Size can be measured in different ways. The Seven Summits Stubai tour thus is not only about altitude, but also about what these mountains mean to people. Seven summits that leave an impression, tell a story or saliently shape the landscape, were selected by our hiking and mountain guides as well as by mountain lovers and are to allow visitors of the Stubaital an experience of the joy of mountains. The Zuckerhütl (3,507 m) with its all-season, white snowy hood, the varied Wilde Freiger (3,418 m), the Habicht (3,277 m) that was long suspected to be Tyrol’s highest mountain, the Rinnenspitze (3,003 m), the Stubai’s three-thousand metre summit that can be most easily conquered, the Serles (2,717 m), called “Tyrol’s high altar” by Goethe, the easy, but thanks to its panoramic views particularly worthwhile Burgstall (2,611 m) and the Elfer (2,505 m), Neustadt’s “house mountain”.
More background information and stories on the Seven Summits Stubai is available along the ascents to the individual mountain summits. After having reached the summits, you can also make an entry in the Summit Pass (available at the Tourism Association) which - depending upon the number of summits - is associated with a special award.