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Old Farmhouse in a quiet and beautiful seeting with sunbathing terrace and great views on the Nederkogl and Hochgurgl.
All day hot meals, traditional home cooking, snacks, speck, sugared pancakes, homemade sausages.
ALMZEIT focus: Snack time - at the quaint farmhouse nestling at 1.580 m serves hearty snack platters, sweet shredded pancakes and homemade sausages at the sunbathing terrace.
Summer: open from early June to late September
To Jausenstation Hochwald:
by car to the snack station or on foot from Sölden - Leite - Granstein - Hochwald, the trail from Gartach above Granstein to Hochwald has been updated in the summer of 2012 and is now in very good condition, altitude gain: 200 m, time: 3/4 h. Ascent with Giggijoch mountain gondola or by bus to Hochsölden and then along trail No. 35a Dr. Bachmann Weg - Peerler See - Alpe Granstein - Jausenstation Hochwald - Granstein - Sölden, time: approx. 3 1/2 h, altitude gain: 380 m
cycle trail Brück - Hochwald
Crossings: Peerler ridge above Lake Peerler See