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Stubaier Gletscher

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Stubaier Gletscher

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Wilde Leck with the Sulztalferner from Hinteren Daunkopf, in behind the Ötztaler Alpen with the Wildspitze.

The Stubaier Gletscher is a glacier and a ski resort in the western part of Austria, to the southwest of Innsbruck.

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For those who hold a "SkiWorld" pass, a bus service runs from Innsbruck.

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In winter the best means of transport is by gondola, chairlift, T-bar, pomma, on downhill skis or cross-country skis, on snowboard, on snow-mobile, or on foot.

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Take the bus from Neustift village centre up to the Mutterberg ski station at the foot of the glacier. From here you can take the gondola lifts up to the middle station where it is possible to ski almost all year. From Neustift village you can take the Eiffer chair lift where you will find the start of a 13 km toboggan run back to the village. There is a restaurant/bar half way down which provides a welcome pitstop for refuelling!

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