Number of runs: 36
Resort Height: 1000.0M
Top Lift Height: 3250.0M
Total Length of runs: 117KM
Easy runs: 18
Medium runs: 9
Difficult runs: 9
Annual Snowfall: 869CM
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Neustift Ski Holidays - Wonderful Glacier Skiing
The cheap ski holiday destination of Neustift is the most visited and most popular town in the Stubai valley. This glaciated skiing area is home to the five glaciers of Daunferner, Eisjochferner, Fernauferner, Gaiskarferner and Windachferner, these provide some of the best year-round skiing available. The range of skiing here is incredible and is suitable for skiers of all abilities, making this a perfect last minute ski holiday destination, no matter how late in the season.
Last Minute Ski Holidays In Neustift - Picturesque Resort Centre
The last minute skiing holiday resort has a skiing area which is accessed by two gondolas from Mutterbergalm which ascend to Fernau at 2,300 metres. From Fernau you have a choice of gondolas heading to either Eisgrat at 2,900 metres or to Gamsgarten at 2,600 metres. Once at this level there are still plenty of lifts available to ensure your easy access to all the runs on the glaciers; there are three six-seater, one four-seater and three two-seater chairlifts as well as nine drag lifts.
Most runs on the glaciers are graded blue and red so are suitable for families and mixed-ability groups on a cheap ski holiday as they have been prepared to an award winning standard. There are also several new black runs available and a lot of off-piste action on routes such as 'Fast Corner', 'Steep Glacier Tongue' and 'The Wall'. This area is also home to Austria's longest run - The 10 km Wilde Grub'n run leading from the summit at 3,150 metres down to 1,750 metres. There are snow making facilities in lower areas so that skiing can be guaranteed all the way to the bottom even late into the Austrian ski holiday season.
Cheap Ski Holidays In Neustift - Great For Families
Ski slopes here are guaranteed not to be overcrowded as there is a traffic lights system in operation which allows you more space around you on your last minute skiing holiday to Austria. There are also two timed runs so that you can race with family and friends and also ski schools in a variety of disciplines including off-piste skiing, big foot and cross-country skiing. All areas are accessible on the Stubai-Superski-Ticket which also gives you free reign over the Schlick 2000 resort in neighbouring Fulpmes and the two local indoor swimming areas.
The Stubai opens up a myriad of opportunities for snowboarders from novice to expert standard, including deep powder fields and the 10km long touring slope - Wilde Grub'n'. The 100m long half-pipe, was designed in collaboration with local snowboarders.
Those, who prefer to dance to live-music rather than disco sound will find several occasions during the ball season. If weather turns out nasty, local shopping facilities are more than a substitute.
Mostly all people love the big umbrella bar at the bottom station of the Stubai Glacier and the new disco in Mutterberg. The Grawa alm, Tschangelair alm, Bruggeralm, umbrella bar at the bottom station of the Schlick2000 and the Serles cable cars offer a nice opportunity.
The Neustift recreation centre contains an indoor swimming pool with a waterslide, saunas, sun beds, 9 pin bowling lanes, an indoor shooting range and a festival hall. The leisure centre Aquarena in Fulpmes offers a big and a children´s swimming pool, saunas and tennis.
Ski-alpinism along the "Stubai Haute Route" ranks among the Eastern Alps' classics. Mountain-guides can be engaged from daily hikes to weekly courses in rock and ice-climbing, to such particularities as ski alpinism and ice-waterfall climbing.
By the way, in winter every Friday, equipment and professional advice will be given to all climbers at the 20m high permanent ice-tower on the Stubai Glacier.
Over and above winter sports a winter-vacation in the Stubai Alps guarantees numerous other activities: ice-skating, horse riding, horse-drawn sleigh rides. There's a paragliding and hang-gliding school offering tandem flights.
For those who want to try their hand at tobogganing, there are more than ten runs with a total length of about 60 km present a real challenge. A "must" is the "Elfer", Tyrol's longest natural toboggan track, several times a week also open for nightly floodlit runs.
The "Auffang" in the charming neighbouring Oberberg-Valley can be reached on a huge tractor-drawn sleigh or after a gentle walk on a well groomed path through winter-wonderland. And this is only one out of 27 cosy mountain-huts being the aim of those who prefer winter-walks in the silence of a snow covered forest to the "action" of the "ski-circus".
Various restaurants serve international such as Tyrolean food, offer candle-light dinners, fondue-evenings and for a change even "supper without cutlery". "Umbrella"-bars and romantic after-skiing places along the road to the glacier are worth a visit. Several discotheques, bars and pubs attract the late-night crowd.
For a time out at any elevation on the slopes, there are the panorama restaurant "Eisgrat", the restaurant "Gamsgarten", the service-restaurant "Zur goldenen Gams" with a large sun terrace and its umbrella-bar "Eissee", the "Dresdner Hütte" near the middle-station, originally built at the end of the last century and the "Jochdohle", Austrias "highest" snack bar at 3.333m.
A new gondola for eight people from the top-mountain station Eisgrat brings diners up to the highest restaurant of Austria which is called "Jochdohle".
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