Stubai / Innsbruck
- A range of ski areas to match your group’s abilities and budget
- 140 kilmetres of varied piste covered by the Stubai Super Ski Pass
- 70 per cent snow making coverage in Axamer Lizum
- Visit the three-times Olympic host city of Innsbruck
- An extensive range of hotels and après-ski activities
Why choose Stubai / Innsbruck?
Playing host to the first ever Youth Winter Olympics, in 2012, as well as the Winter Olympics in 1964 and 1976, Innsbruck offers an extensive range of facilities and attractions catering to school ski groups. The small village of Fulpmes is just one of a collection of resorts in the surrounding Stubai Valley, located between the motorway and the Stubai Glacier. Its small centre is easily walkable from the hotels, and offers shops, bars and restaurants. North-facing Tulfes lies above the main Inn Valley, to the east of Innsbruck, offering spectacular views over the Alpine city and the mountains to the north.
On the piste
In efficient Austrian style, Innsbruck’s network of lifts gives skiers freedom to explore over 100 kilometres of piste, half of which are beginner slopes, making Innsbruck an ideal option for school groups. Those looking to step up a level are also well catered for across the ski area’s 40 kilometres of intermediate slopes, while fearless experts can reach hair-raising speeds on 23 kilometres of advanced runs.
Depending on your hotel location and the range of abilities within your party, you can choose from a variety of lift passes. The flexible regional pass covers all nine of the city’s surrounding ski areas, yet most groups tend to opt for the Tulfes (Glungezer) and Axamer Lizum pass, giving them access to the most popular and convenient area in relation to Innsbruck. The pass covers an impressive 60 kilometres of snow-sure skiing and, as guests staying in the Stubai Valley, you'll automatically receive the Stubai Super Ski Pass, covering 140 kilometres of runs across the valley as well as the Stubai Glacier. Snowboarders won’t feel left out here. Playing host to the Air & Style snowboard contest, Innsbruck offers all of the essential facilities for those who prefer one board to two skis.
|Calais (Coach) to Innsbruck||15 hours|
|Innnsbruck to Innsbruck||0.5 hours|
|Salzburg to Innsbruck||2.5 hours|
|Munich to Innsbruck||2.5 hours|
Innsbruck offers an impressive range of amenities and attractions especially well suited to school groups. The Tyrolean capital city nestles in an idyllic Alpine setting, featuring plenty of traditional Austrian charm. Its well-developed tram links let you hop on and off at the places you want to explore, including museums, parks, gardens, an Alpine zoo and plenty of places to photograph beautiful architecture.Highlights
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