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Neustift is situated at 994 m above sea level in the province of Tyrol. The community has 4.454 inhabitants and covers an area of 248,99 km².
Mean annual temperature is 6 degree Celsius, annual precipitation is 958,9 mm. Rainfall is at its highest in June at 124,7 mm, at its lowest in December at 31,4 mm. It’s warmest in August, coolest in January.
Located in the Stubai Valley, Neustift is the ideal place to spend holidays in winter and in summer. Only an hour’s drive from the city of Innsbruck and very close to the Stubai Glacier visitors will experience nature in all its beauty.
The Stubai Glacier lifts take you up to 3210 m in only a few minutes. Around here winter season starts early in October. At this altitude snow can be guaranteed and skiing is possible until mid-June. 110 kilometres of piste make the Stubai Glacier the biggest glacier ski area in Austria. Also cross-country skiers are happy about powder snow.
The view from the 3210 m “Top of Tyrol”- vantage point is fantastic especially in summer. In good weather more than a hundred mountains higher than 3000 m can be seen. Austria’s highest mountain restaurant is also worth visiting.
A walk along the “wild water trail” leads past subglacial streams and wild waterfalls. This unique hiking trail has only been opened in 2008. The hotels of Neustift are looking forward to your visit.
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