The Stubai Valley tram has been running since 1904 and offers leisurely journeys through beautiful landscapes - alpine meadows, larch woods and idyllic villages like Natters, Mutter, Raitis, Kreith and Telfes.

The tram runs from Innsbruck to Fulpmes and passengers can hop on and off wherever they please, offering plenty of opportunities for hiking and biking. Alternatively, just sit back and enjoy the ride.

Hikers can take the tram to Telfes and hike back in the direction Mutters. The path is easy (almost flat) and offers spectacular views. If you find yourself tiring, there are several possibilities to hop back on the tram along the way.

Cyclists can take their bikes on the tram free of charge. Take the tram from Innsbruck to Fulpmes (50 mins) then take the bus to Mutterbergalm at 1,721 metres (bottom station of Stubaier glacier) and continue by bike. See for bike routes.

The trip from Innsbruck to Mutters is included in the Innsbruck Card. Then to get from Innsbruck to Fulpmes - the final destination on the tram - it costs €5.90.  An Innsbruck Card starts from €29 per person. The card also covers admission to Innsbruck's most important sights and attractions as well as all public transport - The Sightseer, the Swarovski Crystal Worlds Shuttle, lifts, funiculars and cable cars

The Stubai Valley Tram runs Innsbruck - Fulpmes - Innsbruck; see timetable. For more information on the Stubai Valley Tram go to