Ski Holidays in Neustift
Neustift is located in the Stubai valley in which the Stubai glacier is situated, providing extensive all year skiing with over 100km of pistes and off piste terrain.
The resort has a quality reputation, marked by the Tyrolean Mark of Excellence awarded to the Stubai Glacier.
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Skiing in Neustift
Neustift is the main resort serving theStubai Glacier, accessible by bus, and it is the base of all the ski schools. The skiing is best suited to the intermediate or beginner with wide gentle slopes whilst advanced skiers can explore the off piste or the small number of difficult ski pistes. Ski touring is also popular on the Stubai Glacier with most of its visitors travelling over to the other five ski resorts near to the glacier.
Most of Neustift’s pistes are family runs that are categorised as blue and red. The immediate resort there are a good number of beginner slopes for first timers or beginners looking to progress. Intermediates can also venture to the quieter local slopes above Neustift in Elfer where there are a few reds.
But advanced skiers can ski its black runs and also its number of off-piste trails. The Wilde Grub’n trail is Austria’s longest run at 10km, starting from 3150m to the bottom of the resort at 1750m.
There are 40km of cross country trails in the valley as well as 50km on high altitude routes.
Snow conditions in Neustift
The resort is already known for its great snowfall and skiing conditions so not many snow cannons are needed. However there are snow making facilities across the pistes, particularly on its lower slopes, which give skiers that extra guarantee for great skiing throughout the course of the winter season.
Après ski, restaurants and other activities in Neustift
Neutstift has a vibrant après ski scene with several discos, bars and pubs that are open well into the night. A popular bar for apres is the Umbrella bar at the bottom station of the Stubai Glacier as well as The Grawa Alm and Bruggeralm.
There are an extensive range of restaurants that serve both international and local Tyrolean style food. Its Umbrella bars and romantic post ski spots along the road to the glacier are worth going to as well as the Jochdohle, Austria’s highest restaurant at 333m and accessed via a gondola to the top station of Eisgrat.
Other activities include ice climbing, tobogganing, tennis, squash, bowling and it has a leisure centre with an indoor swimming pool.
Transfer times to Neustift
Innsbruck (INN) - 30 mins
Bolzano (BZO) - 1 hr 35 mins
Salzburg (SZG) - 2 hrs 10 mins