- Elevated between 1,750 m and 3,210 m, the ski resort is among the 5 highest elevated ski resorts in Austria. The vertical drop from summit to base is 1,460 m. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of ski resorts in Austria is 727 m. Most runs are therefore relatively long.
- Snow coverage is usually best during March, offering an average snow depth of 245 cm at summit elevation and 52 cm at the base.
- Offering 114 km of slopes and terrain, Stubaital is among the 15 largest ski resorts in Austria.
The Stubai Valley gives variety to your holiday. It is located approximately 16 km south of the provincial capital Innsbruck at an altitude of 1,000 m. Neustift is Tirol´s second largest municipality (in terms of surface area). Over 150 km of slopes on four ski resorts, ten toboggan runs with over 60 km slopes, 130 km cross-country-trails and many other sport activities make the Stubai Valley so attractive. Austrias biggest glacier skiing are – the Stubai Glacier – with 100% snow guarantee from October till June, is located in Neustift. The landscape is overwhelming in this alpine valley of the superlative with the mighty Stubaier glacier at the valley head. Visitors seeking relaxation come here to refuel on new energy surrounded by refreshing mountain air and to leave the everyday grind far behind. A varied week-long programme filled with nature and culture along with the warm Tirolean hospitality is further assurances for an unforgettable holiday. To get to the Stubai Valley simply take the Brenner motorway or the toll free motorway over the Brenner federal highway, exit Schönberg.