An adventure in nature with all the senses

What would be hikingand cycling without a proper Alpine inn? Just ok, but only half as nice.


Get insights into the tradition of Alpine farming that is alive and well.

The clear, fresh mountain air, full of the buzzing of insects and the sounds of cow bells means a traditional snack tastes even better. You definitely ought to try local produce like bacon, cheese and milk, made by our Alpine dairy farmers with a great deal of passion and which they offer to you as refreshment.

Take a deep breath and soak up the ambience

In any event it is well worth pausing for thought along the path and devoting yourself to the unspoilt natural surroundings, the tranquillity and the mountain panorama. Mossy Alpine soils tempt you to enjoy a cosy lounge in the grass, shut your eyes briefly and be beguiled by the fragrance of the Alpine roses. Listen to the whistle of the marmots as they keep a close eye on who is coming along the path.

Hohe Tauern National Park Alpine lodge guide

An extensive information brochure detailing the Alpine inns, lodges, mountain guesthouses and useful hiking tips for your perfect experience in the mountains can be found here:

Hohe Tauern National Park Alpine lodge guide

Alpine inns and lodges in Fusch


Our tip for all mountain bikers and hiking enthusiasts!

Judendorfalm, Ponyhofalm


A managed Alpine inn offering little delicious items from our region.

Very well suited to stopping off for a break and enjoying some refreshments.


About the route itself:

  • 1400 metres altitude
  • Length around 4.5 kilometres
  • 12% average gradient
  • Very challenging
  • Walking time around 2 hours


Feriendorf-Hotel-Pension Ponyhof

Zeller Fusch 151

A-5672 Fusch Glocknerstraße

Tel: +43 6546 681 0



Starting point from Ferleiten cash desk.

Walking time around 20 minutes.


Opening times:

May: Weekends and public holidays

June to September:  from 11:30

Monday & Tuesday Closed.



Leni Embacher

Tel: +43 699 18164406


Open from mid-June to the start of October.

Walking time around 3 ½ hours



Antje Böchter

Zeller Fusch 83, Postfach 50

A-5672 Fusch Glocknerstraße

Tel: +43 664 9294989


Angerer Hochalm

  • 719 metres altitude
  • 8.7 kilometres
  • 8.9% average gradient
  • open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the summer


Specific features:


Wonderful views

Secluded route

Angerer Grundalm – open from Friday to Sunday 

Gradient: from 0.5% to 12%

Overall impression: very challenging; for expert mountain bikers




From the centre of Fusch proceed along the Glocknerstraße to Bruck – access on the right-hand side.




From very easy to very challenging


Tel: +43 664 4458333

Angerer Alm circuit

Starting point is the tourist office in Fusch, cross the Glocknerstrasse, cross Fuscher Ache, Achenweg, at Sulzbach farms proceed on the forest trail to the managed Angerer Alm. Head down on the Wiesenweg to Fusch.


  • 709 metres altitude
  • 13.9 kilometres
  • 5.1% average gradient
  • Inn open daily from 10.00 a.m. or on request
  • Walking time around 2 ½ hours



From Fusch town centre along the Glocknerstraße to the Großglockner - direct at the Ferleiten toll road.



Very easy  to challenging



Flat (ideal for children) up to 10.4%


Overall impression:

Scenically one of the loveliest bike routes, also suitable for less experienced mountain bikers.


Specific features:

Variety of Alpine flora - Orchids in Rotmoos, impressive views to 15 three-thousand metre mountains at the head of the valley, managed Trauneralm.

Tourist accommodation area in an Alpine inn which is over a hundred years old.



Hotel Lukashansl

Salzburger Straße 1

A-5671 Bruck Glocknerstraße

Tel: +43 6545 7458


Staffed inn. Open from July until the middle of September.

Walking time around 3 ½ hours.



Tel: +43 680 3064319


Bad Fusch snack station Grill & Craft

The Bad Fusch snack station Grill & Craft pampers you with traditional and home-made meals, using produce from the surrounding farms, as well as refreshing drinks. The contemporary Kneipp facilities, unbelievable views to the surrounding mountains and a children's play area invite you to stay for a while. Walking time around 2 hours.


From June to September daily opend at 11.00 a.m.



Bad Fusch snack station Grill & Craft

A-5672 Fusch Glocknerstraße

Tel: +43 660 6489499


Alpine inns and lodges in Bruck


Moosalm - Bruck – Gries area


Alpine inn providing panoramic views to the 3 Brüder, Wiesbachhorn and Kitzsteinhorn at 1533m altitude.



By car from Gries (Hohenwarter bakery) in Griesergraben to the head of the valley. 1 km on forest road and then via the new Moosalmsteig 007 and Ameisenweg to the Moosalm Adamhütte in 1 hour 15 minutes.

Variant 2: Ascent from St. Georgen to the Palfenhof. 1 hour 15 minutes ascent on a forest trail, later on the hiking trail.


Specific features:

  • Altitude 1533m
  • long-distance hike to the Hundstein (2 hours)
  • cosy hut in all weathers
  • sensational panorama
  • deckchairs
  • ant trail
  • Moosalmsteigerl 007
  • at the Hohe Tauern National Park Panorma Trail
  • public mountain bike trail
  • Group celebrations (weddings, birthdays, company celebrations, Xmas parties, …) up to 70 people in two linking snugs
  • Alpine cuisine
  • Wine list with top wines and champus
  • Large apartment with panoramic views for up to 8 people



Christian Zehentner + Markus Hackl

Moosalm 1

5662 Bruck Glocknerstraße

Tel Christian: +43 664 4001887

Tel Markus: +43 677 62490764



Kohlschnait Hütte

A 30 minute walk away, ascent also possible by car.

Adventure play area, farm with lots of animals, archery course.

Open from 11.00 from Wednesday to Sunday, and public holidays.



Kohlschnait - Hof

Niederhof 3

A-5662 Bruck Glocknerstraße

Tel: +43 6545 6112


Statzer Haus on the Hundstein

A summit Alpine lodge at 2117m altitude.

Accessible from Bruck via the Erlhofplatte or from Gries to the Moosalm in 3 - 4 hours.

Open from the end of May until the middle of October.



Familie Hasenauer

Tel: +43 664 1445952



Walking time: around 2 hours (from Grieser Graben up to the barrier (parking area) via the agricultural road to Moosalm – continuing via Tödling Grundalm to the managed Tödling Hochalm.

Any endeavours are rewarded with delicious snack platter, on which one item will definitely feature: aromatic, home-made Pinzgau mountain cheese from our local cheese dairy. You can also purchase original Pinzgau cheese, mountain cheeses and Almtilsiter, along with some speciality meats, from the 45 whey-fed Alpine pigs, and Angus beef (advance order).



Erlbergweg 94

5700 Zell am See
Tel: +43 664 5285354