Mieders is a municipality in the southern part of the district Innsbruck-Land, in Austria. It is located on the right side of the Stubaital 10.60 km south of Innsbruck. Mieders presently has 1728 inhabitants.
Founded in 1100, the scattered village is located on a gently rising slope of the valley at the foot of the 2718 m high Serles. Inhabited from the early Middle Ages, the centre has houses decorated with baroque frescoes.
The two seasonal tourist resort is located directly at the bottom of the skiing and hiking area Serlesbahnen. The slopes are also known for its long summer alpine coaster (monorail), which extends from the top station to the base station of the gondola, leading through the lower wooded slopes of the forest, parallel to the route of the cable car.