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Refuge Hochalm

Stulles/Stuls, Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs
2458 from Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria center of
Price on request

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Hay camp ( with own sleeping bag)
Max up to 1 guests
Room for 5 person
Room for 5 person
Max up to 7 guests
Max up to 1 guests
double room
Max up to 3 guests
Total price:
(incl. VAT)
* Price does not include tourist tax


  • Families
  • Coach tours
  • Cycling
  • Wellness
  • Hiking
  • Vegetarian menu
  • Snacks/Small dishes in-between
  • Bread delivery service
Hotel description
Starting point: Stuls/Stulles, village ¦ Stuls/Stulles, Morx Puite or parking area Hochegg ¦ Jaufenpass mountain pass, "Römerkehre" ¦ Timmelsjoch High Alpine Road ¦ Schneeberg Hiking trail number: 14 ¦ 14 ¦ 12a+12+15 ¦ 26 ¦ 31a+27+26 Difference in altitude: 860 m ¦ 630 m or 500 m ¦ 400 m (ascent) 200 m (descent) ¦ 700 m ¦ 683 m (ascent) 867 m (descent) Walking time: 2,5 hours ¦ 2 hours or 1,5 hours ¦ 4 hours ¦ 2,5 hours ¦ 4 hours Difficulty level: medium Opening hours summer: middle of May - end of October Closing day: none Opening hours winter: on request Accommodation - recharging station for electric bikes

About the region

In Meran and Environs, you might just feel as if you visited an entire continent on holiday. Vineyards and 3,000 m peaks, palm trees and Alpine roses, and mountain farm houses with contemporary architecture, the list of contrasting aspects is as impressive as the myriad opportunities available on holiday here.

Meran and Environs is a region of contrasts. The craggy, impressive 3,000 m peaks of the Texelgruppe, the largest nature park in South Tyrol/Südtirol, form the backdrop of Meran, a city boasting Mediterranean flair, a grand spa and imperial pomp & circumstance. Don’t be surprised to see apples, wine, and even palm trees growing behind the protective wall formed by the Texelgruppe range. Variety, stemming from the fertile climate, makes holidays in Meran and Environs so intriguing. Head shopping or stroll the side streets. The city’s arches and Mediterranean flair will leave an impression, but so too will the magnificent views and natural beauty of the Texelgruppe peaks that beckon you to set out and explore during a hike along the Meran High Mountain Trail (Meraner Höhenweg). In the valleys of Ultental and Passeiertal, rural landscapes, old mountain farm houses and untouched nature invite you to explore another world. The sheer variety of Meran and Environs is also reflected in the architecture. View centuries-old castles and forts as well as contemporary architecture coexisting side by side.

Frequently asked question about Refuge Hochalm

This kind of information is not available at the moment.

Room options at Refuge Hochalm are:

  • double rooms
  • four bed rooms
  • Refuge Hochalm serves no breakfast.

    Refuge Hochalm is 2.46 Km from the center of Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria. All distances are measured in straight lines. Actual travel distances may vary.

    Refuge Hochalm has a restaurant.

    Refuge Hochalm has no pool

    Yes, Refuge Hochalm allows small pets.

  • Wellness
  • Handicapped accessible
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Small pets allowed
  • No, Refuge Hochalm is not offering the Südtirol Guest Pass.