Serviced hut in 1505 m above sea level
“Your bed on an alpine pasture“
Serviced hut (no self-catering hut), 4 double rooms, 1 triple room, 1 family room with 5 beds, shared shower with sink, separate toilet, alpine farm public room with bar, additional guest room, sun terrace, well basin, children’s playground, games collection, parking spaces directly at the hut, (toll road). Storage facility for bicycles. For summer 2020: bring your own sleeping bag and pillow case!
Water: Hot water through E-boiler
Location: Sunny mountain location at Lake Schlierersee
Altitude: 1505 Hm
Arrival: Over an easily navigable forest road (toll road)!
Hiking holiday between ice-cold mountain lake and crystal-clear mountain air
“This is our award-winning alpine summer hut of the year!”
Johannes, host at the beautiful mountain hut, is rightfully proud of his place. “Like paradise“ is the right term to describe this alpine farm, which is surrounded by soft grass mats, alpine roses and wonderful fragrant herbs. The hut at Lake Schliereralmsee is accessible via a simple mountain toll road. Thanks to the free valley bus serving the route up to the Königalm, there is hardly any traffic in this hiking region. A jump into refreshing water – proper adrenalin kick included - is recommended, but only for hardened mountain fans.
Only the farm’s best organic products are served here
Once arrived at the alpine farm, it’s time for relaxation. Johannes shows you the ins and outs of his quaint hut with its cosy rooms. The menu is brimming over with good, traditional down-to earth fare and organic products from the own farm. Tip: Freshly caught trout prepared à la maison is apparently a culinary highlight. Homemade cheese, butter or a glass of refreshing buttermilk are popular ingredients for a proper Brettljause.
Riedingtal Valley – a valuable nature park
The Riedingtal Valley is highly appreciated by nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts. In the summit regions of the nature park, you are surrounded by almost pristine nature. The fauna and flora here are very diverse and the region is habitat of endangered species. Marmots, chamois and wood grouse cocks and even golden eagles can be watched here, thus don’t forget to bring your binoculars.
Starting at the hut, the alpine pasture hiking trail leads directly to the back of the Riedingtal Valley (2 – 2.5 hours). The theme hiking trail around Lake Schlierersee is also recommended (approx. 45 minutes). Another good tip is the hiking tour to Jakoberalm (approx. 1.5 hours). Johannes has many hiking tips which he happily shares.