Stuben ski resort is situated above the Stuben village, and together with popular St. Anton and St. Christoph forms a vast ski area St.Anton-St.Christoph-Stuben, which is known for its various skiing possibilities off the groomed slopes and for the rich snowfall. Unlike St. Anton and St. Christoph which belong to the Province of Tyrol, Stuben is already a part of Vorarlberg. Stuben is considered a Cradle of Alpine Skiing as well as a Paradise for passionate skiing fans. It is located in the western part of Austria, 110km west of Innsbruck.
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Resort St.Anton-St.Christoph-Stuben offers a total of 115 km of ski slopes, which are located at an altitude ranging from 1304 metres to 2811 meters above sea level. 49 kilometres are ski slopes of blue difficulty, 53 km are of red slopes and 13 kilometers of tracks boasts black level. Additional 100 kilometres are off the groomed slopes.
There are a total of 38 lifts in operation here (5 cabins, 17 chair lifts, 16 poma lifts). They can transport over 58,000 skiers per hour. Of course there is a number of snow parks and a ski schools and you can even use approximately 40 km of cross-country ski trails.
Lifts in St.Anton-St.Christoph-Stuben runs from 8:45am to 4:15pm. Adult daily ski pass costs €45.50, and six-day ski pass costs €219.
An offer of après-ski activities in the village of Stuben can not even compare to the well known and famous St.Anton, the legendary town, which is the main site of an area. But anyway Stuben is still very nice and suitable for all types of skiers and offers really nice skiing in Austrian Alps with great view of the surrounding peaks.
For further information visit an official site of Stuben ski resort.
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