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In the heart of nature

Alpine cuisine at the mountain huts of Styria

Early in the morning, the mountain huts of Styria are already buzzing with life. Fresh milk is processed into creamy butter and tasty cheese. From the oven wafts the irresistible smell of crusty farmer’s bread. At some huts, the hosts even cure their own bacon.

If you’re looking for pure taste without artificial additives, look no further than the mountain huts in the green heart of Austria. Enjoy Styrian hospitality and splendid views of the surrounding mountain world.

It’s easy to unwind and enjoy life at the mountain huts of Styria. Austria’s greenest province boasts about 1,900 alpine pastures and huts, spread across a total surface of 46,000 hectares. They are surrounded by a national park, seven nature parks, one UNESCO biosphere park and more than 40 Natura 2000 Europe protected areas. And did you know that Naturpark Almenland nature preserve in East Styria is one of Europe’s largest contiguous alpine pasture areas?

Where there are alpine pastures, there are mountain huts – so come in and enjoy the heartfelt hospitality of the Styrian hosts!

Styria boasts plenty of opportunities to hike from hut to hut and from one alpine treat to the next.

Culinary delights at the alpine pastures of Styria

The “Kulinarium Steiermark” huts serve top-class delicacies ranging from classic Kaspressknödel soup to exquisite specialties such as char terrine or venison ragout.

Our tip: The “Kulinarium Steiermark” huts follow the ten “enjoyment rules” of the "Kulinarium Steiermark" partners. These revolve around authentic cuisine, regional ingredients and creative Styrian dishes. 

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  • Schladming-Rohrmoos-Pichl


Directly at the romantic Duisitzkar lake.
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Hallerhaus_outside_Eastern Styria | © Hallerhaus
  • Pinggau


The Hallerhaus is a cozy snack station in the middle of the forest.
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Großebenhütte im Sommer_Außenansicht | © Steirischen Rucksackdörfer
  • Hirschegg-Pack


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  • Trofaiach


The Hirnalm is a rustic alpine hut where you can get one or the other Styrian delicacy. 
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Schirchlerhütte | © Michael Mauthner
  • Bad Schwanberg


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Bergbauern Lackneralm | © Stefan Leitner
  • Landl

Bergbauern Lackneralm

One hut, two names and lots of viewsNature lovers of all kinds get together at the weekends. Then they hike to the cosy...
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Grazerhütte in winter, Tauplitzalm
  • Tauplitz


Cozy hut located on the hiking route of the six lakes on the Tauplitzalm. Recharge your batteries in summer as well as...
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Rabl-Kreuz cottage_from outside_Eastern Styria | © Tourismusverband Oststeiermark
  • Waldbach-Mönichwald

Rabl Kreuz cottage

Welcome to the Rabl Kreuz hut in Waldbach-Mönichwald with a wonderful view at 1350m above sea level.
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  • Naturpark Sölktäler


Nature Park Sölktäler
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Scheiblalm-Hohentauern-Murtal-Steiermark | © Erlebnisregion Murtal
  • Hohentauern

Scheibelalm - Family Rössl

The Scheibelalm is a managed hut at 1,917 metres and lies northwest of Pölsen!
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Sennhütte am Herrenboden | © TV Hochsteiermark / Brigitte Digruber
  • Mariazell

Sennhütte am Herrenboden

Welcome to the hut on Herrenboden at approx. 1.500 m!
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Edelweißhütte_from outside_Eastern Styria | © Edelweißhütte
  • Fischbach

Edelweißhütte Waldtonialm

The Edelweißhütte is an alpine hut in the Fischbacher Alps.
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Certified alpine cuisine

What do the mountains taste like? They taste like authenticity, a sense of belonging, indulgence and variety. This is certified by the Austrian Alpine Association’s “So schmecken die Berge” (taste of the mountains) quality seal. It is bestowed on mountain huts and restaurants that serve alpine specialities that are as local and regional as can be and come from ecological mountain farming. The following mountain huts in Styria carry the quality seal:

Respecting grazing cattle  

Grazing cattle is a common sight on the alpine pastures of Styria. Please respect the animal’s feeding grounds and the fact that they are a part of Austrian mountain life.

Picturesque alpine pasture hikes in Styria

Hike across alpine meadows in bloom, let your thoughts run free, soak up the sun and enjoy local delicacies at a mountain hut. The alpine pastures in the green heart of Austria invite you to relax and unwind.