Skiing Fun Meets City Flair
New, one of a kind SKI plus CITY Pass
When spending your 2020/21 winter holidays in Tyrol, you can take advantage of this truly unique offer: the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck. Skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing, swimming, culture, shopping, sightseeing ... all with one ticket.
40 SERVICES, UNLIMITED EXPERIENCE
13 skiing resorts:
291 km of slopes and 48 km of ski routes | 111 cable cars and lifts
8 resorts with night skiing and/or night tobogganing
The Stubai Glacier will start the winter season, just in time for the sales launch of the SKI plus CITY Pass (on 02 October 2020). Of course, the COVID-19 protective measures in the ski areas play a special role this winter. Here you will find all COVID-19 measures of the Stubai Glacier.
Between 2 October 2020 and 09 May 2021, with just one Tyrolean ski pass you can explore 13 skiing areas in the Stubaital and around Innsbruck with a total of 291 kilometres of pistes, 48 km of ski routes and 111 lifts, as well as have access to 3 swimming pools and 22 sights in the greater Innsbruck area.
Ideal for the perfect winter holiday experience with ultimate fun on the slopes, diverse cultural enjoyment and easy access. The new SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck, with 40 benefits, guarantees maximum flexibility for a varied holiday season in the Alps. And of course, it comes with an absolute snow guarantee.
NUMEROUS SUPERLATIVES INCLUDED
- Austria's largest glacier skiing resort (Stubai Glacier)
- Austria's highest skiing resort (Kühtai)
- One of the five sunniest skiing resorts in Austria (Hochoetz)
- World’s only Intercity-Snowpark (Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen)
- Europe’s steepest ski route Kar-Rinne (Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen)
- Tyrol's most visited attraction (Swarovski Crystal Worlds)
- One of Europe’s largest night skiing arenas (Bergeralm, 25 % off night tickets)
- First skiing resort with a winter bike trail in Austria (Muttereralm)
- Largest walk-on sundial of the Alps (Elferbahnen)
- World’s only themed zoo of its kind (Alpenzoo Innsbruck)
- Oldest museum in the world (Ambras Castle Innsbruck)
- The world’s first coin minting machine (Hasegg Castle / Hall’s Mint)
and much more