Welcome to the Stubai farmers!
Experience an unforgettable holiday at the Stubai farmers.
Enjoy the family atmosphere and allow us to spoil you with Stubai delicacies and Tyrolean specialities.
A varied schedule near Fulpmes and Telfes awaits your entire family at the Alm adventure day at Galtalm. Participants can even select which programme parts they want to join.
With the first lift we head up to the Froneben intermediate station of the Schlick. From there the hut taxi takes you to the Galtalm from 9 am. Here you will be pampered with a gourmet's breakfast with homemade Alm produce, such as milk, butter, curd cheese, etc.
Costs of the Alm breakfast including transfer:
€ 15 per adult, children up to age 5 - free of charge
€ 7.50 per child up to age 10
€ 12 per child up to age 15
Number of participants: 20 people max.
Dates: Every Sunday, from May to October.
Registration with the Damelerhof by Friday afternoon at the latest.
You might have heard of Karl Valentin, who once asked the question whether the word was “Semmelknödel or Semmelnknödeln”. This question will be no longer important, when Galtalm’s alpine farmer Ruth shows you, how to make delicious Tyrolean Knödel in several variants. Whether bacon, cheese or spinach, they will all be prepared at the large table outside the Alm house and then tasted. The participants of the dumpling seminar even get the recipes and can then try to cook them at home.
Costs of the dumpling seminar: € 5 per person
Number of participants: 3 people min., 15 people max.
Dates: Every Tuesday between 10.30 and 11.30 am, from May to October.
To a certain extent, this Alm hike is an extended stable tour, since the calves of Fulpmes spend their summer here. Kerstin of the Damelerhof accompanies her guests on the hike to the romantically situated Galtalm.
First, we take the cable car to Froneben intermediate station. After an hour’s walk, we reach the Alm, where Much, the farm’s host, farmer and hunter will welcome us with fresh spring water and freshly prepared bread with sour cream butter. He will show us his Alm and explain to us the seasonal work between the cattle drives in May and September.
Subsequently, we will stop here for lunch. The Galtalm is known for its original Tyrolean cuisine. After lunch, we continue via the reservoir lake and the Schlicker Scheibenweg (great fun for kids) back to the Froneben intermediate station. The hike can also be individually continued, e.g. up to Kreuzjoch and the viewing platform, to Schlickeralm or via Froneben or Vergör down to the valley on foot.
Meeting place: 10 am at the Schlick 2000 Valley Station
Costs: The Alm hike and the Galtalm tour are free!
Dates: Alm hikes take place in July and August.