Bike Arena Stubai – a great valley for great bike tours

Innumerable bike tour possibilities let the biker’s heart beat faster
Boasting a network of trails covering some 720 km and around 13,000 metres of elevation – all signposted in keeping with the “MTB Modell Tirol” standardised orientation system – the Stubai Valley is setting new standards in the field of mountain biking. Situated be-tween the countless three thousand-metre peaks of the Stubai Alps, a unique biking re-gion awaits you, complete with breathtaking views.



Stubaital: With a wide range of attractive biking routes catering for every level of ability – from easy-going cycling tours to challenging high-altitude circuits – a Bike Park shared with the Wipptal holiday region, and a Bike Academy in Fulpmes, the Stubai Valley has made a name for itself as a haven for mountain biking enthusiasts. Whether you’re an extreme cyclist, an ardent mountain biker or whether you prefer gentle, leisurely tours, the Stubai Valley region offers all-round appeal with a wide-range of accommodation and services to suit the needs of every biking fan.

23 uniformly signposted routes lead beginners and experts alike through the mountain country-side of the Stubai Valley and up to altitudes of up to 2,700 metres. The network of mountain bike routes in the valley includes trails to suit every ability. The tours lead through magnificent, colour-ful, flowering meadows and shady forests, along gravel forest tracks and across Alpine pastures. Traditional, rustic mountain huts along the way offer the perfect setting in which to stop and enjoy some well-deserved refreshments.

The world of mountain biking – check it out online
On our website you can explore online maps complete with GPS data. Every tour is depicted in detail with elevation profiles, distances and trail conditions. Furthermore, the site also offers 3D route simulations, enabling you to get a good idea of what you can expect here in the Stubai Valley and letting you plan your tours in detail from the comfort of your own home.
Explore the Stubai Valley – with professional biking guides

The region is home to many expert guides, who are happy to accompany both beginners and experienced bikers on their tours. Not only do our guides provide valuable biking tips, but they might also divulge the odd insiders’ tip or two about the valley. Furthermore, the area boasts a host of hotels and B&Bs specialised in meeting the needs of biking enthusiasts.

Bike-Academy – valuable training before you hit the trails
The correct handling of a mountain bike is especially important in rugged terrain, and that is pre-cisely what you can practice at the “Bike Akademie Stubai Tirol” at the adventure park in Fulp-mes. Both beginners and experienced bikers can practice various skills and techniques on the obstacle course and learn and master the basics. The emphasis lies on giving you the skill and confidence to conquer any terrain.

Bike Park Stubai/Wipptal – the ultimate freeride experience
For exhilarating downhill runs, look no further than the Bike Park Stubai/Wipptal. Situated near the Bergeralm in the Wipptal, mountain bike freaks can enjoy spectacular downhill runs, a slope obstacle course and a superbly equipped warm-up zone. Here freeriding fun knows no limits!

Bike Trail Tirol – explore Tyrol on 32 stages

Explore Tyrol and the Stubai Valley, the mountain bike Mecca: 32 stages, trails covering a dis-tance of almost 1,000 km and a total of 27,000 metres of elevation. Whether you are going on a day trip or you are just passing through, the Stubai Valley offers mountain biking enthusiasts unri-valled routes, all in keeping with the “MTB Tirol Modell” standardised signposting system.

E-bikes – easy, effortless pedalling in the mountains

With 11 E-bike rental shops and 12 battery-changing stations, the Stubai Valley offers a unique cycling experience, even for beginners and untrained bikers. Thanks to their environmentally friendly electric motors, the E-bikes boost your own pedal power by up to 150%, letting you con-quer almost any ascent. A chance to get to know that feeling can be experienced on seven differ-ent, diversified routes which cover the whole Stubai valley. For those who want to combine cy-cling with sightseeing and conquer some of the most interesting places here, a guided sightsee-ing-tour can be booked for free every Wednesday from June until September. A perfect opportu-nity for all the leisure bikers out there.


Discover the movelo-region Stubai with Swiss-Flyers

At the foot of the biggest glacier ski area in Austria – the Stubai Glacier, the Stubai Valley is a fantastic area to explore by e-bike. Stubai has long been a popular destination for mountain-bikers and keen cyclists, but now, thanks to the wide range of e-bikes on offer from movelo, it is also accessible to beginners and leisure cyclists.
Stubaital: From spring onwards you can enjoy a relaxed ride through the stunning alpine scenery of the Stubai Valley, without having to over-exert yourself. Thanks to the environmentally friendly electric motor, normal pedal power is enhanced by 150%, taking the strain out of steep ascents.

