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Hiking at the Stubai Valley

Hiking slows us down and clears the mind. Those who set out not only get to know nature better but also discover themselves. In the Stubai Valley, you are always moving within an almost boundless network of hiking trails that lead to fantastic altitudes.

You decide for yourself which destination is right for you. Whether it's leisurely strolls and light hikes in the Rose Village, challenging trails at middle altitudes, multi-stage routes on the WildeWasserWeg, delightful gourmet hikes, or demanding tours to the peaks of the Seven Summits – the comprehensive hiking network offers the best conditions for all levels of difficulty and leads to real natural spectacles, such as waterfalls, high moors, or idyllic mountain lakes.

Stubai glacier

Summer on the glacier is a unique experience that one shouldn't miss! Here, challenging summit tours and relaxed hiking trails converge, thus providing an appropriate hiking program for both ambitious mountaineers and peace-seeking families.

Climbing enthusiasts will delight in the via ferratas and climbing gardens. As you are in high alpine terrain here, it is advisable to embark on this adventure accompanied by a mountain guide."

The translation accurately conveys the diverse activities available in the glacier area during the summer, as well as the precautions recommended for climbers.

Schlick 2000

Even in the summer, the Schlick impresses with a variety of different hiking trails. Discover the secrets of nature on the interactive nature trail or enjoy unparalleled views from the platforms of the panorama trail. True highlights, not only for children but also for the young at heart, are the rolling trail and the treehouse trail.

Of course, hiking also includes stopping by one of the many huts and alpine pastures. Discover tradition and indulgence at once.


Downhill enthusiasts will be fully delighted at the Elfer! Two downhill tracks amaze with natural trails and jumps.

Architecture lovers will appreciate the 8-meter tall sundial. It also features an observation platform with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.

The diverse hiking trails leave nothing to be desired and can be explored by both the young and the old.


At the Serles, peak climbers, pleasure hikers, Nordic walkers and nature lovers alike get their money's worth. The Serles Park invites both young and old for unforgettable hours on the mountain. Crystal clear and refreshing are the three lakes that beckon for relaxation and rest.

The 2.8 km long summer toboggan run offers a real experience for those seeking action. The alpine salamander playground "Zanggerbrunnen" or the Serles worm slide also promise a unique adventure for thrill-seekers.

For those who prefer a relaxed journey to the highest monastery, Maria Rast, they can opt for a ride on the Serles train and enjoy a unique panorama during the journey.