Active winter holidays at the hotel Alte Post in the Stubaital
In winter the Stubaital is transformed into a white wonderland. Both active holidaymakers and those seeking relaxation will find a wide range of leisure activities.
Winter sports paradise in the Tyrolean mountains
146 groomed slopes, 130 kilometers cross-country skiing, signposted winter hiking trails and illuminated toboggan runs await our guests in the winter. On the Stubai glacier you can practice your turns in white gold until June. Our four ski areas Stubai Glacier, the Schlick 2000, Serles and the 11er lifts offer varied slopes for beginners and professionals. Additionally there are opportunities for skating, ice climbing and curling.
Those who want to take it easy, can sufficiently relax and recover in our wellness area or explore the snow-covered winter landscape on a romantic sleigh ride. After all these activities you should not miss out on a visit to our bar, where you can relive the day’s adventures over a glass of red or mulled wine.
Ski and Snowboard paradise for the Young and the Old
In the Stubaital there are four ski areas open to skiers and snowboarders. Numerous additional offers for the whole family ensure excitement for the young and the old.
Skiing and relaxation
In the ski areas Schlick 2000, Serles, 11 lifts and on the Stubai Glacier you can wedel and relax. The latter has already been chosen as the most family-friendly ski area in the Alps by the ADAC. Several cozy huts make sure you can recover fully in your vacation, enjoy the sunshine in the deckchair!
Boarder paradise Stubaital
Test your skills in one of our fun parks with powder, kickers, rails, steep gullies, cliff drops and cornices. In the Freeride Center Stubai experienced guides can show you the latest techniques and trends. The Snowpark Moreboards Stubai Zoo offers special freestyle pleasure, where beginners and pros can prove their skills.
Winter off the slopes
The Stubaital has also much to offer off the slopes. How about, for example, a toboggan ride?
Largest offer of toboggan runs throughout Tyrol
Sledding is a fun pastime for the whole family! First you walk up through the snowy winter landscape and then you sled back to the valley fast like a whirlwind. No fewer than eleven toboggan runs are available for our guests in the Stubaital, which is the densest route network in the whole of Tyrol. The longest natural toboggan run in the country (8 kilometers) goes from the Elfer through the Pinnistal. On the illuminated Elfer mountain route, it is also possible to go sledding at night. And what could be better than sitting in the hut with your loved ones enjoying mulled wine and cookies after the toboggan run?
Our toboggan runs in the Stubaital
The following tracks are prepared for you: the toboggan run Elfer Neustift (night sledding possible), the toboggan run Pinnistal (night sledding possible), the descent into Schlick (night sledding possible), the toboggan run Auffangalm (night sledding is possible), the toboggan run Brandstatt Alm, the toboggan run Schlick, the toboggan run Telfes, the run in Mieders (night sledding possible), the toboggan run Sunstone, the toboggan run Maria Waldrast and the toboggan run Gleins (night sledding possible).
Stubaital - a paradise for cross-country skiing
Cross-country skiing lets you unwind completely and enjoy more than any other winter sports. In the Stubaital 130 km freshly groomed trails with varied degrees of difficulty await you.
Trails at all altitudes
A total of six ski trails warm a skier’s heart. With its mild ascents and easy slopes, the trails in the valley of Neustift and Fulpmes are suited for beginners. On the three high-altitude trails of the Stubai Glacier, Schlick and the Hochserles it gets a bit more challenging. On these varied trails, you can not only train the cardiovascular system, but also enjoy a breathtaking view of the valley.
For night owls - the trail in Milders
Night owls will find illuminated night trails in Milders, which invite you to turn a few laps in the fresh snow until well after dark. From our cross-country instructors you will receive athletic support, they will teach you the latest techniques in skating and in classic skiing. After your exciting cross-country skiing we at the Hotel Alte Post take care of your culinary needs.
Turns in untouched snow
For ski tourers the Stubaital offers some marvels. Whether on Zuckerhütl or around the Franz Senn hut, the snow-covered slopes invite you to wedel and enjoy.
Gleinserjöchl and Seblasspitze
One of the easiest ski tours goes from Mieders to the Gleinserjöchl. Somewhat more challenging, but doable with a little experience is the ascent over the Brandstatt Alm to Seblasspitze. Around the Franz Senn hut many touring possibilities arise. From there you can reach the Eastern Seespitze, the Ruderhofspitze or the Schrankogel. The area around the Regensburger hut offers some worthwhile trips, especially in spring.
Zuckerhütl and Wilder Freiger - Touring Tips for professionals
Expert skiers can prove their talent on the way to Zuckerhütl (starting point Dresdner hut). In the Vorder Stubaital the southern ascent to the Ruderhofspitze, the Wild Freiger and the eastern Feuerstein lure experienced tourers with varied but demanding climbs. For further information about a specific ski tour, please contact our reception at any time.
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