The scenic nature sites in Stubaital
Stubaital is full of surprises – have you ever heard of our scenic nature sites? These viewpoints, hikes, or attractions will make your stay in Stubaital extra special. Read on and learn more!
The Hühnerspiel is the perfect place to stop and gather your energy, just below the Brennerspitze peak. It’s an idyllic plateau with a bench to relax on and a unique 360° view. The name, which means the hens’ game, comes from the black grouse that use the area as a playground during mating season.
The split stone
A huge stone that is split as if by magic – most likely caused by an impact. It bears witness to the tremendous force acting on the boulders and to the rock movements that took place several thousand years ago.
Pfarrach is an idyllic place to relax below the Ampferstein mountain near Telfes. Here, lush green meadows, a spectacular view, and the so-called “Marchraste”, a small cross, characterise the landscape.
The Gletscherblick (glacier view) in the Schlick 2000 skiing and hiking area lives up to its name: the frame of the impressive viewing area shows the Habicht, the Grünauferner, the Zuckerhütl, the Wilder Freiger, and the Wilder Pfaff peaks.
Gschmitz is a picturesque larch meadow between Vergör and Pfurtschell that invites you to pause and enjoy the moment. Some of the larches are up to 400 years old!
These are idyllic meadows in the middle of larch forests near Gleins, which are covered with colourful flowers in summer. This is a great place to play with your family or simply enjoy some peace and quiet.
The “Elfer” is our local mountain with an elevation of 2,505 metres. Two different rock types meet here, which is why it is of special geological importance. The Gratzengrübl, at 2,096 metres above sea level, offers a unique vantage point.
Kartnall is a picturesque spot and piece of land used for cattle and dairy farming. The Kartnall farms boast a wonderful view at 1,285 metres above sea level.
Die Telfer Wiesen
Telfes, which is not far from the Milderer Hof, is a historic and idyllic place. The Telfer meadows are among Tyrol’s most beautiful larch meadows and invite you to relax. A highlight: the gentian blossom in spring.
Wildeben near Kampl/Neustift is a remarkable lookout point between rocks and mountain pines at 1,781 metres above sea level. It offers a fantastic view of the Stubai Glacier and Innsbruck.
“Nature gives us so much – we must mindfully accept and enjoy it.”