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Steinplatte is not only known for its stunning views and long list of outdoor-activities. It also offers a large selection of traditional restaurants and mountains huts that will leave your taste buds screaming with joy. The hospitality among the restaurants is something very special!

Stallenalm

Stallenalm

Tyrolean home cooking at its best. The Stallenalm is a rustic mountain hut, which offers a large sundeck and is easily accessible from the Steinplatte parking lot. The hut is a lovely place to stop off on your visit. It is also a popular venue for weddings and other events throughout the year.

Telephone: +43(0)5353/5825
Owners: Zardini Family

Grenzstadl

Grenzstadl

The Schirmbar is the perfect place for you stop over while skiing. Quickly you will find your favorite spot and can relax. While enjoying excellent food and drinks ist easy to relax and chat and make plans for the next runs on the slope.

If the weather is nice you might aswell get some sun tan on the sunny terrace. In summer its closed.

Möseralm

Möseralm

This is one place you do not want to miss. If the stunning panoramic view from the sundeck doesn’t win you over, it will be the traditional home cooking. Located in the so-called „Dreiländereck“ where Tyrol, Salzburg and Bavaria meet, the hut is open all summer long. They are especially known for their homemade cakes.

Telephone: +43(0)5353/52473
Tenant: Weisleitner Family

Berghaus Kammerkör

Berghaus Kammerkör

Something for everyone. Known for its stunning views from both the restaurant and the sundeck, the Kammerkör kitchen offers a large selection of meals, so even the pickiest of eaters will find something to their liking. Throughout the summer there are live music acts and thanks to its closeness to the gondola, it is easily accessible for wheelchairs and prams.

Telephone: +43(0)5353/6316
Owners: Agricultural Community Kammerkör

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