Great skiing, lively nightlife and family amenities – a British favorite.
Approximately 25 kilometers (16 miles) south of Innsbruck, Austria, Neustift can be easily reached by car. Halfway along the Stubai valley, Neustift is the closest large community to the Stubai Glacier.
Skiing around the traditional Tyrolean village of Neustift is only the tip of the iceberg – or more accurately, the glacier. Serviced by a network of 24 high-speed lifts, Austria’s largest glacier ski resort ascends from 1,750 meters (5,688) to 3,200 meters (10,400 feet) and is home to world-renowned snow conditions and the finest year-round skiing you can imagine.
From gentle runs for beginners and families, to challenging moguls, to heart pounding double black diamond runs, Stubai Glacier has everything you need for a great day of skiing or riding no matter what your ability. The naturally divided skiable terrain includes 53 kilometers (33 miles) of trails, two permanent racecourses, a 4.5- kilometer (2.8-mile) cross-country ski track and an ice-climbing tower.
In addition to the glacier, there are intermediate trails above the village of Neustift. Fulpmes (with its satellite village of Telfes) has more extensive local slopes and Milders has some slopes, too. The Stubai-Superski lift pass covers all these resorts, the glacier, and the shuttle bus that runs every half-hour.