Panoramic views, top cuisine & more in around 24 huts
Hut guide in winter
Tirols Hochplateau is not only known for its wide range of mountain huts and alpine meadows in the summer but also for the numerous open mountain huts that provide unique moments surrounded by a dreamy mountain backdrop in the winter. Whether after a day of skiing, during an overnight stay, or following an extensive winter hike, a cozy hut atmosphere is guaranteed. Moreover, the huts impress with panoramic views, culinary delights, hospitality, and a snow-covered landscape. Whether after skiing or sledding, with the whole family or just as a couple, for an overnight stay or to savor the most delicious Tyrolean dishes – these 24 huts fulfil every alpine wish!
Hochegg-Alm, Sonnenalm & Reitherjochalm
Hut tips for skiers & snowboarders
The Hochegg-Alm is located in the center of the Rosshütte Bergbahnen ski area, high above Seefeld—a hot tip for skiers and snowboarders in particular. Not only can you enjoy a fantastic view over the region on the large sun terrace, but also typical Tyrolean specialties.
The Sonnenalm in the Gschwandtkopf ski area also more than lives up to its name. The crackling fire in the rustic parlor lends an extra cozy mountain hut flair. On top of that, delicious local dishes—et voilà—moments of happiness are guaranteed!
The Reitherjochalm is also a great place for a relaxing stop-off after a speedy run down the slope. On the sun terrace, you can enjoy delicious refreshments and steaming hot drinks even more! Full and in a good mood, you can then head back down into the valley.
Katzenkopfhütte & Hämmermoosalm
Families and toboggan fans, take note!
Two and a half kilometers of tobogganing fun await on the Katzenkopf natural toboggan run, which starts high above Leutasch with a view of the Gaistal alpine paradise. The idyllic Katzenkopfhütte welcomes you once you reach the top, either comfortably by lift or on foot. Whether in the cozy parlor or on the panoramic sun terrace, here you can indulge in regional food and drinks.
In the middle of the Gaistal alpine paradise, the Hämmermoosalm welcomes all those who are traveling with small children or don't want to hike too far. With a two-kilometer route and an altitude difference of just 220 meters, this toboggan run is particularly attractive for the whole family. A delicious food and drink menu and a sun terrace reward everyone from young to old afterward!
Lottenseehütte & Poli’s Hütte
Hut tips along the cross-country trail
The original Lottenseehütte is located along the picturesque but challenging C11 cross-country ski trail between Seefeld and Mösern. The trail leads through impressive winter landscapes directly to the glistening Lottensee lake.
Poli's Hütte is also the perfect place for cross-country skiers to stop for refreshments. The A7 cross-country trail leads right past the hut. The small wooden hut, complete with a parlor and a cozy sun terrace, offers delicious cake variations as well as "hot apricots." Wondering what that is? Definitely give it a try! And if you're exploring the region without cross-country skis, you can easily visit both huts on foot.
Muggenmoos-Alm, Gaistalalm & Möserer Seestub’m
Stop off at a hut during a winter hike
The Muggenmoos-Alm is the place to be after an impressive and extensive winter hike through fairytale forests. Delicious specialties, tasty refreshments, and freshly roasted coffee are served here by the hut landlords on the sun terrace.
The Gaistalalm also has a cozy sun terrace with picturesque views of the snow-covered mountains.
Another tip for hiking enthusiasts is the Möserer Seestub'm. Here, you are invited to sit back, relax, and enjoy the local delicacies with savoury products!
Pleisenhütte & Landgasthof Ropferstub’m
Hut tips for all-round view revellers
The panorama from the Pleisenhütte at 1,757 meters is promising: from the Lechtal Alps to the Samnaun group, the Stubai Alps, the Wetterstein mountains, and the Karwendel, you can see all the mountain ranges. In this atmospheric setting, you can enjoy culinary highlights such as homemade venison goulash after a snowshoe tour on weekends.
The cozy Landgasthof Ropferstub'm also offers a unique panorama. Hungry hikers and exhausted cross-country skiers are welcome here to enjoy the sparkling Inntal panorama with a well-earned refreshment on the sun terrace.
Sportalm & Wildmoosalm
For those who enjoy socialising
In the cozy Sportalm, it's time to stop off and enjoy a warm get-together. Here, you can experience outstanding Tyrolean hospitality with passion and heart and soul—and indulge in traditional culinary delights! Savor homemade dishes, based on old Tyrolean recipes, in the rustic wooden parlor or on the panoramic sun terrace.
The rustic Wildmoosalm is also an insider tip if you long for a cozy get-together. Traditional desserts such as apple strudel are served here by the host himself.
Rauthhütte, Triendlsäge & Seewaldalm
Hut tips for culinary gourmets
The Rauthhütte, perched at the foot of the Hohe Munde, offers outstanding panoramic views over the entire valley and equally exceptional culinary delights. Already honored several times by the gourmet guide "Gault&Millau," the alpine hut impresses with typical Tyrolean home cooking made from fresh, regional products.
Culinary delights are also pre-programmed at the Landgasthaus Triendlsäge. Here, hungry visitors are treated to excellent Tyrolean cuisine — from savory snacks to fluffy Kaiserschmarrn pancakes.
The Seewaldalm is also a real insider tip among gourmets, as the hosts come from Italy and serve typical Italian pizza!
Wettersteinhütte & Hämmermoosalm
If you want to stay overnight
Original home cooking and an unrivaled panorama over the entire Tyrolean high plateau can be enjoyed with all your senses at the Wettersteinhütte in the mountains of the same name. Afterward, you can either sled back down into the valley or use the hut as a place to spend the night. The charming hut offers up to 35 beds in the cozy dormitory or the adjoining "Kuschlhittn." A night in the Alps is a very special experience here, with a crackling fireplace, colorful sunsets, and twinkling stars.
The authentic Hämmermoosalm, located at the beginning of the Gaistal valley, is also a hot tip for overnight stays in a mountain hut.
Easily accessible huts
Hut tips without hiking
Fortunately, you can easily reach around eight huts in the Seefeld region—some of them even by public transport, car, or just a few steps on foot. These huts do not lose any of their charm; quite the opposite: the Enzianhütte in Reith bei Seefeld impresses with a variety of specialties, delicious refreshments, and a spacious sun terrace with an idyllic panoramic location.
Poli's Hütte in Leutasch, the Landgasthof Ropferstub'm, and the Seewaldalm in Mösern, Sportalm, and Skialm in Seefeld, and the Lottenseehütte in the Wildmoos area are all directly accessible, and some also have parking facilities.
The Wildmoosalm is ideally accessible on foot, but also by Wildmoosbus (from June to October & from December to March). Another highlight: both the Wildmoosalm and the Lottenseehütte can be reached in a wildly romantic way by horse-drawn carriage!
Have you already found your favorite hut, or can't decide? The good news first: you don't have to!
Here in the Seefeld region, you can simply visit a different hut every day, just as the mood takes you. You can find even more inspiration, a list, and detailed descriptions of the more than 24 winter huts in the region here: Alpine pastures & huts in winter in the Seefeld region