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About Stubai Valley
The Stubai Valley is located, approximately 25 km south of Innsbruck, the capital city of the Tyrol. The valley can be reached easily on the motorway A13 or without paying a toll fee on the national road B182 towards Italy - Exit „Stubaital“.
The Stubai Glacier in Neustift represents one of the most extensive all-year-skiing areas in the Eastern Alps with over 100 km of slopes and off-slope tracks of all grades of difficulty and a 4.5 km high-altitude cross country slope. It is the biggest glacier skiing terrain in Austria with absolute certainty of snow from October until June.
- 147 km slopes with 100% snow guarantee from October until June
- biggest glacier in Austria
- children under 10 years accompained by a parent are free
- 11 toboggan runs with over 60 km
- Tirols longest toboggan run
- 130 km cross-country-skiing tracks
- 88 km winter walking path
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What's New This Season at Stubai Valley
ADAC prices the Stubai Glacier as top-skiing area for families. The currently released ADAC SkiGuide has checked up 1,500 wintersport areas and found out the best in the categories ski alpin, family-/child-friendly and cross-country/nordic as well as the three climber of the upcoming season.
The Stubai Glacier is the winner in the category family-/child-friendly. The Stubai Glacier has been rated especially child- and familyfriendly: children under the age of ten ski for free when accompanied by a parent and the BIG Family Ski-Camp offers high-quality childcare on the mountain with kinderland, kindergarden and children's restaurant.
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Stubai Valley Address
Tourist Office Stubai Tirol
Stubaitalhaus, Dorf 3
Neustift im Stubaital, A AT
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