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Surrounded by majestic mountain peaks, the listed Pfeishütte lies at the head of the Samertal valley in the southern Karwendel mountains at 1,922 metres above sea level. Three traditional Tyrolean dining rooms and a spacious sun terrace offer rest and relaxation to exhausted hikers and bikers during the summer months from June to October. The hut hosts Michael and Veronika not only serve delicious meals (regional Bavarian and Tyrolean specialities) in a breathtaking mountain setting, but also offer overnight accommodation for a maximum of 75 people for multi-day Karwendel adventures (climbing, hiking, biking).
At the Alpine Club Hut, e-bikers will find storage, lock-up, repair and charging facilities, but you have to bring your own charging cable. Since 1999, the rustic refuge has been managed entirely sustainably under the strict environmental seal of the Alpine Club.
In summer, from June to October, you can also spend the night in comfort at the listed Alpine Club Hut. A total of 37 places in cosy multi-bed rooms and 37 traditional camp places are available. You can even take a hot shower in the washrooms for a small fee, and delicious half-board meals are also available at the refuge on request. We ask that you reserve your overnight places in good time.
The ascent to the Pfeishütte is on wide gravel and hiking trails directly from the paid car park at the Scharnitz Nature Park Information Centre. You can save the parking fee by taking the bus or train to the nearby Scharnitz train station and walking a few hundred metres to the starting point.