Perfect piste conditions already in autumn
The diversity of the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck skiing resorts allows skiers to start the new skiing season particularly early. The Stubai Glacier, Austria's largest glacier skiing area, guarantees snow from October to May and is thus the first of a total of 13 skiing resorts to open its lifts and slopes to skiers. The 12 other skiing resorts in and around Innsbruck are, of course, equally preparing for the approaching start of the season. Families, pleasure skiers and professionals are awaited by unique, varied piste experiences on more than 300 kilometres of pistes. Eight of the 13 skiing areas even offer a 25% discount on night skiing or night tobogganing.

40 Services – Infinite Experiences
The launch of the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck on 01 October 2019 will also provide access to 22 lifestyle, culture and sightseeing offers in the greater Innsbruck area. With the SKI plus CITY Pass you can, for instance, visit Innsbruck’s Imperial Palace or the Bergisel ski jump. Local mobility is another advantage of the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck, as the existing ski bus connections as well as the Hop-On-Hop-Off Sightseer Bus in Innsbruck are included as well. Equally included is the admission to three indoor pools, namely the Neustift Leisure Centre, the StuBay Sauna and Spa Paradise and the Axams Indoor Pool. Thanks to 40 services, it is easy to turn your winter holidays into a highly varied experience. Skiing in the morning, enjoying culture in Innsbruck in the afternoon and immersing into one of the pools in the evening, or do you rather fancy a fast-paced night toboggan run? All this and much more is possible.

Superlatives included
The range of the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck is not only impressive when it comes to its combined offer of ultimate fun on the slopes and pulsating city experiences. It also contains numerous superlatives. Whether the world's only Incity Snowpark (Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen), one of the largest night skiing arenas in Europe (Bergeralm), Austria's highest skiing resort (Kühtai), Tyrol’s most visited attraction (Swarovski Crystal Worlds), the world's only themed zoo of its kind (Alpenzoo Innsbruck), the oldest museum in the world (Ambras Castle Innsbruck) or the largest walk-on sundial in the Alps (Elferbahnen) – unparalleled holiday fun is always around the corner.

SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck Prices
The SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck is available from a minimum validity period of two days. The costs of a 5-day pass for adults amount to € 230, while the children’s pass is available for € 115 for 5 days. Children born 2012 and younger enjoy the benefits of the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck free of charge, if one accompanying parent is a SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck holder. The pass is valid between 01 October 2019 and 10 May 2020. An overview of current prices of the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck (2 to 21 days) can be found at https://www.ski-plus-city.com/home/preise-kaufen/preise/.

Additional Press Information:

Sartori & Thaler Marketing Service GmbH
Robert Lercher, BA
Head of PR & Public Relations
Brixner Straße 3
A-6020 Innsbruck
Phone: +43 (0) 512 342421-36
info@ski-plus-city.com
www.ski-plus-city.com

Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol

Mag. (FH) Michael Gstrein
Public Relations
Stubaitalhaus Dorf 3
A-6167 Neutift
Phone: +43 (0) 50 1881-0
michael.gstrein@stubai.at
www.stubai.at

Innsbruck Tourismus

Alexandra Sasse, MA
Management DE, AT, CH
Burggraben 3
A-6020 Innsbruck
Phone: +43 (0) 512 59850-124
a.sasse@innsbruck.info
www.innsbruck.info


SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck Fact Box

SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck – unique worldwide:
Single Pass available from 2 days providing access to 13 skiing areas, 22 sights and 3 indoor pools

Validity
01 Oct. 2019 – 10 May 2020

13 Skiing Resorts included:
Stubai Glacier (Neustift), Axamer Lizum (Axams), Schlick 2000 Skiing Centre (Fulpmes), Kühtai (Kühtai), Hochoetz (Ötz), Muttereralm (Mutters), Bergeralm (Steinach am Brenner), Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen (Innsbruck), Serlesbahnen (Mieders), Elferbahnen (Neustift), Patscherkofelbahn (Innsbruck-Igls), Oberperfuss - Rangger Köpfl (Oberperfuss), Glungezerbahn (Tulfes).

22 Lifestyle, Culture & Sightseeing offers in the greater Innsbruck area included (one-off admission):
Alpenzoo, Imperial Palace Innsbruck, City Tower, Swarovski Crystal Worlds, Golden Roof Museum, Innsbruck City Archive, Tyrolean Folk Art Museum, Court Church, Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum, Armoury Museum, Tirol Panorama with Kaiserjägermuseum, Bergisel Ski Jump Stadium, Anatomical Museum, Grassmayr Bell Museum & Bell Foundry, Tyrolean Railway Museum, Ambras Castle Innsbruck, Audioversum, Taxis-palais Kunsthalle Tirol, Hasegg Castle, Hall’s Mint, Per Pedes City Tour (1 Tour), Ice Skating – Olympiaworld Innsbruck

3 Indoor Pools included:
Neustift Leisure Centre, StuBay Sauna and Spa Paradise (one-off pool admission for a duration of 4 hours max.), Axams Leisure Centre (one-off pool admission for a duration of 4 hours max.)

Mobility and bonus services:
Existing Ski Bus lines & Sightseer Innsbruck (Hop-on-Hop-off)
25% discount on the night rides with participating cable car operators

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