Ski tour with free overnight stay at the Franz Senn cottage
Enjoy a beautiful ski tour to the Franz Senn cottage and take advantage of a free overnight stay in our cottage.
Ski holiday in the Stubai valley – discover all the nearby ski slopes:
The 11th just across the way is Hanni’s secret tip – its breathtaking natural slopes pack a lot of fun.
The Schlick 2000 course also offers cosy cottages for a well-deserved rest.
The Mieders Serlesbahnen and theMuttereralm ski area are both highlights for families.
The Stubai Glacier, Austria’s largest glacier ski area, is known not only for its wide, well-maintained
slopes, but also for its Stubaier Gletscher Powder Department – a real treasure for free-riders seeking out
The Seegrube ski resort in Innsbruck is easy to access from the city centre. The resort may not be that big, but the view of the city and the surrounding mountains are truly unforgettable.
The Steinach Bergeralm is about 18 km away, and is home to a long, impeccably maintained valley descent, open all winter long, including for night skiing three times a week.
Toboggan fun for the whole family
The 11th cable car lift, located just a five minute walk away, also offers the 2nd longest toboggan run in
Tyrol. Three times a week, the toboggan run is lit up and the cable cars run until 9 p.m.
The Stubai valley actually boasts 12 more toboggan runs, with cosy, rustic stops along the way.
You’ll find cross-country trails to practice on nearby. The Stubai valley features a
total of 62 km of cross-country skiing trails.
There’s also a night-time cross-country ski trail in Neustift, which is illuminated until 10 p.m.
Klaus Äuele winter park
The most welcoming winter park for the whole family.
A natural ice rink with plenty of room to run around in the snow.
Romantic torch-lit hikes
Along one of the many winter hiking trails in the Stubai valley