Those who prefer to discover the rich natural diversity and mountain landscape of the Stubai Valley a little faster can do so on one of the many bike routes across the region. Our hotel is the ideal starting point for a cycling holiday in Tyrol. Whether you are a cycling pro or leisure cyclist, mountain biker or e-biker: Just as good as the tours in all levels of difficulty in the Stubai Valley are the many idyllic Alpine meadows, which offer an enjoyable break in pristine surroundings. So you don’t feel completely steady on two wheels and prefer to experience nature on foot? In that case, wouldn’t it be better to grab a pair of poles and enjoy the forests, mountains and meadows of the Stubai Valley while doing some Nordic Walking? The Forster’s Naturresort Hotel is the perfect place to start your tour through the adventurous world of our beautiful valley.
Neustift has set a new standard with over 110 km of consistently signposted bike routes. The tours offer routes in every level of difficulty. From the comfortable cycle tour to the very demanding 2,700-m high altitude tour, there is everything a biker could possibly wish for. You are more than welcome to take one of our Stubai bike maps with detailed route descriptions and altitude profiles from reception. We have a large choice of mountain bikes available free of charge for “bikers” at our Hotel in Neustift im Stubaital. We recommend our e-bikes for those who do not want to use up all of their energy while biking. These can also be rented free of charge. (We ask you to register for your bike tour on the day before.) Whether mountain biking or e-biking, the motto is still the same: On your saddle, get set, go! We wish you lots of fun cycling in the Stubai Valley.
Our Nordic walking guide will introduce you to the secrets of Nordic walking and then accompany you on your first introduction tour. We will happily rent you poles at no extra cost. We fully recommend our Nordic walking programme with Virginie for all those that have already discovered the wonders of walking with the two poles.