The "Zuckerhütl" is the highest mountain in the Stubaier Alps, Tyrol, with 3.507 meters. It is completely located in North Tyrol and close to the border to South Tyrol. The Zuckerhütl was named after its graceful form already visible from the entrance of the Stubai Valley. A great panorama awaits us at the summit. Great view to the peaks in the remaining Stubaier Alps, the Ötztaler Alps, the Zillertaler Alps and the Dolomites.
Zuckerhütl 3507m / Wilder Paff 3465m / Pfaffenschneide 3230m / Aperer Pfaff 3353m
All important information
Parallel curves in open terrain
8:00 am Station Stubaier Glacier
daily on request from December - April
No. of Participants
min. 1 - max. 6
Rental skitouring equipment
Liftticket € 20,- per person
1 persons € 330,-
2 persons € 175,- per person
up to 3 persons € 120,- per person
- Tour led by UIAGM mountain & ski guide
- Loan LVS device, probe, shovel
- Technical equipment
You should register as early as possible to reserve your desired date. After we have received your registration, you will get a written confirmation. We then ask you to make a deposit. The remaining balance will be due on-site at the beginning of the tour.
Book this activity until 31st of December 2017 and you get 5 % discount!