Hiking holiday in the Stubai Valley

Between colorful flower meadows and wide alpine pastures extends an almost limitless hiking network through the Stubai Valley and the Stubai Alps.

The landscape is characterized by fantastic views of the glaciated peaks, numerous alpine pastures with a breathtaking view and fascinating mountain lakes with many different colors.

The hiking offer is varied, ranging from easy valley hikes, hiking with cableway assistance to mountain tours on solitary peaks.


The three-stage WildeWasserWeg (WildWaterWay), which represents the special natural treasures of the Stubay Glacier brooks, is made accessible to the visitors in a fascinating way.

On a promising hike from the quarry in Ranalt, the first stage leads to Tschangelair Alm. From there it goes over the Grawa- and Sulzenaualm to the Sulzenau hut. The aim of the migration and at the same time origin of the water is the Sulzenaufer.

One of the many highlights along the hiking trail is the Grawa Waterfall, the widest waterfall in the Eastern Alps.