Glacier Tours on the Stubai Glacier

Hiking at an altitude of more than 3,000 metres, crossing of the glacier and rest stop in Austria’s highest-located mountain restaurant. Omnipresent: breath-taking views of a fascinating mountain landscape with 109 3,000m-peaks. 

The glacier path is suitable for families with children. In 45 minutes one gets from the Schaufeljochbahn mountain station to the Eisgrat mountain station.

! The height is not to be underestimated.

Experienced alpinists get also their money’s worth, e.g. on the popular tour to the Zuckerhütl (high-alpine tour to the Zuckerhütl , 3,507m)

Glacier Path

Glacier Path

Start: Fernau mid-station, Stubai Glacier (2,300m)

Finish: Eisgrat mountain station (2,900m)

Walking time: 2 hours

Glacier Path

Glacier Path

Currently, the glacier path is closed for security reasons.

Rev.: 26 August 2019

 

Start: Schaufeljoch mountain station, Stubai Glacier (3,165m)

Finish: Eisgrat mountain station (2,900m)

Duration: 45 minutes

Glacier Tour

Glacier Tour

For experienced alpinists

Ascent to the highest summit in the Stubai Alps, the Zuckerhütl.

Detailled tour description

Aussichtsplattform über den Gipfeln

Glacier Path - TOP OF TYROL

Currently, the glacier trails is closed for security reasons.
Rev. 26. August 2019

Start: Schaufeljoch mountain station, Stubai Glacier (3,165m)
Finish: Eisgrat mountain station (2,900m)
Difficulty: intermediate
Walking time: 45 minutes

Rest stops: in Austria’s highest-located restaurant, the Restaurant Jochdohle (3,150m) or in the Restaurant Eisgrat (2,900m)

Hiking on an altitude of more than 3,000 metres, crossing the glacier and stopping at Austria’s highest-located mountain restaurant. Omnipresent: breath-taking views of a fascinating mountain world with 109 3,000m-peaks. Special highlight of the route: the TOP OF TYROL summit platform. At an altitude of 3,210 metres, it protrudes 9 metres beyond the edge of the rock edge and looks like a sword blade. It is not surprising, that the GEO magazine ranked it among the ten most beautiful viewing platforms of the world. A short detour to the Schaufeljoch chapel at the foot of the Schaufelspitze is also highly recommended.

Wanderung im Winter Stubaier Gletscher unter Schaufeljochbahn

Gletscherweg

Start: Mittelstation Fernau, Stubaier Gletscher (2.300 m)
Ziel: Bergstation Eisgrat (2.900 m)
Schwierigkeitsgrad: Mittel
Gehzeit: 2 Stunden
Höhendifferenz: 600 hm

Einkehrmöglichkeit: Restaurant Eisgrat (2.900 m) oder Dresdner Hütte (2.308 m)

Auf dem Wanderweg von der Mittelstation Fernau zur Bergstation Eisgrat präsentiert sich der Stubaier Gletscher von seiner schönsten Seite. Der Weg führt entlang der Moräne, die von früheren Gletschervorstößen zeugt, vorbei an eindrucksvollen Gletscherschliffen des Eisjoch Ferners und der Eisgrotte zur Bergstation Eisgrat. Vor 150 Jahren reichte der Gletscher bis dorthin wo heute die Mittelstation steht. Das Eis hinterließ an seinem Rand die noch gut sichtbaren imposanten Moränenwälle. Der Speicherteich Fernau lädt zum Verweilen ein.

Tyrolean Ski Area Sowsure

Gletschertour

von leicht bis schwer

TAGESTOUREN IM STUBAITAL FÜR ERFAHRENE ALPINISTEN ODER MIT BERGFÜHRER

Aufstieg zum höchsten Gipfel der Stubaier Alpen, dem Zuckerhütl. Der Wilde Pfaff und Apere Pfaff, die Nachbargipfel des Zuckerhütls, sind als Tagestour gut erreichbar und bieten einen traumhaften Rundblick. 
Auf Schwindelfreie wartet die Überschreitung der Stubaier Wildspitze, mit toller Abseilstelle und anschließendem Aufstieg zum Daunkogl.

WEITERE TOURENZIELE

Hildesheimer Hütte, Amberger Hütte, Hochstubai Hütte und viele andere Hütten und Dreitausender

 

Bergführerbüro Stubai Alpin
Dorf 5
6167 NeustiftTirol
Österreich

INFORMATION FOR HIKERS

The facilities operated by the Stubaier Gletscherbahnen are located in a high-Alpine region. Outside of the station facilities themselves the risks associated with high-Alpine conditions must be expected. The hiking trails in the area are not part of the facilities operated and offered by the Stubaier Gletscherbahnen. The map of the hiking trails shown here is not sufficient for the safe planning of a hike. Before setting out on a hike it is essential to check on the level of difficulty of the terrain, its demands on hikers and the characteristics of the trail. The hiking trails are not maintained by the Stubaier Gletscherbahnen. The Stubaier Gletscherbahnen assume no liability of any kind for accidents sustained on the hiking trails and in Alpine territory outside of the station facilities. In difficult weather conditions (snow, storm, fog etc.) such hiking trails become considerably more demanding and even impassable! Those wishing to go on a hike are advised to consult mountain guide services.