Hut for 6 to 10 persons in 1,785 m above sea level
6-room hut for single-party occupation, approx. 120 m², 2 floors,
3 bedrooms, 1 dormitory, bathroom with shower, separate toilet, radio, SAT TV, games collection, wood-fired stove, furnished terrace, parasol, loungers, charcoal grill, wood storage. Playground with slide, swing and sandpit.
Energy: Photovoltaic and diesel aggregate
Heating: Wood-fired stove for cooking and heating
Water: Property-own spring water of drinking water quality, hot water heated through wood-fired stove
Location: Sunny, secluded location - at Hühnerkar circulat hiking trail
Altitude: 1785 Hm
Arrival: Leave your car in the public car park. From there you reach the hut within a leisurely 30-minute walk. It is also possible to transport luggage by using the goods cable lift.
Especially when an original alpine hut like this is all that is needed for holiday bliss.
Sitting enthroned between fragrant alpine meadows and peacefully grazing cattle, the hut is located in a picturesque alpine pasture area, in the Ankogel Group, in 1,785 metres above sea level.
Your alpine hut in quaint log cabin design, with its sunburnt facade, appears to be part of the landscape and is located at the ”Hühnerkar Circular Hiking Trail“. The neighbouring alpine pastures Hirschgrubenalm, Modereggalm and Hühnerkaralm can be reached on foot within 30 to 90 minutes.
“… and it delights my mind …“
Especially when minds stressed by everyday life come to rest in a cosy room with a crackling wood-fired stove and a cup of hot chocolate. The previously serviced hut is dominated by timber; wood panelling, wooden floorboards and solid-wood furniture radiate authentic hut feeling. The bathrooms are tiled and furnished in modern style. None of the usual comfort is missing here.
This is a true paradise for children!
- vast alpine meadows for playing and running around
- an adjacent small brook for building dams
- sandpit and swing
- simply plenty of nature for exploring and discovery tours
“… where alpine roses and gentian flower.“
The Grossarltal Valley is also known as the Valley of the Alpine Pastures. In the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park, quaint serviced huts compete against each other with regional specialities and homemade treats. This means that there is no need for you to cook.