Fresh powder and stunning views: the Stubai Glacier

Looking for the ultimate ski experience in Tyrol? Then prepare to pack for the Stubai valley. On the Stubai Glacier, also known as the Kingdom of Snow, and the other local ski areas, snow is guaranteed almost year-round, from mid-September to mid-June. Groomed pistes, modern lift facilities and cosy ski huts and mountain restaurants round off the offer for an unforgettable ski holiday. With the ski bus stopping at just 70 metres from our hotel, the four Stubai ski areas are also easy to reach.


Conveniently located in the heart of the Stubai valley, Hotel Cappella makes a congenial base not only for passionate skiers, snowboarders and freeriders, but also for families, couples seeking to spend a romantic winter holiday and groups simply looking for some fun on the snow.

Ski holidays at Hotel Cappella

At Natura Vitalis Hotel Cappella you can focus on enjoying your ski holiday without having to worry about the details. A secure depot is available for storing your ski equipment. Our staff are always ready to assist you with detailed information about the area. If you like to travel light, you can also rent quality equipment at Sport Stubai – our partner ski rental shop.


Are you spending your ski holiday together with your family? Perfect! At the Big Family Stubai Ski Camp, your kids can learn skiing in a playful way, under the expert guidance of qualified instructors who will be keeping them safe and entertained all day.

Be not afraid of going slowly, be only afraid of standing still.

Chinese Proverb

Winter Stubai Valley

The Stubai ski areas

The Stubai ski resorts offer a pampering choice of pistes and panoramic slopes. Allow us to introduce some of them for an enticing preview of your next holiday in the Tyrolean Alps!


Elferlifte in Neustift

The Elferlifte is the ideal ski area for ambitious skiers and snowboarders. Beginners and families can try their hand at the training facilities in Neustift and Krößbach.


Stubai Glacier

The Stubai Glacier is easily accessible from Neustift. With more than 100 km of pistes, state-of-the-art lifts and a 100% snow guarantee from September to June, Europe's largest glacier ski area can match the dreams of even the most discerning skiers. It was awarded the Tyrolean seal of approval and guarantees manicured ski pistes and snowboard runs in all difficulty levels.


Stubai Zoo terrain park

The Stubai Zoo is one of the largest and most varied terrain parks in Austria – a land of plenty for slope style fans. Set in the upper part of the glacier in a sunny yet sheltered location, it features 3 kicker lines with two jumps between 8 and 15 metres, followed by a combination with choice between a fourth kicker, an A-Frame or a lollypop. The second line features a new pyrabox and several jibs, while the third line is perfect for beginners wishing to practise. The Stubai Zoo is an absolute must for any snowboarder!


Schlick 2000 in Fulpmes/Telfes

If you are looking for fun, the Schlick 2000 ski area is your best choice. It offers a number of huts, restaurants and bars where you can party after a day on its well-groomed pistes. The Ski Line System saves all the day’s data for you to view either at the valley terminal or online, so in the evening you get to see the diagram with all your details including altitude, lift rides and downhill runs. The terrain park on the Sennjoch piste, reshaped from scratch every year, awaits freestylers and snowboarders with its kickers, cliff drops and more.


Serlesbahnen in Mieders

The best things come in small packages. The Serlesbahnen ski resort is a small package filled with manicured pistes in all difficulty levels and a number of ski tour routes up the Jöchl, Blaser and Kalbnjoch mountains with beautiful descents covered in deep snow.


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From our reviews:

"We have just returned from our ski holiday at Cappella and are still absolutely thrilled by this owner-run hotel, even though we have often spent our ski holidays there in the past five years.”