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Me and my family of four love sport and so this lovely little town addresses our needs. With a Ice skating rink for the evenings to wind down after a day of hard work,Skiing! The accommodation is just 5 minutes from the slopes. There are a few bus routes leading straight to Shlick 2000, the nearby mountain, which is very handy with two kids! There are a few bars to enjoy a quite few in. The town is a family friendly place but not overrun with kids so its still relaxing.
In the summer it is perfect for long walks and hiking. Whereas in the winter it has thick snow and has an array of different levelling slopes
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Written Dec 15, 2011
As this is really a beginners to early intermiediates ski resort, one might feel the need for a days rest so to keep you busy there is plenty to do such as: a gym in the town, a swimming pool, ice rink, bowling alley, sports centre, paragliding, hang gliding, there are walking trails in the summer and bike shops to hire bikes from too. All set in peaceful beautiful surroundings, what more could one ask?
Updated Feb 21, 2006
Friendly atmosphere created by both staff and clients. Warm atmosphere and a cosy bar to boot.
Food is tasty
Updated Jan 7, 2007
Address: Fulpmes town
Phone: +43 (0)522564832
Open from 16h until 2-4 h in the night depending on the guests, Leo Stadl is a mixture of Apres ski place, Karaoke on Tuesdays, and live music with the "Cuhl and the Gang" on Thursdays. 0,3 beer - 2,60 euro.
Dress Code: Any type of ski clothes , ski boots ski goggles,poles etc are a must if you want to show the obvious - that you just came back from skiing.
Updated Feb 4, 2008
Address: Riehlstrasse 1
Phone: 0043 5225 63301
The Stubaitalbahn is a metre gauge line which runs between Innsbruck and Fulpmes. It looks like a tram, but it is a railway.
The journey (20 km) is very nice and it goes through beautiful landscape and passes small farms. The tracks runs very close to the houses in some of the villages, which makes this a different experience, than just going by ordinary train.
It runs every hour or so, from a tramstation in the south end of Innsbruck, where there also is some trams on exhibit. It also stops in Telfes, Kreith, Raitis, Mutters and Natters and other villages.
I got of at Fulpmes, had a walk around the village and then walked back to station before Fulpmes, to catch the tram back. It is also possible to get of and do some hiking along the way as the mountains and landscape are beautiful.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
On weekends, Starting from 23h , there is a bus to the Stubai valley every round hour. And a bus from the valley to Innsbruck. Very handy when you want to go out. Ticket costs - 4,50 euro which conpared to the taxi 35- 40 euros is about 10 times cheaper.
Updated Feb 5, 2008
If you decided to stay at this or any other Fulpmes hotel, it is worth pre arranging with them to send a taxi for your journey to the hotel, it takes the hassle out of the trip. It cost 10 of us in two taxi's E72. Not bad really.
For transport to the ski lift in the morning a free bus is provided, it waits directly outside of the hotel for superb convenience.
Updated Jan 6, 2007
All skiers will benefit from a Jeagermeister and Redbull after a full day skiing, it's the done deed!
Written Feb 21, 2006
This is an ideal resort for beginners and intermediate skiers. A lift pass can be obtained for just the local area or for the whole valley, as a beginner probably just a local lift pass is enough but for the more adventurous and those wanting to explore the area or use the glacier then a pass for the whole valley is advisable.
Equipment: If booking ski's, boards or other equipment at this resort then it is worth using the ski hire shop at the bottom of the Gondola, where you can also store your gear at the end of each ski day ready for the the following morning, it saves carting it up the road.
It is the Intersport shop at the Talstation at Fulpmes, choose the Stubaital area from the choice of shop on the website to take you to the appropriate page for booking.
(See the website below for online booking of equipment.)
Updated Apr 4, 2011