Guaranteed snow, an impressive mountain panorama and trendy winter sports equipment – what more could you ask for? Stubai Valley offers everything you need for an unforgettable winter holiday in Tyrol. Our RENTertainers at the seven local INTERSPORT Rent shops will be happy to help you pick your gear.
Would you like to select and book your equipment before your arrival? That's easy, thanks to INTERSPORT Rent’s convenient online reservation system. Select the desired equipment and reserve it right away – and you’re almost ready to hit the slopes. All that’s left for you to do is to collect your gear at the shop of your choice.
Stubai Valley is only about 45 minutes away from Innsbruck, and it’s a breathtaking winter sports paradise for ski and snowboard fans of all ages. What’s more, there are numerous winter sports activities you can do off the slopes. From ski touring on the glacier to sledging on Elfer – there’s always something new to discover and experience in the Stubai Valley.
Family advantage at the BIG Family Ski Camp: Stubai Valley ski resort is a fantastic winter holiday destination for families. On the one hand, they benefit from special rates for ski passes (children under 10 receive a free ticket). On the other hand, they’ll experience unforgettable adventures in higher altitudes – for instance, on the one-kilometre funslope with waves and jumps or at the funpark for little freestyle enthusiasts.
… you’ve always wanted to discover Austria's largest glacier ski resort by ski or snowboard.
… you’re looking for a ski resort in the Tyrolean Alps with guaranteed snow from October to June.
… you love wide ski runs for carving, but you’re also a real marathon skier. Put your endurance to the test on the ten-kilometre descent from the Wildspitz mountain station to the valley station. The sense of achievement you’ll experience will be incredibly rewarding!
Night sledging on the Elfer sledging runs: The cable car takes you and your friends up to the mountain station on Elfer. Once you reach the top, you’ll quickly notice: The snow-covered sledging runs are simply made for fun and action. They have even been awarded the “natural sledging run seal of quality” by the federal state of Tyrol.
Perfect for night owls: Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, you can go night sledging there. The last cable car up to the summit leaves at 19:00. Forgot your sledge at home? No problem! You can rent one at the valley station.