Tirolerhaus

Open today  - 
08:00 - 17:30
Thursday, 07/29
08:00 - 17:30
Friday, 07/30
08:00 - 17:30
Saturday, 07/31
08:00 - 17:30
Sunday, 08/01
08:00 - 17:30
Monday, 08/02
08:00 - 17:30
Tuesday, 08/03
08:00 - 17:30
Wednesday, 08/04
08:00 - 17:30

In the middle of the impressive alpine pasture and skiing area of Ehrwald lies the rustic Tirolerhaus at 1,500 metres above sea level. Directly at the mountain station of the Ehrwald cable cars, the spacious alpine hut here offers everything a skier's, biker's and hiker's heart desires in summer (June to September) and winter (December to April, with childcare): a traditional Tuxerstube and a Tyrolean Jagdstube, a spacious sun terrace and even a seminar room for up to 120 people.

Franz, the host of the hut, takes care of the physical well-being of his guests all year round with hearty refreshments and knows all the hiking and excursion tips in the area. On tobogganing evenings in winter, the Tirolerhaus is open until 10 pm, otherwise always during the operating hours of the mountain railways. In summer, e-bikes can also be safely locked and charged at the hut, you just need to bring a suitable charger.

LOCATION & STARTING POINT
The approach to the Tirolerhaus is easily accessible on foot or by (e-)bike on comfortable gravel roads from the pay car park or the Salzbach/Gaistal regional bus stop. From the skiing area Ehrwald you can also reach the alpine hut comfortably via mountain railway.

SUMMER TOURS

  • Adlerweg. During the summer months, the scenic Adlerweg leads from the starting point in Leutasch along the Leutascher Ache through the alpine paradise in the Gaistal to Ehrwald on stage 16. On the way, there are several authentic alpine huts for a rest and refreshment stop.
    To the hike

  • Almtrail. Easy but long, scenic (e-)bike tour from Ehrwald through the picturesque Gaistal valley to the starting point at the Salzbach stream near Leutasch. From here, continue along the Leutascher Ache to Scharnitz. From Ehrwald to the end point of the trail tour, the route is almost exclusively downhill, with numerous alpine huts offering delicious refreshments along the way.
    To the bike tour