Delicious food surrounded by the beauties of the Paznaun Valley

Picturesque huts and pastures in the mountains of Kappl

hustle and bustle? Then the mountain huts of Tyrol are the perfect place for you! After all, there’s no better place to enjoy a delicious Germknödel dumpling filled with plum jam and doused with melted butter, don’t you think?

The trademark of every mountain hut: plaid curtains, wooden shutters and an unrivalled mountain pasture atmosphere. The mountain huts and inns of Kappl are a great choice for cosy skiing or hiking breaks. Simply follow the smell of delicious food and let yourself be spoiled by the open-hearted hosts! 

Edmund Graf Hütte

Edmund-Graf-Hütte mountain lodge

Edmund-Graf Hütte lies at the foot of the Hohen Riffler in the Verwall group in the district of Kappl and you can hike...

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Niederelbehütte

Niederelbehütte mountain lodge

Niederelbe Hütte at 2300m sits enthroned high above Kappl, and along with its impressive views to the Verwall group,...

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Kiosk

Sunny Mountain Experience Gastronomy

The options in the Sunny Mountain Adventure Park are sheer endless. No doubt that with so many activities in the great...

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Alpengasthof Dias Winter

Alpine Inn Dias

Peace and relaxation are way up on your holiday list? Then the mountain world of the Paznaun and the picture-perfect...

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Spidur Alpe

Spidur Alpe alpine pasture

Spiduralpe (2.120 m) lies nestled in the gentle mountain pastures above the tree line, below the Peziner Spitze...

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Langesthei Alm

Langesthei Alm

Langestheier Alm is a welcome place to stop-off for refreshments (please enquire in the information office in Kappl...

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Untere Sesslad Alpe

Sessladalpe

Sessladalpe is steeped in tradition and is located at some 1900m altitude, around an hour’s walk from the Dias...

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Alpe Visnitz

Visnitz Alpe alpine pasture

Visnitz Alpe at 1.822m is located in a peaceful lateral valley and the route there proceeds initially through a shady...

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Almstüberl Winter

Almstüberl mountain lodge

You have covered countless kilometres of slopes and your legs are getting tired? Then it’s high time you stopped by...

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