Stubai

Stubai Glacier Magic

Skiers enjoy the view on the Stubai Glacier
from € 145,-

Offer valid from: 16 Oct, 2016 to May 05, 2017

  • 2 to 7 nights with breakfast or half board, depending on your chosen category
  • 2 1/2, 3, 4, 5 or 6-days Stubai Glacier ski pass, depending on the length of your stay
  • Free use of the ski bus in the Stubai Valley

 

 

 

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1 day free skiing

Start Skisaison Stubaier Gletscher
From € 289,-

Offer valid from: 04 Mar - 08 Apr 2017 and from 24 Apr - 05 May 2017

If you book 5 or more days of stay at the Stubai valley you get one day for free

  • 5, 6 or 7 nights with breakfast or half-board or in an apartment
  • 5-, 6- or 7-day ski pass for the Stubai Glacier at a special price, depending on the duration of your stay
  • 5, 6 or 7-day ski rental at the Intersport Stubai Glacier - one day for free (optional)
  • free ski pass for children under 10 years (if accompanied by a parent)
  • free ski bus in the Stubai Valley
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Freeride Events in the Tyrol

Freeride skiing and snowboarding is getting increasingly popular in our corner of the world. But what looks easy and beautiful on pictures requires hard work in practice and is often dangerous. 

That is why we offer various courses on the topics of avalanche safety and freeride skiing and snowboarding during the season. Beginners, advanced skiers or pros – we offer something for everyone!

Besides of the SportScheck Testival, where you can test the latest freeride skiing and snowboarding gear and join mini workshops, there are also other events that focus on freeride skiing and snowboarding.

Here a small selection of our freeride events in the 2016/17 season:

Einweisung in die Lawinenverschüttetensuche mit LVS | SAAC Camps am Stubaier Gletscher

SAAC Basic Camp

19.-20.11.2016 & 22.-23.04.2017
Two-day avalanche safety training with certified mountain and ski guides.
The free avalanche camp for freeride skiers and snowboarders and future freeriders.
At the SAAC Basic Camps all basic aspects of avalanche safety are dealt with in theory and practice.

To the SAAC Basic Camp

ATTENTION

You leave the secured ski area when riding on the Powder Department Runs! The runs are NOT prepared, NOT secured from avalanches (and other alpine dangers) and are NOT checked. The Powder Department Runs are – since they are open ski area - not declared open or closed.

You act exclusively at your own responsibility and are outside of the area of liability of the lift operators, which offer only the open, prepared pistes and ski routes and assume no liability whatsoever.

Freeride Runs should only be entered with a certified mountain and ski guide.

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