For hiking, walking, biking. Suitable for prams and buggies!
Mountain hut at an altitude of 1,931 m above sea level
Eat, drink, linger, relax, have a nap on the Rauhen Joch, in the heart of the mountains surrounding the source of the River Lech. This is something not to be missed. A sunny terrace, several dining rooms and parlours, simple accommodation and mountain dormitories await you. This is a rendez-vous for walkers, pass baggers, mountain-bikers, climbers, mountaineers, families and anyone who loves the Great Outdoors!
Around the Formarin lake, where the Freiburger hut is situated, there are numerous options for walkers, hikers, climbers, bikers and even anglers. Explore the area right here and now, and get a first-hand impression of what awaits you!
From Oberlech the hut is about a 45-minute walk past the "Gipslöcher".
In the Kriegeralpe mountain restaurant hikers and mountain bikers can enjoy local specialities. The alpine dairy even makes cream cheese, butter and alpine cheese from its own milk.
The Ravensburger Hütte is located in the Lechquellengebirge mountains. For climbers and hikers it’s a support and starting point for lots of tours and climbing routes. But it’s also a very special place for those wanting to unwind completely in the great outdoors. And wanting to enjoy the excellent cuisine made with freshly prepared, locally sourced produce. In the snug wood-panelled parlours or the sun terrace with panoramic views!
The Stuttgarter Hütte is located on the famous Adlerweg trail and the Lechtaler Höhenweg trail. There are several ascent routes to the Stuttgarter Hütte. The easiest ones start in Zürs or Lech at the Rüfikopfbahn mountain station. Walking time is about 2 hours.
The hut enjoys a majestic location at 2,245 m on the Gamsboden, a unique plateau between the upper Lechtal valley and the Großwalsertal valley - far away from everything. Eat well, sleep well and have a good time in a unique environment. Enjoy a mountain experience from the past, away from noise, hustle and bustle and hordes of tourists.