With our skipass for T3BOARD19, called "Stubaier Super Skipass" we will have access to 4 skiregions in the area (Stubai Glacier, Schlick 2000, Elferlifte & Serlesbahnen) including public transportation (Skibus). Furthermore our skipass includes four hours of bathing-fun in the "Waterpark Stubay" or the "Leisure Centre Neustift".
The main skiregion included in our skipass is the "Stubaier Gletscher", a glacier skiregion.
The Stubaier Gletscher is Austrias largest glacier-skiregion, and features 26 cable cars and lifts. There are 35 slopes with natural snow on the glacier. The longest run is a journey of 10 kilometres (fall line), starting at the mountain station "Wildspitz" at 3.210 meters above sealevel (Adria) and goes down to the valley stations at 1.695 meters. Don't get puzzled, the peak called "Stubaier Wildspitze" is not the same "Wildspitze" as we saw at T3BOARD17 in Pitztal!
Stubaier Gletscher offers a lot of more fun not mentioned here, notably also a great snowpark!
The total skiarea covers 1450 hectares, while the groomed area covers 205 hectares. Piste kilometres counted by fall line are 64km, while effectively we will have 108km of slopes!
Schlick2000 is another skiregion in Stubai. It offers an impressive view to the "Kalkkögel", a region with catchy peaks and which is a protected landscape.
Schlick2000 offers a couple of original huts, 9 lifts and a couple of interesting slopes. There are some great ski routes for both, the experienced off-piste skiers / boarders, and the ones who want to try. There is also a 3.5km high-slope for cross-country skiers. Schlick2000 starts in Fulpmes, a ~15 minutes drive by car from our hotel. Public skibusses available as well!
There are two more, small skiregions included in our pass. One is situated pretty near to the hotel, called Elferbahnen. It has a total of 4 lifts and groomed slopes of 7km. The special thing about this skiregion are the 3 sledging/tobogganing runs, some of them illuminated by night and the possibility to rent sledges. This will also be the place of our sledging night. You will be able to decide if you want to walk up yourself or to use the cable-car!
Some more information in German ...
The fourth skiregion is called Serlesbahnen and is situated pretty near the valley entrance of Stubaital. This is a tiny skiregion on the flanks of Serles, the impressive & easily recognizable mountain guarding Innsbruck, Wipptal & Stubaital. The skiregion is ideal for beginners, restarters and families.
More information in German here ...