An Eldorado for active holidaymakers

Summer in Stuben

© Alex Kaiser

When the temperatures go up in spring, the first flowers fight their way through the thinning snow cover and the twittering of the birds fills the region, then you can almost feel it: summer in Stuben is near.

Deep blue mountain lakes, lush green pastures, soft valleys, and steep ridges – the warm season transforms the region around Stuben into a veritable adventure playground. 

One summer – endless possibilities

Ride over rough and smooth, across little brooks, slowly upwards or race downhill at breakneck speeds. No matter the level of skill, everyone gets to enjoy unique experiences on two wheels. Hiking is also guaranteed to bring body, mind, and soul in perfect balance. A huge network of hiking paths makes sure the tours are varied and lead the entire family through the unique alpine landscape. All around Albona or up to the family and adventure hiking path “Bärenland” in Klösterle by cable car – a big advantage: in summer the cable cars take hikers up to dizzying heights. The upland moor lakes provide stunning views of the Klostertal mountains. 

© Alex Kaiser
© Alex Kaiser
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For climbers Stuben also is the perfect starting point for unforgettable adventures of various levels of difficulty. The jagged rock faces are perfect for prosand beginners; even children can make their first experiences with the trend sport under the qualified supervision of mountaineering schools. A highlight for every golfer’s heart: panoramic tees are possible on the 9-hole courses in Lech or St. Anton. In Braz golfers can put the 19-hole course to the test. And no more than an hour’s drive from Stuben several other golf courses are waiting to be discovered. 

When the tummy rumbles…

All these activities in the fresh air are known to quicken the appetite, Stuben’s hosts are happy to satisfy rumbling tummies with regional delicacies and international dishes. After action-packed hours the warm innkeepers are sure to provide the perfect, culinary finish to the day. 

© Alex Kaiser
© Alex Kaiser