Bernhardseckhütte, 1,812m

WHERE HEAVEN AND EARTH MEET

 

In the small pasture village of Bernhardseck in the Allgäu Alps a handful of pasture huts is picturesquely grouped around the biggest of them at an altitude of 1,800m – the Bernhardseckhütte, which has been serviced since the 1940ies. It was built by Leo and Paul Moll from 1938 to 1940 and has been owned by the family ever since. The scenic route to get there from Elbigenalp covers 760 metres of altitude gain in two to two-and-a-half hours. Impressive viewing points make the pasture a popular destination for hikers and ski mountaineers. It is possible to rent snowshoes for a hike around or up the Mute summit. Cosy double or multi-bed rooms offer accommodation for up to 50 hikers.

OUR WINTER TIPP

Touring night at the Bernhardseck Thursdays & Fridays from 5:00 p.m.
Transport to the hut possible