While many are already absorbed in summer holiday planning, the Stubai Valley is going into extra time: spring skiing is just around the corner. Only about twenty minutes away from Innsbruck, the Stubai Glacier and the Schlick 2000 ski centre have a lot to offer for those who just can’t get enough: varied slopes, the first warm temperatures of the year together with soft snow and regional delicacies, which can be enjoyed with a view of the mountains. At an altitude of over 3,000 metres, the impressive Stubai Glacier enjoys the best spring conditions for skiing and snowboarding – for beginners, advanced skiers and pros. With numerous downhill runs, the Powder Department, the Stubai Zoo snow park and plenty of space, everyone is sure to get their money’s worth.
Skiing in the spring? This is nothing unusual in the Stubai Valley in Tyrol. Even at this time of year, perfectly prepared slopes, an incomparable panorama and regional delicacies await all winter sports fans. On the Stubai Glacier and in the Schlick 2000, holidaymakers can enjoy the first warm days of the year in the snow up until Easter and even in May and get their fill of vitamin D at the same time. The Elferbahnen and Serlesbahnen skiing areas are always worth a visit right through until March. Thanks to numerous offers and events, nothing can stand in the way of sunny downhill runs at the end of the season.
|The Snowpark Stubai Zoo on the Stubai Glacier offers his XXL-Setup from April 1st 2023.|
Just like the Stubai Glacier, the Schlick 2000 ski centre with its varied pistes and rustic huts is exactly the right place for all sun-loving skiers. Depending on the snow conditions, the Elfer and Serles cable cars are still open until the middle/end of March. A little tip: children up to the age of ten (in the Schlick 2000 up to eight years of age) travel free of charge when accompanied by a paying parent.
|In the Schlick 2000 in Fulpmes in the Stubai Valley it’s a pleasure to soak up the sun while spring-|
Benefit from offers
There are numerous offers available until May to round off the perfect fun time in the snow. Anyone planning a short stay in the Stubai Valley should not miss the magic of the Stubai Glacier. The offer includes two to seven nights, the glacier ski pass and the free ski bus in the Stubai Valley and is valid until 6 May. In addition to 26 modern cable cars and lifts, slopes spanning all levels of difficulty and a variety of different restaurants, ski rental and many other extras are also available to ensure your stay is unforgettable.
Sunshine skiing 4=3 also awaits you at the Stubai Glacier. From 5 to 24 March, from 16 April to 5 May and from 7 to 19 May, holidaymakers arriving on Monday or Sunday receive a four-day ski pass for the price of three days.
With “Fun on the slopes” and “Firn Ski Hit”, the ski centre Schlick 2000 also has a lot to offer. Until April, young and old can still practice their turns in the largest skiing area in the Stubai Valley and enjoy many benefits.
Highlights as far as the eye can see
Guests with the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck can look forward to a near all-round carefree package. This not only offers the opportunity to get to know thirteen ski areas, but also includes 22 lifestyle, cultural and sightseeing offers in and around Innsbruck, free admission to the indoor swimming pools and a 25% discount on night rides on the participating mountain railways.
|At the Ski & BBQ-event in the Schlick 2000 the german barbecue champ will show his skills.|
Ski & BBQ: an event with guaranteed enjoyment
The culinary heat is on at the Ski & BBQ in the Schlick 2000 ski centre on Sunday, 12 March. The multiple German barbecue champion and 2013 barbecue world champion, Michael Hoffmann, will provide an unforgettable experience at an altitude of over 2,000 metres with his team from “GutGlut” at the Kreuzjoch panorama restaurant. Skiing, live music and first-class food – what more could you want?
Easy arrival and departure The Stubai Valley not only impresses with its varied offer for all winter sports enthusiasts, but also with its proximity to Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol. Thanks to the easy accessibility, e.g., with the ÖBB offer “With the Nightjet to the snow” as well as free travel from Innsbruck to the valley and back for all guests staying overnight in Stubai, the holiday can already get started on the journey. With a valid ski pass, public transport within the valley can also be used free of charge.