Stubai Glacier general information

Stubai Glacier general information


The Stubai Glacier is incredibly easy to get to, meaning transfer times are short and  a longer time can be spent on the piste. Innsbruck is the nearest airport, which is fairly well-connected to Europe, with several flights a week from the UK and other European destinations.

Alternatively, several flights a day make the journey from the UK to Salzburg and Munich airports, which are just a few hours away by train from Innsbruck.

From Innsbruck, the villages around Stubai Glacier lie a further 25kms away, which takes around 40 minutes. The journey can be made by bus, car or taxi. Neustift and Fulpmes are the most popular villages, and therefore have the best bus connections. Snow-sure slopes and short transfer times make Stubai Glacier a very appealing prospect.

Visitors will want to hit the pistes soon after their arrival. There are 24 lifts in the area with the capacity to carry 29,000 skiers per hour. Lift passes are available at a daily rate, with slightly cheaper rates for 6-day passes, while children’s passes are half the adult rate. There are differing prices for seniors and teens, too.