Mountain Huts in South Tyrol

Whether tucked away in the forest at 1,500 m above sea level or just below a bizarre mountain peak at over 3,000 m, South Tyrol’s 90 rustic mountain huts provide overnight accommodation as well as a hearty meal to help hikers recover after a long day on the mountain. Tip: try Brettlmarende, a snack consisting of meat, cheese and bread.

Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm

Sasso Piatto

Hiking and enjoying in our Plattkofel Refuge. An ideal starting point for great hiking and...

Val Venosta/Vinschgau

Rifugio Serristori

The Düsseldorfer Hütte is on 2.721m. From there you can start to many peaks round the hut....

Alta Badia

I Tablá

Our sunny terrace and the furnished heat of the stube give the possibility to pass beautiful...

Bressanone/Brixen and environs

Albergo Gasthof Rossalm

Hearty and juicy or light and healthy – the dishes prepared by the kitchen staff at the...

Val Venosta/Vinschgau

Alpine Hut K 2

The alpine hut K 2 is located at Solda/Sulden and reachable by the Langenstein/Orso chair lift.

Three Peaks Dolomites


A very nice hut in the middle of the Mountain.

Brunico/Bruneck and environs


The Refuge Rieserferner (2,792 m) is located in the homonymous impressive mountain range and is an...

Bressanone/Brixen and environs

Schutzhütte Kreuzwiesenalm

The renovated and rustic hut with possibility to sleepover and the tipical kitchen. Open...

Alta Badia

Ütia Col Pradat

Situated above the Edelweisstal, at the foot of Mount Sassongher you will find this small jewel...

Dolomites Val Gardena

La Ciajota

Hut at the entrance to Vallunga, homemade pastries

San Vigilio Dolomites

Refuge & alpine Guesthouse Pederü

In Guesthouse Pederü we look after your wellbeing – of course also from a culinary point of...

Merano/Meran and environs

Merano Alpine Hut

The Merano Alpine Hut was build by the Alpine Club South Tyrol in the year 1970. It has a large sun...

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