Bodenalm

Open today  - 
09:30 - 19:30
Wednesday, 06/16
09:30 - 19:30
Thursday, 06/17
09:30 - 19:30
Friday, 06/18
09:30 - 19:30
Saturday, 06/19
09:30 - 19:30
Sunday, 06/20
09:30 - 19:30
Monday, 06/21
09:30 - 19:30

The picturesque Bodenalm is located directly on the Lehenwald country road between Seefeld and Scharnitz. The hut is only open during the warm summer months for (e-)bike and hiking guests and then delights with homemade alpine dairy products such as hearty alpine cheese, fresh milk and real barrel butter. An authentic Tyrolean "Brettljausn" is not to be missed when you stop for a bite to eat in the cosy alpine hut. A small animal stable and children's playground keep the little ones busy, while the grown-ups can simply relax with freshly tapped delicacies. E-bikes can be charged at the Alm, but you have to bring your own charger.

LOCATION & STARTING POINT
It is easy to get here by car from Seefeld via the Lehenwald road, and there are plenty of parking spaces on site. However, the many idyllic forest paths leading from Seefeld on foot or by (e-)bike to the small mountain pasture are much nicer. From the Bodenalm you can continue your hike or simply stroll back to Seefeld in a relaxed atmosphere.


SUMMER TOURS

  • Roman's Path circular hike. From the Seefeld ICE railway station you walk along the old Roman road to the Heilbadstraße junction. From there continue along the picturesque waterfall path through the Lehenwald forest to the Bodenalm. After a delicious stop for homemade delicacies, you cross the main road and then hike back on the other side of the valley towards Ankerschlag. After the railway subway, turn right and walk along the Hirnweg back to Seefeld.
    To the hike

  • Bike tour from Seefeld to Scharnitz. The wide forest bike trail leads from Seefeld to Scharnitz in a scenic and relaxed manner without any steep sections. The route runs not far from the main road on its own bike path, so you can enjoy the breathtaking scenery between the Zugspitze, Wetterstein and Karwendel mountains undisturbed. About halfway along the route, you can take a welcome break at the Bodenalm, or alternatively descend there on the way back for a hearty Tyrolean Brettljausn.
    To the bike tour