Delicious Cooking & Culinary Pathway
Total enjoyment at 1,880 m

Our home-style local specialties are prepared exclusively from staples and high-quality ingredients supplied by area farmers.

Which means, though it might take a few minutes longer to prepare your meal in our kitchen, treating all of those precious foods in just the right way is something that is very, very important to us.

"Locally-rooted foods provide an anchor for the region; they relate to the soil, the plants, the animals, and to the people as well. Without local foods, we lose an important, healthy source of energy. Food provides life and purpose, and it stimulates a sense of community."

Local Foods & Hut Breakfasts

Let's face it, it feels good to become one with the countryside. It makes sense, after all: Don't we feel at our best when we do that which is in our very nature?

The nature of Zillertal awakens our love for life. Which in turn is bound to work up an appetite!

We treat you to a selection of local Zillertal favorites including cheesy Zillertal spätzle noodles, Tyrolean-style hash, snack platters, Kaiserschmarrn-style pancakes, Melchermuas, buttermilk, ...

TIP: Throughout the summer and winter, we also treat you to a hut breakfast here on the mountain, made exclusively with homemade products!  

Our Milk

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The fresh milk from hay-fed cattle, which is used in our kitchen to produce hot chocolate, homemade vanilla sauce, as well as for cooking, is supplied by the cows at the Hundsbichl, a farm with a very long tradition. At our hill farm located at 1,270 m above sea level, our Simmental cattle are allowed to spend their own "summer holidays" grazing up on the high pastures. The Zillertal Dairy processes our raw milk into an array of delicious dairy products, which we then prepare for your enjoyment in our kitchen.

Mountain breakfast with regional products

Traditional Dishes ...

"Melcher Muas" is a traditional food prepared by dairymaids and hill farmers at mountain huts. The ingredients include butter, flour, milk, salt and, on the side, "Grant´n"(lingonberry jam). At the Kreuzwiesenalm, this typical hill-country dish is also served in the pan. 

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