Winter Active


Winter Holidays with Family in the Stubai Valley

Countless possibilities at the Aparthotel STUBAI

Experience more than just skiing on your family winter holiday in the Stubai Valley. The Stubai Valley, with its wonderful winter landscape, offers many possibilities to keep your family active on holiday in winter. Ice skating, curling, sledding both day and night, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in the valley or on a high trail. A highlight for the whole family is a visit to the ice cave at the Stubai Glacier. You could also even just enjoy a romantic winter walk together.


Sledding by Day and Night

The Stubai Valley is the largest sledding arena in Tyrol

  • In the Stubai Valley, there are twelve sledding tracks, all awarded with the “Tyrolean Naturrodelbahn” quality seal. With 43 kilometers in length of unbridled sledding fun, the Stubaital is the largest sledding arena in Tyrol. Also one of Tyrol’s longest tracks for the fastest sleds lies here in the Stubai Valley.
  • On almost a daily basis, one of the night tracks in the Stubai Valley is illuminated. Enjoy an entertaining sledding party on the illuminated natural run and freshly prepared pistes at Schlick 2000.


Through deep snowy winter forests.

It can be a little tiring at first, crunching through pristine snow with telescopic poles and snowshoes strapped to the feet. However, hardly any other sport type can offer such bliss of an undisturbed winter landscape.

Snowy trees, bizarre windswept rocks and maybe you will spot a roe deer, a chamois or even a whole herd of stags. Above the forest boundary an endless panorama with countless peaks of the Hohen und Niederen Tauern awaits you. Prerequisites are suitable snow conditions and at least 3 participants.

Cross-Country Skiing

Classic cross-country skiing or skating in Stubai

Cross-country skiing is pure recreation for everyone. In addition to alpine skiing, this Nordic sport is highly popular in the Stubai Valley. Not just the kilometres covered, but also the conscious experience of the natural landscape.

When cross-country skiing or skating, all muscle groups are used, resulting in the extremely positive effect that this sport has on the entire body.
62 km of groomed and tracked cross-country skiing trails across all snow levels can be explored in the Stubai, thus guaranteeing snow for the cross-country trails. Skaters and classical cross-country skiers can find their perfect trail no matter what the altitude. Those seeking special cross-country skiing moments during their winter holidays in the Stubaital should not miss a round on the illuminated trail in Milders at night..

A special map of all Stubai cross-country ski trails is available at all Stubai Tourist offices for €2.00

Winter Hiking

Enjoy winter landscapes

Feel the fresh snow, step by step, past snow-covered trees, inhaling the cold winter air, accompanied by thousands of glittering ice crystals – winter walks and snowshoeing are especially idyllic in the Stubaital. Far away from the troubles of everyday life and stress, you will discover the essential nature of the Stubai when hiking through the snow canopied forests. On more than 80km of groomed winter hiking paths, active holidaymakers can let both their eyes and soul wander and find peace.

Warming yourself during a rest at one of the many quaint rest stops in Stubai is the perfect ending to a tranquil winter hike. Experience hiking through dreamy winter scenery in Stubai for yourself!

Night of Colours

Fiery and colourful

The “Night of Colours” promises not only plenty of colour but a vibrant and varied programme that will captivate viewers. The new programme will amaze under the motto
“Colour, Light and Fire” with new contributions such as an LED show and a large fire performance from the “Pyroterra” group. In addition, there are perfectly co-ordinated ski demonstrations from the Stubai ski schools as well as the freestyle team jumping through the night sky. The new programme also contains some of the more well-known highlights
such as the Pistenbully show or the traditional contribution from the young “Daunkogler” boys.
The new programme creates a new highlight for the 2016/17 winter season in the Stubai Valley.