Scenic doesn't even begin to describe it. If you want to start your ski day with stunning 360-degree views of the Tyrolean mountains, you should visit the "Top of Tyrol" platform. It's one of the most beautiful scenic view platforms in the world and located at 3,210 metres above sea level.
Enough of all the looking around in amazement? Then why not stop by at one of the numerous INTERSPORT Rent shops on site. That's where you'll get great tips and the perfect equipment for your adventures on the glacier!
Your professional partners on the way to the top? The INTERSPORT Rent experts at Stubai Glacier/Neustift ski resort! From skis to bindings and from helmets to boards, you can choose from a top-class selection of equipment.
Super convenient: The INTERSPORT Rent shops on Stubai Glacier are located right on the mountain. If you'd like to switch from one ski or snowboard model to another, you can do so as you ski by.
Leisurely skiing, an athletic challenge or family fun: All winter sports fans will find just what they are looking for on Stubai Glacier. While young children can practice the snow plough at Tyrol's flagship family area, teenagers can tackle the obstacles in the Stubai Zoo snowpark. What about the grown-ups? They can carve, shred and cruise to their heart's content on more than 110 diverse kilometres of ski runs.
By the way, there will be plenty of opportunity to hit the slopes. The ski season in the "Kingdom of Snow" lasts from October to June!
You've always wanted to ski on a glacier? For more information about the ski resort, please visit the website of Stubai Glacier.
... you're always aiming high – as high as the "Top of Tyrol", in fact.
... you would like to practice your turns in front of a spectacular backdrop of numerous 3,000-metre peaks.
... you would like to enjoy stunning 360-degree views from one of the 10 most beautiful scenic view platforms in the world.
... you want to head out on your glacier adventures equipped with the latest gear from INTERSPORT Rent.
If you're in good shape, we have a special treat for you. The ten-kilometre run from the Wildspitz mountain station takes you from 3,210 metres above sea level all the way down into the valley. Your thighs and calves will be on fire when you get there, but it's well worth the ache – promise!
To make sure you can fully focus on the descent, we say: Choose your equipment wisely! If you want to know what to look out for, the RENTertainers on site have got you covered.