Located on Gaisskarferner at an altitude of 3,100m, the DC Stubai Zoo snow park offers snow reliability already early in the season. Thanks to its south-facing location and the massive exposition to sunshine that goes with it, soft landings are guaranteed from dawn till dusk.
In autumn and spring time the park presents itself with its XXL-set-up with Pro-, Medium-, Jib- and Easy Line.
During the winter, between mid-December and early April, families and slightly advanced snow park riders feel especially good on the BIG Family Slopestyle at the Gamsgarten.
Stubai Premiere no 11 - CANCELED
Dear DC Stubai Zoo Fan!
Unfortunately we have to cancel the snow park opening, the Stubai Premiere No 11, for the upcoming weekend.
Even though the Stubai Glacier was able to successfully commence skiing operations a lot earlier than in previous years and although skiing conditions are generally really good, there is unfortunately not enough snow to open the snow park at the Gaiskarferner, yet. As soon as there is enough snow to build the set-up, the DC Stubai Zoo will open - we will keep you up to date.
Thanks for your understanding,
your DC Stubai Zoo Team
|Bordercrosspark/Funpark||BIG Family Slopestyle|
|Bordercrosspark/Funpark||Snowpark Easy- & Medium-Line|
Opening times DC Stubai Zoo Season 2019/20
XXL SET UP with Easy-, Jib-, Medium- and Pro-Line at the Gaisskarferner
Autumn: ASAP until expected 8. Dec. 2019
Spring: 4 Apr. 2020 to 10 May 2020
17 - 23 Nov. 2019 Pro-Line closed
ATTENTION! Subject to change. The opening times of the snow park depend on the snow- and weather conditions and should only be seen as a rough guide. The current status of the terrain park can be found here on our website.
FIS Freeski World Cup Stubai 2019
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You will see at the Pro-Line in the DC Stubai Zoo on 23 November.
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Experience the DC Stubai Zoo from back home on a unique 360° tour.
Simply click on the arrows to navigate, just like on Google Streetview.
Pictures from May 2016 by by Interpix.