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Review Stubai Glacier: Beginner Skiing

Stubai Glacier

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last update on Mar 31, 2021
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Category Beginner: Official review by
Beginner 9 / 10
Overall: 85 / 100
  • Great variety of ski schools and lessons offered
  • Great variety of runs for beginners
  • Good access to the beginner area
  • Well equipped kids park
  • Designated beginner areas

    Make your first turns around Restaurant Gamsgarten

    There are three nursery slopes for beginners of all ages served by the Mürmele, Kitzlift and Gamsgarten lifts on the slopes surrounding Restaurant Gamsgarten, at the mountain station of the Gamsgarten 2 lift. This area is also home to the Big Family Camp, a fantastic practice area operated by the local ski school. This ski camp has four additional magic carpet lifts, making ascending back up the hill child’s play.

    Simple tour around the Schaufelspitze

    If you’ve already gained some experience on two skis, you can bypass the nursery slopes around Gamsgarten and instead tackle this straightforward tour around the 3,333 metre Schaufelspitze – a route which only encompasses blue-marked runs (we’ve marked this tour on the trail map included in the images for this category): 

    • Piste no. 4 from Restaurant Eisgrat to the Bödelehütte
    • Trail 4a from the Bödelehütte to Fernau middle station 
    • Fernau surface lift back to the Bödelehütte
    • Fernau chairlift from the Bödelehütte to Pfaffengrat
    • Run no. 10 and another ride on the Fernau chairlift up to Pfaffengrat (you can ski trail no. 10 as often as you would like)
    • Piste 5c to Gaisskarferner Lift (On the Gaisskarferner you can also ski the blue-marked run no.5 as often as you like)
    • From the Gaisskarferner mountain station, you then take trail no. 1 or 1a back to Restaurant Eisgrat


    A perfect ski area for beginners overall

    We have no hesitation in awarding Stubaier Gletscher the full 10 points in the beginners category. With some 70 km of trails, this ski area is a good size for novices, making orientation easy. Over half of the trails here are rated blue, while the nursery slopes around Gamsgarten offer an ideal area for beginners to get to grips with life on the snow. In total, there are 11 blue trails to explore across the ski area.




    User Reviews

    Pep (Age: 36-40)
    Skill: Beginner • in Apr 2018
    Travelled as: Family
    Really good pistes but poorly prepared
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    Marc (Age: 36-40)
    Skill: Pro • in Apr 2018
    Travelled as: Couple
    Blue slopes are actually red
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    REINHARD FERCHL (Age: 36-40)
    Skill: Pro • in Oct 2017
    Travelled as: Family
    Yes there are enough ski schools on site and the piste offer for beginners is top. Very super groomed blue runs.
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    Rüdiger Olst (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Pro • in Oct 2017
    Travelled as: Family
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    Martin Bauer
    Martin Bauer (Age: 26-30)
    Skill: Pro • in Jan 2006
    Travelled as: n.V.
    Fantastic pistes for beginners on the Stubai Glacier!
    The beginner will find optimal conditions in the Stubai Glacier ski area. Due to the many blue pistes (12 of 22) and their scattering over the entire ski resort, the untrained skier can take any li... Read complete review
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