- Longest toboggan run in the Stubaital Valley
- Night tobogganing (3x per week)
- Ideal mountain for paragliders
From Innsbruck it is only 20 minutes by car to the Elferbahnen Valley Station, which is located directly in Neustift in the Stubaital. From there, you can take the Elferbahn to reach the balcony of the Stubaital. The view all the way down to Innsbruck is magnificent. This view can be enjoyed particularly well from the platform of the largest walk-on sundial in the Alps.
At the Tobogganing Festival, which traditionally takes place on the snow-white stage on the second Saturday in January, everything revolves around tobogganing. Here, the latest models of leading manufacturers from Austria, Germany, and Italy can be tested. The supporting programme with tombola, music, toboggan safety training, and regional delicacies perfectly rounds off the sports day.Learn more
|13 Schlepplift Elfer I 'Elferhütte'|
|13 Schlepplift II 'Hölltal'|
|13 Schlepplift 'Krößbach'|
|Date||Weather||°C max / min|
The Elferbahnen not only offer skiers returning to the sport and snowboarders dreamlike slopes and pistes full of natural snow with an adrenaline guarantee.
In addition to skiing in the Stubaital, active holidaymakers can also explore the winter hiking trails or enjoy snowshoeing and tobogganing. Three varied toboggan runs guarantee tobogganing fun for young and older guests alike. The toboggan here takes you down on one of the 8 km long tracks
No matter whether you prefer the Elfer sports toboggan run, the classic toboggan run, or the Elfer family toboggan run Pinnisalm, the groomed and illuminated toboggan runs invite you to enjoy perfect winter sports fun.
Pure Elfer night tobogganing experiences are on offer every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with cable car rides from 7:30 to 9:00 pm. On these nights, SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck holders receive a 25% discount on night tickets.
At the Elfer you don't have to search long to discover the most striking summit. The Elferbahnen skiing resort already bears it in its name: the Elfer. The name’s origin is certainly worth knowing here. For the people of Neustift, the Elfer has always been a natural sundial. When it is sunny, the sun disappears behind the dolomite peaks of the Elfer at exactly 11:00 am.