Huts & Alpine pastures
Huts in the Alpbachtal
Part of Tirol’s cultural history
A hike to a hut in the Alpbachtal is also a little journey through time, because many of the local huts are several centuries old – and thus inextricably linked to the history of the region. At the more than 400 years old Farmkehralm, for example, you can still experience the original Tirol.
The Steinbergalm in Inneralpbach (also a wonderful Bike & Hike destination!) dates from the 16th century as well. So the traditions are still pure and authentic here – such as the cheese that dairyman Hannes Klingler produces on the Steinbergalm every summer.
Tuck into a "Tiroler Hüttenjause"
What’s the best thing about an alpine hike? Some say: the panoramic view of the surrounding summits. Others say: being out and about in Tirol’s fresh mountain air. And then there are those who say: the moment you are served an "Alpbachtaler Hüttenjause" at one of the region’s more than 30 serviced huts.
It combines the best regional products on one wooden platter: aromatic Alpbachtal hay milk cheese, tasty speck, crusty bread – and perhaps a schnapps from the farmer?
Our tip: Collect stamps in the "Alpbachtaler Hüttenjause" folder to receive your own wooden platter!Alpbachtal Hüttenjause
Huts with accommodation in the Alpbachtal
One thing’s for sure: you will find some of the Alpbachtal huts so comfortable that you’ll want to stay the night. The good news: this can easily be arranged, as many of the huts across the region offer overnight accommodation. So if you make a reservation in advance, nothing stands in the way of a multi-day hike.
Speaking of hiking: If you don't feel like working up a sweat, many of the huts can be reached with the Alpbachtal summer mountain lifts. This is a particularly convenient option for family hikes.
By the way: Use of the summer mountain lifts is free with the Alpbachtal Card!Hiking tours in stages