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Stubai Valley 4-day guided ski tour

Andreas, a IFMGA certified guide, wants to invite you to challenge yourself by ski touring in the Stubai Valley. In his company you'll enjoy a safe and exciting adventure skiing and splitboarding in the best spots of the Austrian Alps.

Mountain RangeAlps
Duration3 days
Offer periodMar
Type of tripNot specified


Would you like to join me in a great ski touring trip in the Stubai Valley? As a local guide and a mountain lover, I can guarantee you will enjoy this experience as much as I.

The program I am proposing today consists in a 4-day ski touring trip among the highlights of the Stubai Valley. It is a 40-km long alpine valley situated in Tyrol, Austria. In fact, it is the central valley of the stunning Stubai Alps.

During this adventure we will walk up to a 2147-meter-high mountain hut (Franz Senn Hut). We will also skin over the Ferner Glacier as well as challenge ourselves to ski tour on long powder runs. If you want a more detailed itinerary, you’ll find it at the end of this description.

Regarding the ski level, participants should need to be comfortable on steep slopes. Besides that, it is necessary to be well trained. Take into account you have to be able to ascend over moderate terrain for 6-to-8 hours each day.

My main objective during this trip will be to focus on your safety. That’s why I lead groups of no more than 6 people. Furthermore, as a local guide based in Tyrol I know perfectly the region of the Austrian Alps. You have to know I will offer you the most suitable experience according to your expectations and wishes.

Please, contact me now if you are planning to come to Austria and are looking for a big skiing adventure. I will be pleased to accompany you during this trip in the highlights of the Stubai Valley. 





The adventure starts with a walk up the Franz Senn Hut at 2.147 meters of altitude. During the afternoon, we will practice some avalanche search and rescue techniques.


Early in the morning, we’ll put the skins on and head across the Alpine Valley, continuing over the Ferner Glacier. After a long and hard ascent we’ll arrive up at the coll.

Having left our backpacks at the hut, we’ll walk across the slopes to the west of the hut to visit the summits of the area.


Last day of this ski tour. We will hike to a hidden valley and ski almost one mile down. We’ll finish the tour tired but happy back in the valley.

About the guide

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I am a IFMGA certified mountain guide and of course a mountain lover. I am an Austrian guide based in the Austrian Alps, more precisely in Tyrol. After university I worked as a rep for the ski season in Austria. I had worked many years as a Ski and Snowboard instructor and after successful expeditions to Peru and Nepal I decided to become a certified Mountain Guide.

I work with my wife Sally managing my own Mountain Guiding Company. Sally is a qualified Walking Guide leading Alpine hikes in the summer and snowshoe walks in the winter, as well as Skiing Instructor

Our Mountain guiding Company offers a full range of mountain activities: hiking, ski touring, Rock climbing, Ice climbing, Off Piste Skiing & Snowboarding, Avalanche Awareness, all taking place in the beautiful Austria and around Europe.

The programs we offer are available for all levels, from beginners to experts. Furthermore, it includes classic tours as well as the opportunity to explore new terrains. My main objective is to focus on “Safety” and also in providing a personal service from planning to completion. I also want you enjoying and discovering new beautiful spots and live amazing experiences!

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Prices per person

Group of 1

EUR 341 each

Group of 4

EUR 490 each

Group of 5

EUR 490 each

Group of 6

EUR 490 each

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Price includes

• Guiding fee

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