Stuben is linked with St. Anton by lifts and pistes and the small, unspoiled village is a quaint place to spend a winter holiday. The historic main street and the roofs that are often metres deep in snow give Stuben a dramatic look and atmosphere. The walking paths that cut through the massive snowpack between the centre, the church and ski lift are wonderful retreats.
Much like the village itself, the hotels there are traditional and steeped in character. For a unique, small resort that exudes style and charm, Stuben is a true Alpine retreat.
Resort Altitude: 1,410m
Resort Skiing: 2,811m
Total Ski Area: 305km
Blue Runs: 137km
Red Runs: 135km
Black Runs: 37km
Stuben is a great choice for both skiers and snowboarders, with well-kept slopes and fantastic lift facilities. Stuben is a haven for free riders, ski tourers, cross-country skiers and snowshoers, too. The hospitality radiating from this traditional resort makes Stuben a winter paradise when it comes to relaxation and enjoyment of all things snow.
With access to the superb skiing available across the St. Anton area and great conditions in recent years, this relatively unknown town is worth consideration. The underused local area is a pleasant difference between the busier slopes in St. Anton. Off-piste opportunities are extensive and the sunny slopes are perfect for cruising the day away. A dedicated area for beginners is perfect to start learning on and St. Anton offers plenty of runs to progress to.
One of the most popular places in Austria for snowboarders, nearby St. Anton offers endless freeriding opportunities. With a great record of snow fall, the off-piste is sublime. For the more novice boarders the beginner slopes in Stuben are a great place to start and there are plenty of wide, open pistes to progress to.
With many ski schools and instructors to choose between, there really is something for everybody.
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The village has a selection of local restaurants specialising in traditional dishes as well as international cuisine. Willi’s serves pizza and ribs for lunch and dinner ensuring you are ready for the next day on the slopes. For more traditional cuisine, Berhaus Stuber serves delicious hearty Austrian food.
The small village is relatively quiet during the evening and the bars have more of a relaxed atmosphere. The charming Old Post, Albona and The Hubertusof are the most popular and recommended bars in the village, providing a comfortable and tranquil place to have a drink after the day. For a more lively evening, St. Anton offers more diverse options.
There is a large leisure centre with pools as well as a sports centre in St. Anton. With the stunning scenery there are also plenty of lovely walks to be had. There is also a tobogganing track through the Rauztobel that can be enjoyed by everyone.