Popular among the visitors

There has been an enthusiastic response among visitors to the Stubai Valley. With the assistance of high performance batteries, e-bike-riders can cover distances and ascents that were unimagi-nable before. Now that the strain has been taken out of cycling, they can concentrate on enjoying the amazing mountain views and beautiful green meadows full of wild flowers. With countless mountain peaks over 3000m, cyclists can experience a truly spectacular alpine vista.

Altogether there are 7 e-bike routes which take you through the spectacular Stubai landscape. The routes are between 6 and 40km long and with the aid of an electric bike can be completed in one day. There are plenty of opportunities to stop for refreshments on all the routes and enjoy a well-deserved break. Three routes in particular show the varied landscape of the Stubai Valley at its best.

E-bike tour Talrunde

This round trip takes you through the Neustift area, Milders, Schaller, Krößbach, Volderau and finally to Falbeson. There is a lot to see and discover on this 28.9km route. It’s a perfect ride to get to know the valley and also takes you past many mountain inns on the way, where you can sample the local specialities.

E-bike tour Oberhausalm – Mutterberg

Despite a distance of almost 10 km, this route is particularly suitable for beginners. You set off at the Doadleralm in Falbeson and from there it takes around 30 minutes to get to Oberhausalm. At first you cycle along a tarmac road which then leads into a path through a forest and up a hill to Oberhausalm. If you’re still feeling energetic and the battery is still charged, you can ride on fur-ther to Mutterberg. On the way you can stop for refreshments at the Tschangelair and Grawa mountain inns. A highlight of this ride is the spectacular Grawa waterfall.

E-bike tour enchanted forest and Gleinser Höfe

This short bike ride takes you through the enchanted forest between Schönberg and Mieders. It is possible to extend this tour to Gleinser Höfe, which would make a distance of 11.5km. To reach the Gleinser Hof alpine guesthouse there is a 1400m ascent.

Everything an e-biker needs

E-bikers are well-catered for in the Stubai Valley by movelo, with altogether 11 e-bike rental sta-tions and 12 places where you can change the battery. There is an opportunity every week to go on a guided tour, on which you can learn about the local area as well as the workings of the e-bike. Of course cyclists are free to explore the region independently. There is a wealth of material online to help you to do so, including: maps, GPS data, elevation profiles, distances, directions and virtual 3D tours for all the routes.
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The elemental power of water is clearly felt in the Stubai Valley, whether you’re amid clear mountain streams, imposing glacial tongues, or on the viewing platform at the Grawa Waterfall.
Water is pure life! In constant flux, powerful, creative and energising, it has cast a spell on human beings since time immemorial. There’s a special fascination in tracing a gushing stream back to its source and following in its trail. This natural spectacle is wonderfully brought to life on the Wild Water Trails in the Stubai Valley, with its unique alpine scenery. From glaciers glittering in the sun; turquoise mountain lakes; a host of smaller springs cumulating in thunderous waterfalls; to small floodplain and outwash areas, the Wild Wa-ter Trails show the marvels of water in all of its various manifestations.

Stubai Valley: The Wild Water Trails in the Stubai Valley are probably one of the most impres-sive and interesting trails that can be discovered on foot. Captivating views and fascinating mar-vels are in store for the visitor. The ways to experience these places are just as diverse and var-ied as the trails themselves. A multi-day tour takes you from lodge to lodge, past gently flowing streams and surging waterfalls. Day trips and individual walking tours that incorporate the Wild Water Trail’s most interesting spots invite you to spend some time soaking up the marvellous scenery. Spa or wellness breaks on the water and family afternoons by the cool deep are sure to leave you with long-lasting memories.

Multi-day tour with lodge accommodation
A circular trail that can be walked in four day stages, running from the “Tschangelair Alm” – a rustic lodge hotel & restaurant at the bottom of the valley – to the Sulzenau lodge, then continuing to the Dresdner lodge at the Stubai glacier, to the Regensburger lodge, and back into the valley.

On the well signposted tour, hikers are led to the most spectacular and wildest of beauty spots. Up from the valley and beyond the timber line, the trail continues through high-alpine terrain, tak-ing in mighty waterfalls such as the Grawa Waterfall and the Sulzenau Fall. With views of impres-sive glacial phenomena like the craggy Sulzenau glacier and the Zuckerhütl, you can enjoy four days’ walking amid a landscape of large moraine and turquoise mountain lakes, smaller salt wa-ter “puddles”, sandy outwash plains, smooth rocks ground by glaciers, and idyllic wetland habitats bordered by wide-stretching grassy stands. Some of these stunning natural processes, which can be observed during the tour, have occurred over a period of many thousands of years.

The hikes are not only good for the body; they also appeal to the senses. You can marvel at the power of water, feel the crashing waterfall and its spray on your skin, smell the damp moss, taste fresh spring water and listen to the powerful roar and gentle babbling of the little streams. In other words, these unique places are also powerful energy centres for the mind and soul.

