- Excellent for guests returning to the spot
- "King Serli" Kinderland right next to the Valley Station
- Illuminated night tobogganing
In the area of the Serlesbahnen in Mieders, families, beginners, and skiers returning to the sport will find what they are looking for during a skiing holiday with Ski Pass in the Stubaital. The skiing resort at the foot of the Serles is characterised by easy, blue pistes where guests can easily learn to ski or, even after a long break, enjoy getting back on the slopes.
Every Tuesday and Friday, the Serles cable cars invite you to enjoy the night tobogganing events, when the Serlesbahn is in operation between 7:00 and 8:30 pm. With the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck there is a 25% discount on the night ticket. The Koppeneck-Hochserles mountain restaurant is open on toboggan nights and pampers you with regional delicacies. After such refreshment, the toboggan run down to the valley is yet another real treat.Learn more
|13 SL Ochsenhütte|
|13 SL Waldrasteck|
|13 SL Lärchenlift (Übungslift Talstation)|
Morning snow showers, then more and more sunshine during the day.
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The atmosphere here is cosy, the emphasis is on a familiar, pleasant experience, where children easily learn how to ski and pleasure skiers get their money's worth.
A big advantage of the area is the location of the Kinderland. The practice area with magic carpet and platter lift is located right at the Valley Station.
This, in turn, is quickly accessible from Innsbruck at the entrance to the Stubaital and opens up a wide range of possibilities for winter fun.
Whether skiing, winter hiking with a view of the Kalkkögel and the Patscherkofel, the Stubaier, and Zillertaler Alps, snowshoeing, sunbathing on the terraces of the various lodges, or a fun toboggan ride, the Serles runs offer varied mountain experiences.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe referred to the impressive Serles rock pyramid as the high altar of Tyrol. The origin of the Serles, on the other hand, is based on a legend. Once upon a time, there was a quick-tempered king who used to live in the Stubaital Valley together with his cruel sons and had been cursed by a farmer. Where his castle was originally supposed to have been, he now sits enthroned in petrified form overlooking the Stubaital, flanked by his sons in the form of the secondary peaks.