Winter and snowshoe hiking in Tyrol
Due to the guaranteed snow in the Stubaital, winter and snowshoe hikes are possible at any time. Here you can experience nature to touch. The snow sparkles, the sun's rays penetrate the dense forest. The healthy mountain air makes you quickly forget everyday life and life spirits that you thought you had lost are awakened. Step by step, breath by breath, everything becomes easier. Incidentally, winter and snowshoe hikes are leisure activities for the whole family. The Hotel Serles will be happy to lend you snowshoes for your hike free of charge!
Because anyone who has ever walked through deep snow knows that there is a lot to discover here. Traces of the game that was looking for food the night before, for example. It's always exciting. The area is so varied that you don't even notice how quickly time flies. You have already arrived at the hosted hut and can enjoy the Tyrolean cuisine and the warmth of the hut hosts.
- Free snowshoe rental
- 80 km of winter hiking trails
- Winter hiking tips from the hosts
- State-certified mountain guides
Hiking along the 4 Stubai ski areas
The 4 ski areas of the Stubaital Stubai Glacier, Serlesbahnen Mieders, Schlick 2000 and Elferbahnen in Fulpmes are also available if the others prefer to be on the slopes. Forests, meadows and alpine pastures can be found on the side of the ski slopes. And the snowshoes are provided free of charge by your Hotel Serles.
80 km of winter hiking trails in the Tyrolean Stubaital
On the always cleared and well signposted winter hiking trails here in the Stubaital you can get to know the gentle side of Tyrol. Some of the hiking trails are also accessible with prams or you can simply pull the little ones on the toboggan, which is definitely fun. Of course, the winter hiking trails can also be used by Nordic walkers and joggers. So nothing stands in the way of running, even in winter. We at the 4-star Hotel Serles are happy to recommend routes to you, depending on how long you want to be out and about in the Stubai mountains.