Alpine Pasture Stories

What is life on an Alpine pasture hut actually like? Where do you get mouth-watering homemade butter and delicate artisan cheese? We’re telling you all this and more in our “Alpine Pasture Stories” to get you out there exploring these beautiful places!

by Irene Prugger in Arts & Culture

Alpine Pasture Stories: Falbesoner Ochsenalm in Stubaital Valley

This rewarding place was well worth a day hike; however, it is easily reached within a 1.5 hour walk. Falbesoner Ochsenalm Alpine Pasture Hut welcomes hungry trekkers with a mouth-watering array of foods that remind of Grandma, from homemade bread and butter to grey cheese, cured bacon, “Striezel” (a plaited yeast dough bun), butter milk…

5 min. Reading time
by Irene Prugger in Arts & Culture

Alpine Pasture Stories: Juifenalm in Lüsensertal Valley

En route to Juifenalm Alpine Pasture Hut you can hear the cows mooing, the hens clucking and the pigs grunting even before you arrive! This wonderful place high above Gries im Sellrain is filled with happy family life and animals. Which isn’t surprising, as this Alpine retreat is a working farm—and a true natural gem.…

5 min. Reading time
by Irene Prugger in Arts & Culture

Alpine Pasture Stories: Außermelang Alm in Wattener Lizum

Visiting Außermelang Alm Alpine Pasture Hut in the Tux Alps, chances are that you will carry more weight out than in. After all, the Alpine dairy at this chocolate box Alpine Pasture Village sells finest homemade specialties. Produced on premises, the handmade Wattental Alpine Cheese is one of the most sought-after Alpine cheeses and has…

5 min. Reading time


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