Discover powerful energy centres
Alongside the multi-day tour there are a total of 17 scenic and energising locations across the valley continuing the theme of wild water. All of these can be interlinked via day trips and shorter walking tours. The routes are laid out in such a way that they are less technically demanding and well-suited for children. Conveniently located setting off points make arrival by car or public trans-port extremely easy. Just as varied as the length and scale of the hikes are the destinations that can be visited. The full range covers picturesque tributary valleys, idyllic floodplain landscapes, superb viewing platforms, lodges and inns, wellness facilities, and pilgrimage sites such as the Maria Waldrast monastery. And, of course, water in its various forms is the running theme – dancing streams, glittering lakes, gushing waterfalls and therapeutic springs.

Take in a deep breath at the Grawa Waterfall
The heart of the Wild Water Trail is the Grawa Waterfall – the widest waterfall in the Eastern Alps. A central setting off point for many hikes and located close to the Grawa Alm, this splendid natu-ral spectacle of huge volumes of crashing water not only inspires countless visitors every year, but also offers health benefits. In fact, a research report from 2011 by the Paracelsus Medical University has proven that after just one hour at the foot of the waterfall – in the area of the atom-ised water – the upper respiratory airways are significantly cleared and there is also a subjective perception of improved quality of breathing. In order to make this phenomenon and the Grawa Waterfall experience accessible to all people, the hiking trail has been extensively developed in this area. Starting from the Grawa Alm and the Raffeine avalanche protection tunnel there is now an open path which provides a safe route for wheelchairs. At the foot of the waterfall, an ornate platform, which is in keeping with the landscape, has been installed. This is composed of two areas; one is for visitors, who only wish to stay for a short while, and a second – substantially larger area – is for people who wish to really soak up the impressive scenery, drawing health benefits from their time there.

Water games at the Klaus Äuele Kids’ Park
At the Klaus Äuele Wild Water Playground, the force of water and its fascination is really brought to life for the little ones. Built on a dried-up riverbed, this is the water bugs’ domain. Alongside a play area with climbing walls, a jungle gym complete with wobbling beam, and a low rope area, children here are particularly taken in by the different water stations – a fox flying over the water, a float for exploring the lagoon, and a water play area with water wheel. While the kids make themselves at home by the water and build dams or set little ships down the river, the adults can lie back and relax in the spacious reclining area.

The Stubai Valley – the most beautiful valley in the Alps
The Stubai Valley in Tyrol is located close to the regional capital Innsbruck and can be easily reached from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy via the Brenner motorway. The Stubai Valley is 35 kilometres long, surrounded by 80 glaciers and 109 3,000 metre peaks and com-prises the main villages Neustift, Fulpmes, Telfes, Mieders and Schönberg. The year-round range of offers is perfect for active holiday-makers. The Stubai Glacier, the largest glacier skiing area in Austria, provides best skiing fun even until summer. Manifold offers in summer as well as a fully developed path and hut network awaits visitors in the hiking center Schlick 2000 in Fulpmes, in the hiking area Serlesbahnen in Mieders or the Elferlifte in Neustift. In summer people come for hiking, climbing, mountain biking, paragliding – we have excellent thermal currents – Nordic walking, tennis, swimming and many other types of sports.

With one 5-star hotel, two 4-star plus hotels, 32 four-star hotels, two 3-star superior hotels, 28 3-star accommodation facilities with a high standard, 4,700 beds in holiday apartments and pensions as well as traditional farmhouses offer comfortable accommodations for every taste.

The Stubai Card offers numerous advantages, such as free usage of the regional busses, the Stubaitalbahn and the cable cars as well as free entrance to the public swimming pools in Neustift and Mieders. The Stubai Card is available from May until October at all cable car companies and at all offices of the Stubai Tyrol Tourism Association.

The Stubai Tyrol Tourism Association provides information regarding current offers, dates and events on its website: while the online accommodation search will help you find the right place to stay. For special summer offers visit For any enquiries please call us on: +43 (0)501881-0 or send an e-mail to Stubai Touristik will be happy to help you arrange package holidays and organise transfers to/from Munich or Innsbruck air happy to help you arrange package holidays and organise transfers to/from Munich or Innsbruck airport. Tel: +43 (0)501881-171 or 172. Alternatively you can send an e-mail to

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Last updated: March 2013
Für further press information:
Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol
Mag.(FH) Michael Gstrein
Leitung PR
Stubaitalhaus, Dorf 3
A-6167 Neustift im Stubaital
Tel.: +43(0)501881-154
Fax: +43(0)501881-199

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