Mountain Huts and Alpine: around Lake Hallstatt Goiserer hut (Goiserer Hütte) - © Stadlinger

Goisererhütte / Goiserer hut

High above the Goisern valley

Far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life is the Goisererhütte, located above Bad Goisern. Here you will find tranquillity to dream, reflect and cuddle - time for partners, children or good friends, in the midst of the unspoilt nature of the UNESCO World Heritage region of Hallstatt Dachstein Salzkammergut, with the wide Goisern valley at your feet. Located nearby is the Kalmooskirche, an interesting cave, where formerly the persecuted Protestants secretly worshipped.

The hut, which was built in 1933 was refurbished after eighty years in spring 2013 and now offers even more space for nature lovers and winter sports enthusiasts. On the menu are local produce and regional delicacies.

One night in the hut!

Atmospheric night in an Alpine hut high above the Goisern valley. For those wishing to experience the glorious colours of the setting sun with a colourful mix of deep reds and rich orange, we recommend a "night in the Goiserhütte": Round off the day in the evening with a glass of beer or wine on the cosy terrace. What better way to end an eventful hiking day around Lake Hallstatt.

Goiserer Hut

BergeSeen Trail Stage 10

Hiking to the Goisererhütte

Goiserer Hut

BergeSeen Trail Stage 10

Hiking begins with the first step

Fancy a holiday with a difference? Backpacking and at one with unique landscape? Footloose and fancy free? Timeless and carefree? Then why not take one of the many long distance trails that lead through the holiday region around Lake Hallstatt in Austria. One of the most beautiful long distance trails is the “SalzAlpenSteig” between the romantic Lake Hallstatt and the ‘Bavarian Sea’ - Lake Chiemsee. The long distance hiking trail takes you through the most beautiful corners of the UNESCO World Heritage region of Hallstatt Dachstein Salzkammergut: Over scenic hiking trails, rustic mountain huts, with unforgettable panoramic views. And who knows? Maybe we'll bump into each other? On the “SalzAlpenSteig” between Hallstatt and Lake Chiemsee in Germany.

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