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Winter hiking nights in the Stubai Valley in January 2019
The night hiking experience that activates the senses

Strolling through the snow-covered landscape, enjoying absolute silence, only interrupted by the snow creaking under your feet – for many people this is what makes winter hiking so fascinating. The experience of night hiking is even more appealing. This is exactly what the winter hiking nights in the Klaus Äuele Natur Aktiv Park on 10 and 24 January 2019 in Neustift in the Stubaital offer.

Stars are sparkling in the night sky, the snow-covered landscape mystically glittering in the moonlight and a quiver of expectation is in the air. The winter hiking nights, which are held in the Klaus Äuele recreation area near Neustift from 7:30 to 10:00pm, are a winter experience that stimulate all human senses.

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Top-Events on the Stubai Glacier
HIGHLIGHT: FIS Freeski World Cup Stubai

This is truly Austria’s biggest glacier ski area: snow guarantee from October to June, numerous event highlights such as snow park sessions, material tests, camps and culinary highlights! With the 3S Eisgratbahn you get conveniently and swiftly to everything happening on the glacier. This year again, the big highlight is the FIS Freeski World Cup. Ready for the winter of 2018/2019?

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Sports, Fun and Pleasure – The Stubaital Winter Events
World Cup, snow shows and winter hiking events in Stubai’s rich-variety winter.

The high level of both winter sports and culinary excellence of the Stubai Valley becomes particularly tangible at the many highlight events right in the snow. The FIS Slopestyle Freeski World Cup makes its second appearance at Stubai Glacier, the valley's ski instructors showcase their skills at regular ski night shows and pleasure hikers will surely appreciate the upcoming winter hiking nights.

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Invigorating Pleasure: Sun Skiing in the Stubaital
Let’s hunt the sun together! In the Stubaital Valley, winter sports are lived and loved in spring as well – guaranteed snow included.

The most beautiful time of the year is just around the corner! Spring skiing has been highly popular among winter sports fans for decades and is guaranteed to be a real treat in the Stubaital Valley this year as well. Four cable car facilities, guaranteed snow, and rising temperatures – from Stubai Glacier to Schlick 2000, the Elfer, and the Serlesbahnen in Mieders – this is where real skiing enthusiasts enjoy the most beautiful time of the year.

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Stubaital Winter – Fun for the Entire Family
Quality holidays and a broad variety for kids guaranteed throughout Stubai’s winter season.

The many awards the Alps’ most family-friendly skiing region already received bear witness to the fact that Tyrol’s Stubaital is, above all, characterised by its family-friendliness. The mascots of the BIG Family Stubai, who warmly welcome young visitors in winter, have made major contributions thereto as well. Further criteria are provided by the skiing resorts themselves, which are geared to the needs of families and offer free rides for children under the age of ten when accompanied by a paying parent, as well as the many quality-tested ski schools that convince entire generations with the BIG Family Stubai concept.

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FACT SHEET WINTER 18/19
THE STUBAI VALLEY – Information at a glance

The Stubai Valley is located roughly 15km away from the Tyrolean provincial capital, Innsbruck, and the fastest way of getting there is to use the Brenner motorway. The valley extends more than 35 kilometres deep into the mountainscape of the Stubai Alps, with 80 glaciers and 109 three-thousand-metre mountains. The laid-back atmosphere of the five main villages of Neustift, Fulpmes, Telfes, Mieders and Schönberg is ideal for guests to relax: here they can feel close to nature and enjoy the panoramic views and numerous leisure facilities. The Stubai villages are all located at an altitude of some 1,000 metres above sea level - excellent air quality, especially for allergy sufferers.

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