Alpine hut for up to 4 people at 1.620 m
3-room hut, approx. 50 m², 2 bedrooms, washing machine, satellite TV, fenced grounds (electric), garden with garden furniture, charcoal barbecue, campfire place, stream to play in.
Heating: Wood-burning stove
Water: Electric boiler provides hot water for the kitchen and bathroom
Location: On a wide Alpine meadow, right next to an Alpine hut that offers refreshment.
Altitude: 1.620 Hm
Arrival: To the yard of the landlord. This will accompany you to the parking lot for your car and transport you on arrival or departure day including luggage. If you want to hike to the hut, you have to walk 1.5 km.
For those who appreciate the solitude of the mountains, this is really a viewpoint of superlatives. The Rupitsch Kasa stands amongst wonderful mountain scenery, with the silhouette of the majestic, glacier-decked pyramids of the Großglockner.
The hut is furnished mostly using wood, giving it an especially warm, cosy atmosphere. This is a place to enjoy nature, peace, and freedom, yet without sacrificing the comforts of electricity, a modern bathroom, and satellite TV. The centrepiece of the hut is the “Stubn”, the wood-burning stove giving it a lovely, cosy ambience. All in all, this is a small but fine hut, ideal for holidays as a couple, or a small family.
A small stream babbles behind the hut; children love it, and it serves well as a Kneipp bath too. If hunger entices you out of the hut, then very close by is the Bricciussennerei-Hütte, where you can treat yourself to a range of local dishes.
Hikes of all difficulties and long mountain biking tours begin right on your doorstep, including a tough hike taking you to the famous Franz Josef Höhe on the Großglockner.
Fresh and homemade products such as milk, natural yoghurt, bread, eggs, ... are available directly at the owner of the hut!
Tip:A walk of about 20 min takes you to the Briccius Kapelle. This chapel is the place where Briccius died, a man steeped in legend who brought the blood of Jesus on an adventurous journey to Heiligenblut. According to the legend, once you have washed your eyes with the holy water, you can see everything.