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New Grawa Observatory along the WildeWasserWeg in the Stubai Valley
The newly built structure at Grawa Waterfall impresses with its architecture while blending perfectly into the landscape.

The WildeWasserWeg is the number one summer attraction to visit in the Stubai Valley. The Grawa waterfall, the heart and origin of the trail, is especially attractive. Many people also like to visit the widest waterfall in the Eastern Alps to enjoy the soothing effect of its fine spray. A specially built platform at the foot of the impressive natural spectacle enables visitors to comfortably indulge in its therapeutic effect. Unfortunately, it was so badly damaged during a storm in the summer of 2017 that a new one had to be built. The extensive project was completed in just under two years, and now the new Grawa Observatory a novel attraction along the WildeWasserWeg. It is almost in the same place as before and is barrier-free. An architectural highlight, it blends perfectly into the landscape while seeming to transfer the flowing movement of the water onto its surroundings.

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Mountains, lakes and glacial ice: Discover nature with BIG Family Stubai
A double dose of family happiness: a cool children's programme & top trip opportunities!

The child-friendly BIG Family program of the Tyrolean Stubai Valley means adventure, fun and variety and offers the best environment for a fantastic family holiday. Its central location in the heart of the Alps means that it is quick and easy to reach the valley. Accommodation such as the BIG Family Homes and the BIG Family partner businesses, who know equally well what makes guests happy – whether little or big – the capable BIG Family Stubai Summer Club supervisors, and especially the new developments in the Stubai Mountains, make it a destination, which promises summer adventure.

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Breathtaking mountain holidays in the Stubai Valley
Fresh air, an intact nature and attractions for all ages await.

Summer in the Stubai Valley happens outside, with fresh air, a unique panorama and the alpine diversity that mountain holidaymakers and families enjoy so much. There are also a number of attractions scattered around from the valley floor up through to the middle heights and onto the high alpine terrain. This year, the Stubai Glacier will amaze its young visitors, the Schlick 2000 lives up to its name as a hiking centre, the Elferbahn lift in Neustift is in operation for an extra long period of time, the Serlesbahnen in Mieders is focusing on barrier-free access and the Grawa Waterfall invites you onto its new platform where you can relax and enjoy yourself.

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Fact Sheet Summer 2019
Information at a glance

The Stubai Valley is very close to Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, and can be reached quickly and easily via the Brenner motorway. Despite being easily accessible, the valley has kept its picturesque authenticity. You can penetrate deep into the stunningly beautiful Stubai Alps, with their 80 glaciers and 109 peaks over 3,000 metres high, spread over 35 kilometres. Spacious by-passes preserve a sense of peace and closeness to nature in the five main municipalities of Neustift, Fulpmes, Telfes, Mieders and Schönberg – ideal for enjoying the spectacular panorama and excellent leisure facilities to the full. The Stubai villages are all located at an altitude of some 1,000 metres above sea level. At this altitude, the air quality is excellent and suitable even for allergy sufferers.

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