Offer valid till 8th April 2018
Offer available from: 17 Oct. 2017 - 6 May 2018
Demanding summit tours for ambitious mountaineers or relaxed high-altitude hiking - the Stubai Valley offers the perfect hiking route for everyone. An overview of all hiking trails can be found here.
3,000M SUMMIT EXPERIENCE ON THE STUBAI GLACIER
Summit experience on the Kleine Isidor (3,170m) | Walking time: 30 minutes
From the Schaufeljoch mountain station (3,165m) down to the Jochdohle and straight ahead to the mountain station of the T-bar lift. From there along the partly secured northern ridge across wooden steps up the Kleine Isidor (3,170m).
On an altitude of 2,300m, the trail leads from the Fernau mid-station along a moraine and past the Fernau reservoir and the ice grotto to the Eisgrat mountain station at an altitude of 2,900m.
Walking time: approx. 2 hours
HIKING ROUTE 135 Mutterberg valley terminal - Fernau mid-station - Dresdner Hütte (2 hrs.)
HIKING ROUTE 135A 135 Mutterberg valley terminal - Wilde Grub'n - Mutterberger See Lake - Niederl - Dresdner Hütte - Fernau mid-station (4.5 hrs.) Mutterberg valley terminal - Wilde Grub'n - Gamsgarten mountain terminal (3 hrs.)
HIKING ROUTE 102 Fernau mid-station - Eissee Lake - Eisgrat mountain terminal (2 hrs.)Fernau mid-station - Peiljoch - Sulzenauhütte (3 hrs.) Fernau mid-station - Egesengrat ridge (3/4 hr.) Dresdner Hütte Loop Trail (1 hour)
Refer to our panorama map for finding the routes.
Information on the level of difficulty The hiking trails are divided into four levels of difficulty: easy, intermediate, difficult and alpine route. Detailled information on this can be found here.
The Stubaier Gletscherbahn lifts are in high-alpine terrain. Unless you are in immediate proximity of the stations, you must expect high-alpine dangers. The hiking trails of the area are not part of the offer of the Stubaier Gletscherbahn lifts. The depiction of the hiking trails is not sufficient for tour planning. It is absolutely necessary to inform on the level of difficulty of the respective tour, its demands on the hikers and the trail characteristics.
The Stubaier Gletscherbahn assume no liability whatsoever for accidents happening on the hiking trails and in the alpine terrain outside of the lift stations. In case of detrimental conditions (snow, storm, fog etc.) the hiking trails are considerably more demanding of impassable! We recommend a personal tour consultancy in the mountain guide offices.