OPEN

12.06. – 11.10.2020

The Edelrauthütte is located in the Pfunderer Mountains, one of South Tyrol’s most solitary regions. It is the starting point for alpine high-altitude hikes to the three thousand metre peaks of the Eastern Alps.

Since 1908, the refuge on the Eisbruggjoch has defied the mighty nature of the Zillertal Alps. In the summer of 2015, the old wooden hut was demolished and a new, innovative and energy self-sufficient refuge was built.

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Facts on 2.545m

The ascents

  • Ascent from Pfunders/Dun or Pfunders Gampielalm

  • Ascents from Lappach Neves Stausee or Lappach Zösen

  • Ascent to the summit of the Großer Möseler, Hoher Weißzint and Hochfeiler

  • Base on the Pfunderer Höhenweg

Find hikes around the Edelrauthütte

The refuge

  • Energy self-sufficient refuge

  • 4-bed, 6-bed, 8-bed rooms and a small dormitory.

  • Restaurant with large viewing windows

  • Terrace with panoramic benches and lots of free space

PRICES

OVERNIGHT STAY

30/Day and adult
  • CHILDREN UNDER 15 RECEIVE A 50% DISCOUNT
  • Children and teenagers receive a 50% discount on the overnight price.
  • Own sleeping bag is mandatory!
  • Disinfectable overlays on the beds and daily disinfection of the rooms.

BREAKFAST

14/Day and adult
  • CHILDREN UNDER 15 RECEIVE A 50% DISCOUNT
  • A mountain breakfast, just as active people need it. With products from the Pustertal of your choice.
  • From 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
  • Choose from different Southtyrolean products!

HALF BOARD

32/Day
  • BREAKFAST AND DINNER MENU
  • Mountain breakfast in the morning and 3-course menu in the evening.
  • You can let us know whether you opt for our half board when you arrive at the Edelrauthütte.
  • The overnight stay is not included in the price.

KIDS

STAY OVERNIGHT FOR FREE

Would you like to experience the mountains with your children and stay overnight in a family room? Then you are exactly right with us. Because it is not always easy for families in this summer, we have a special offer for you. With two full-paying adults, children stay in their parents’ room free of charge from the 2nd day of stay and breakfast is also free!

The offer is valid in June and July from Monday to Thursday.

YOUR DOG

LOVES HIKING?

You are welcome to bring your dog to the Edelrauthütte, provided that he likes people and other animals. Please call us in any case and ask for room availability. For cleaning the room and because we cannot put any more hikers in your room, we charge 20 Euro per night.

Please call us in advance if you bring your dog with you!

Ask for availability by mail

COVID 19

Information for your safety

EATING

  • Pay attention to our separate entrance and separate exit.

  • In the toilets and at the entrances you will find washing and disinfection facilities. Please take a laundry bag with you and put wet clothes in your rucksack. In this way you can take care of the health of your fellow guests.

  • Unfortunately we cannot reserve any tables for you, please be patient!

  • We pay attention to sufficient distance between our guests. So it may be that you do not get a place in the Stube, but in an alternative room. Have understanding!

  • On the terrace and in the Stube, larger tables are safely separated by Plexiglas panels.

  • If you prefer to avoid rooms and people, you can have your food delivered in picnic boxes and use mobile tables to keep a sufficient distance or sit in the mountain meadows.

SLEEPING

  • A sleeping bag is absolutely mandatory! Please bring your own.

  • Bring your own pillow! In this summer you will not find any in the rooms for hygienic reasons.

  • Bring your own towel!

  • Bring enough change clothes with you. For reasons of hygiene, please pack wet garments yourself. The drying rooms cannot be used this summer.

  • You will find additional covers in the room if required.

  • We disinfect all rooms daily.

  • In all rooms you will find special overlays on the beds, which are also disinfected daily.

  • If you feel ill or have a cold, then stay at home! We are obliged to carry out temperature checks and must report hikers with high temperatures to the health authorities, isolate them or have them brought down to the valley.

BIS BALD!