Sunny3° / 20° C
The Reitherjoch Alm, which is open all year round, is located directly in the Rosshütte ski area at 1,500 metres above sea level and is easily accessible by public transport. The Rosshütte cable cars make the ascent to the former shepherd's hut easy, while hikes and (e-)bike tours await you up there in summer and unadulterated snow fun, night skiing and a racy natural toboggan run down into the valley in winter.
On the inviting sun terrace, the host family Rutnik serves homemade specialities and desserts from Tyrolean cuisine, and afterwards you can enjoy the panorama happily on the free deckchairs. The Alm is also easily accessible for families with prams, a spacious children's playground with sandpit and fireplace keeps the youngsters busy, while parents can simply relax here.
LOCATION & STARTING POINT
The rustic alpine hut is easily accessible by public transport: From Seefeld railway station and the other towns in the Olympic region, there are regional ski buses to the Rosshütte cable cars in winter. In the summer months, you can walk from Seefeld railway station to the starting point to the alpine hut in just under twenty minutes. The car park at the transformer station (signpost Ichtyolwerk) offers enough parking spaces for car drivers, in winter there are separate parking facilities for ski tourers and skiers. For the ascent, you then only have to choose between comfortable forest paths or the Rosshütte cable cars. Twice a week the Leutascher Alpenexpress also runs directly to the alpine pasture.