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Fulpmes im Stubaital



Themed Hikes & Tour Recommendations

Hikers can venture out on a themed trails and learn more about our high-alpine valley while enjoying the stunning setting. Find delicate alpine flowers, discover the secrets of the glacier, the highland moors, and our rich history.


Some of our highlights:


Adventure hikes in the Stubaital valley – detailed tour information:

  • Highland moors in Mieders in the Stubaital
    Mieders - Zirkenhof - Hocheben - gleinser Mähder - Zanggerbrunnen - Ochenhütten (optional stop for food and drinks) - Koppeneck (optional stop for food and drinks) - back into the valley on foot or by lift.
    Hiking time: approx. 5 hours
  • High alpine trail – panoramic trail near Telfes in the Stubaital
    Telfes - Plöven - Plövner Loch - Schlicker Boden - Berglerbründl - Pfarrachalm - Kreither Alm - Stockerhof - Telfer Wiesen - Telfes.
    Hiking time: approx. 6 hours
  • Historic circular route near Schönberg in the Stubaital
    Church Schönberg - Gasthaus Domanig - lookout at the park - Göthreue - Schöberlhof - Europa-chapel - Europa bridge - nature reserve earth pyramids - monument Pabstl - Stefansbrücke (optional stop for food and drinks) return on foot or by taxi.
  • Path of reflection in Neustift in the Stubaital
    This path was erected in 1996 and 1997 under the supervision of the local priest Eduard Niederwieser. The path leads up 256 steps up into the forrest. The path leads past bilblical sculptures created by local artists Hansjörg Ranalter and Gotthard Obholzer. The combination of activity, nature, art, and religion is truly unique. The path starts in Neder at the forest trail Pinnistal and ends at the Herzebner Alm in Pinnistal.