountain experience. The seven peaks shape the landscape of the Stubaital and were chosen by hiking and mountain guides for the enjoyment of visitors to the Stubaital. Within the Seven Summits belongs the Zuckerhütl (3,507 m) with it’s snowy white cap, the Wilde Freiger (3,418 m), Habicht (3,277 m), the Rinnenspitze (3,003 m) and the distinctive Serles (2,717 m). Also included is the Hohe Burgstall (2,617 m), known for its panoramic views of the Stubai Valley and the smallest of the seven, the Elfer (2,505 m), the local mountain of Neustift. The Seven Summits award beckons for all successful summiteers who have verification marks on their Seven Summits pass (available at reception).

Leisure Hiking in the Stubai Alps

Vouchers for all culinary connoisseurs

On our leisure paths in the Stubai Valley nothing but pure enjoyment takes the centre stage – unforgettable Tyrolean mountains and culinary delights from the region.
With the voucher, normally worth €6 each but available at our reception for €3, you can enjoy local products or even your midday snack at selected alpine and mountain huts.
Stubai delicacies are characterised with the “Stubaier Kostbarkeiten” emblem. These huts place a special emphasis on regional products and dishes.


Sunrise with Mountain Breakfast

Alpine breakfast at the Sennjochhütte (2,200m)

Enjoy regional alpine specialities at over 2,000m. Once a week, depending on sunrise time and the weather forecast, we ride with the hut taxi to the Sennjochhütte. There you can experience an unforgettable sunrise before a stunning mountain backdrop. A rustic mountain breakfast follows at the Sennjochhütte with a subsequent hike to the Hohe Burgstall. Depending on weather conditions, this hike takes place once a week.