Spätzli Tour Stubai

Stubai Alps: one week of ski touring in this beautiful mountain range, an ideal place for every level of ski, fitness and skills and the certainty to find good snow until late in the season.

Stubai Alps landscape


Between the river Inn and the Adige River the border between Italy and Austria follows the high peaks of the Stubai Alps, before meeting, to the West, the great massif Ötztal. To the East the mountain range is bounded by the deep groove of the Brenner Pass, that cuts cleanly the Alps from North to South. In this corner of the Tirol, glaciers extend towering up at low altitudes, ensuring excellent snow up to late season. The ease of access to the valleys and the large size of the territory make it possible to countless choices for ski touring at all levels, traditions and culture of its valleys with great food in the typical mountain huts are the perfect ingredients to make unique our holiday.

Spätzli Tour Stubai
LocationStubai – Austria
Level requiredNovice to Expert
Max group size7 per guide
Group of 7€ 1600 x person
We can help you to find the gear you need or you can take your own. You need a safety kit (with ABS), ski touring set with skins, harness, crampons and training shoes.

Day by day program Spätzli Tour Stubai:

1st day: Transfer from Innsbruch Airport to Neustift im Stubaital in The Austrian Alps of Tirol. At your arrival we’ll also do the check of the climbing gear and what we need for the week. Any gear you need or is missing we will rent in Neustift in the afternoon or the following morning. We will stay for the night in the cosy Almhof Hotel in Milders / Neustift. A big plate of Spätzli, the local delicious Tirol dish and a couple of glasses of the best Austrian wine will make special our evening!

2nd day: We get the Taxi to Oberiss and we climb up (about 2 hours) to Franz Senn Hut (2147 m) where we stay over night. In the afternoon we have time to check properly all our technical gear and do a short tour in the area to “read” the snow, also doing a snow profile. We also do some practicing in avalanche resque and beacon searching.

3rd day: Climb the Hintere Sommerwand (3122 m) or one of the other many summits surrounding the hut. You can find some possibilities here. Back for the night to Franz Senn Hut.

4th day: Traverse to the Amberger hut ( 2135 m) over the Wildgratscharte.

5th day: Day tour to the Kuhscheibe (3189 m) and back to the Amberger hut.

6th day: Traverse to Dresdener hut (2302 m) over the Daun Joch / climb Hintere Daunkopf (3225 m) en route.

7th day: Day tour from the hut possibly Wilder Pfaff (3458 m) using the lifts. Back to the Dresdener hut or to the Almhof Hotel in Milders.

8th day: Back to Innsbruck or to Munich and fly back home.

Stubai Area has over 100 classic itinerary, a big choiche for every weather, snow conditions and level of the group. The one we consider in the day by day program are only a few of them… The program will be updated every day by the guide according with the group members.

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Detailed Pricing and Booking

Our guiding prices for this all-inclusive are based on the group size (I’ve seen it, take me to the BOOKING FORM)

Group sizePrice per person
3 people€ 2300
4 people€ 1950
5 people€ 1750
6 people€ 1650
7 people€ 1600


Price Includes
– 6 days guiding with UIAGM mountain guide.
– 2 nights accommodation half-board in Almhof Hotel in Milders, 5 nights half-board in mountain huts.
Taxi Innsbruck to Neustift and Oberiss and back are included.

Not included
– Lift passes and extra transfer if we have to change the itinery in case of bad weather.
– Lunches and drinks in the huts/hotels.
– Mountain rescue insurance:

We highly recommend that you arrange your own personal insurance before undertaking any mountain activity.
You can have a look at your own country EUROP-ASSISTANCE, they normally have an outdoor insurance (Outdoor no problem), or we suggest to register as member of your country Alpine Club (like CAF or CAS or BMC, personal insurance is included and also discounted price at mountain huts. Here you can see the official list). If your country doesn’t have an Alpine Club you can also check out the Britannia Section of Alpenverein, that is now normally open also to non-resident in UK: www.alpenverein.at/britannia/membership/

– Avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe, backpack and glacier equipment if required.
– ABS backpack and the ski touring gear is not included but we can arrange for it.

We also recommend that you wear your protection ski helmet.

Download the recommended EQUIPMENT LIST for this program here: Haute Route and more days ski touring Equipment list Eng.

Group size: max. 7 people per guide. Private groups only.

This is the “classic” program but other options are available and we can also tailor a program to suit you.

All of these programs must be booked in advance in order to secure hotel and huts accommodation.

Program in collaboration with OVERALP Tour Operator.

Stubai Alps landscape 2