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Review Stubai Glacier: Freestyle Skiing

Category Terrain Parks: Official review by
1 year ago
Terrain Parks 9 / 10
Overall: 85 / 100
  • One or more terrain parks available
  • Adequate set-up in the terrain park
  • Obstacles for beginners and experts
  • Changing set-up
  • Lift to the terrain park

Stubai Zoo – Stubaier Gletscher’s very own terrain park

Terrain Parks

Stubai Zoo on Gaisskarferner is open from October well into spring and is one of the largest snowboard and freestyle ski parks in Tyrol during the early and late part of the season. Situated at 3,100 metres above sea level, it boasts an absolute snow guarantee from early on in the season. The park offers up three different lines tailored to different levels of ability. The terrain park is freshly shaped and groomed every day, and has been served by its own lift since autumn 2014, allowing freestyle skiers to spend all day in the park without any detours. Another decisive advantage: The south-facing orientation of the park makes long shredding sessions are much more pleasant experience if the sun is out. There are plenty of deckchairs at the park base and fresh beats coming from the speakers to provide the soundtrack to your day.

Stubai Zoo - Park Setup

Pro Line:

  • 3 jumps (14m, 16m and 18m)
  • High rail / Canon
  • Downrail
  • Wallride

Medium Line:

  • 4 jumps (each with two jump heights of 6m and 10m)
  • Flatbox
  • Kinked rail

Jib/Easy Line:

  • 10 simple butter boxes, butter rainbows and easy jumps



Martin Bauer
Category Terrain Parks: Review by User Martin Bauer
Terrain Parks 6 / 10
Overall: *52 / 60
*6 out of 10 categories rated

    No fun-park, but great backcountry riding!

    To Snowboarders wanting to get their fill of air time we can only partly recommend the “Stubai Glacier”.A run with inflated curves is all there exists. When we tested the resort neither terrain-park nor half-pipe had been groomed. Please check out the reorts website for current information on the terrain park situation. For snowboarding beginners the “Stubai Glacier” resort is more than recommendable, as there are many spacious easy (blue) runs there (particularly run 1 and 10). Furthermore most ski-lifts are either chair-lifts or gondolas. Snowborders who have a preference for off-piste riding will certainly get their fill of powder at the “Stubai Glacier” resort. With a sufficient depth of snow you’ll find many spine-tingling off-piste descents next to the groomed slopes (Please be aware of the current avalanche situation!)


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