Nürnberger Hütte

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Nürnberger Hütte
Created On: Sep 7, 2007
Last Edited On: Nov 21, 2008

On the Stubaital Hohenweg

The Nürnberger Hütte is one of several huts placed on the Stubaital Hohenweg, a trekking route going along the higher areas of the Stubaital valley (Tirol, Austria). It's placed on a rocky area at almost 2300 meters above sea level, three hours away from the main road in Stubaital.
The building is three storeys high and offers nice lodging in rooms for up to six people. Nice food, too, and rather good views over the neighbouring peaks (specially Östl-Feuerstein and Innere Wetterspitze)

How to get there? You must leave Innsbrück southwards, either on a public bus towards Stubaital or by your own car. Leave the Brennerpass highway at the Stubaital/Fulpmes exit (2 € toll) and keep driving along the valley for about 23 km. After crossing the small village of Ranalt, there's a parking lot left of the road. Call for the bus to stop or park your car and begin walking along the dirt road that starts on the parking area. After that, it's a simple enough matter: the dirt road arrives at B'such Alm (small chapel, restaurant) and a path continues south towards the hut.

External Links

Nürnberger Hütte: Contact information from the ÖAV official webpage