Nürnberger Hut

2,297 metres above sea level

Welcome to our traditionally styled mountain hut, built in 1886 surrounded by impressive glacier striations. Our cosy dining rooms are the ideal place to spend a pleasant evening. Prepare to be treated to our cuisine made from local and home-grown products. Enjoy our ‘Marende’ or a piece of home-made cake on our sunny terrace with its newly constructed verandah. Accommodation is in spacious and comfortable bedrooms and dormitories. There are lots of worthwhile destinations nearby, providing a wide-ranging programme of activities for the whole family, either for one-day or multi-day hikes. Natural stone and rock face for bouldering, two climbing parks, a via ferrata, zip-line, the ‘Paradise’ high moorland and spectacular views from the Mairspitze panoramic summit at 2,780 m, Freigersee and Wilder Freiger at 3,418 m..

from 16.06.2023


The hut was built in 1886 with 8 dormitories, has been extended four times, and since 1960 it has about 57 beds plus about 76 sleeping spaces in dormitories. In 2013/14 the hut underwent technical modernisation. Nevertheless, it has retained its historic character.The four dining rooms offer seating for 130 guests. There’s plenty of room for everyone to enjoy a wonderful evening in the hut. From time to time, the landlord and his team provide musical entertainment.Our comfortable new terrace is the ideal place to enjoy the sun. In an extension building, you will find a bouldering wall, a ping pong table and a seating area. In and around the hut there are lots of opportunities for young and old to play.In 2013/14, we added both a new sewage treatment facility and a hydroelectric power plant. When the weather is cold, the hut is kept warm at all times, the enlarged drying room does its name justice and our five showers are always reliable.

Accommodation prices for Alpine Club members

Beds- from 19 Years € 20,-
Beds - 7-18 Years (just with parents) or youth leader € 11,-
Beds - Children until 6 Years (just with parents) € 7,-
Twin bed room - addition € 8,-
Dormitory- from 26 Years € 15,-
Dormitory - 19-25 Years € 11,-
Dormitory 7-18 Years € 7,-
Dormitory - Children until 6 Years free

Accommodation prices for non-Alpine Club members

Beds - from 19 Years € 33,-
Beds- 7-18 Years (just with parents) or youth leader € 24,-
Beds - Children until 6 Years (just with parents) € 20,-
Twin bed room - addition € 8,-
Dormitory - from 26 Years € 28,-
Dormitory - 19-25 Years € 24,-
Dormitory 7-18 Years or youth leader € 20,-
Dormitory - Children until 6 Years free

Important price information:

  • Half-board € 42,- / € 34.- Children born 2011-2023 (without overnight accommodation)
  • Lunch package € 8,00
  • Backpack transport: 6,50 € per piece of luggage. Prerequisite is a prior arrangement by telephone and appointment. There can be one transport per hour, limited to 230 kg. We assume no liability for self loading.
  • The Alpine Club sleeping bag requirements are mandatory.
  • Unfortunately, we are unable to guarantee reservations for double bedrooms. Thank you for your understanding. Your booking requirements will be honoured as best possible.



The Stubai High Trail is a "black classified" mountain trail and due to its often narrow and exposed paths, which sometimes have easy climbing passages, is generally not suitable for dogs.
Therefore, every dog owner should decide for himself whether his four-legged friend is up to the demands of this high-altitude trail.

For guests traveling with dogs, the following uniform regulations apply to all eight Alpine Club huts on the Stubai High Trail:

  • Dogs are accepted only after timely advance notification, subject to availability of appropriate accommodation.
  • Per dog and night at least EURO 10,00 will be charged (without food)
  • Dogs are not allowed in the camps/beds or on blankets. A suitable dog blanket must be brought by the guest.
  • The stay of dogs in the guest rooms can be denied at any time.
  • In and around the huts as well as on the entire Stubai High Trail leash is mandatory!
  • We advise against securing the dog directly to the dog owner by means of a harness.

For a harmonious and relaxed coexistence on the huts as well as our paths these regulations are essential and we ask for your understanding!

Your hut hosts from the Stubai High Trail

Nürnberger Hütte
DAV Nürnberg
6167 Neustift