Stuben am Arlberg

Stuben, the smallest of the five Arlberg villages, is a typical mountain village with 110 residents.

305 kilometers of downhill ski runs in all levels of difficulty and 200 kilometers of exclusively deep snow downhill runs provide experts and connoisseurs with everything their winter sportsperson’s heart desires. Here skiers heed the call of the mountain. As the local mountain with guaranteed snow right through to May, the Albona provides new challenges on a daily basis for winter sportspeople and those who live and breathe the snow and the sun. It is rare for a mountain to offer so many ski sport and downhill run options. A wealth of natural snow and the most up-to-date snow technology guarantee top-class conditions.

As a typical north-facing slope, the Albona, our local mountain, offers fantastic skiing conditions, which attract our guests. Especially in early spring the Albona is known as insider tip for all firn-freaks.

Skiing has a long tradition in Stuben. Stories of our little village and its visitors date back to the hour of birth of Alpine Skiing, a time when the ascent of Albonagrat was treacherous and done on foot.

Hannes Schneider, born 1890 in Stuben, Ski pioneer of the first hour, made our village the “Cradle of Alpine Skiing”. Those, who once have been skiing in Stuben know what it means when the mountain is calling;

Our “Hausberg” Albona (snow guaranteed till May) offers those, seeking fun in deep snow tracks away from the masses, daily new challenges. There is probably no second mountain, offering such vast variety in downhill slopes, that even the locals dispute new varieties of downhill.

Stuben is a paradise for passionate skiing fans whose emphasis is as much on the sport as on a cosy get-together.

See you in Stuben!

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