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The small Wangalm in the Gaistal below the Gehrenspitze captivates with its original cosiness and authentic alpine economy at 1,751 metres above sea level. From mid-May to mid-October, hostess Martina Klotz serves hungry hikers and (e-)bikers hearty Tyrolean delicacies and cool refreshments on the sun terrace or in the wood-panelled guest room. When the summer evenings get long and cosy, you can spend the night at the Wangalm in two- to four-bed rooms or a traditional bed camp. A playground and lush alpine meadows with numerous sheep, cattle and horses await big and small children upstairs, while climbing enthusiasts can climb varied routes in the rock not far away. If you come by e-bike, you can charge the battery on the mountain pasture, but you have to bring a suitable charger.
During the warm summer months, up to 38 people can stay overnight at the authentic refuge. A traditional mattress dormitory for 21 people as well as two four-bed rooms and one double room are available as alpine sleeping facilities. A hut sleeping bag is a prerequisite for the night's lodging, so please book in good time.
The Wangalm is only a short distance from the Wettersteinhütte and also shares well-signposted ascent routes: From the Stupfer car park, for which a charge is made, or the Leutasch Salzbach/Gaistal regional bus stop, you can reach the charming alpine hut either on foot via steep steep paths and forest tracks or by (e-)bike via a newly developed cycling route in a sporty and challenging manner.