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The Ropferstub´m is located right at the foot of the Hohe Munde mountain at the entrance to the Leutasch valley.
The cosy Landgasthof Roferstubm is situated directly at the foot of the Hohe Munde and lines the entrance to the picturesque Leutasch Valley. Hungry hikers and (e-)bikers are served home-style Tyrolean cuisine and freshly tapped refreshments on the spacious sun terrace all year round. There is also a Kneipp facility for cooling off and health, and a small mountain farming museum provides fascinating facts about life in the Alps. The excellent cuisine is famous for autumnal Törggelen, home-made blueberry pancake and freshly caught fish from the Leutasch river.
On prior request, up to 20 people can stay overnight in the rustic Landgasthof Ropferhof in an exclusive, secluded location - but Mondays are closed. The charming flats were planned by renowned architects, realised in Tyrolean country house style using local materials and offer all the comforts that a pleasure holiday on a farm can currently only offer (including sauna and ski cellar).
LOCATION & ARRIVAL
The Ropferstubm can be reached directly by car via the Buchener Landstraße and offers sufficient free parking on site. Alternatively, you can reach the inn from Seefeld, Leutasch and Mösern on foot or by (e-)bike on beautiful gourmet routes. The Landgasthof Ropferstubm can also be easily reached by regional transport from the Buchener Höhe stop (from Leutasch or Seefeld) all year round. In winter, a popular panoramic cross-country ski trail runs directly past the inn. In the immediate vicinity, after a delicious stop for a bite to eat, there are also numerous panoramic trails for a digestive walk.
Day off: in summer monday and tuesday closed | in winter just monday day off (from 25.12. until 10.01. there is no day off)
Hot cuisine: from 11am - 9pm
Seating capacity: approx. 150
Further information: sun terrace with cash maschine, in summer: E-bike charging station and kneipp facility