The Götzner Alm is one of the most beautiful mountain huts in the area around Innsbruck. The hut is situated below Nockspitze mountain at an altitude of 1,542 metres above sea level and is a popular location among hikers and mountaineers, as well as a challenging destination for mountain bikers. The Götzner Alm is one of only a few mountain huts in the local area that still produces its own milk, butter and Graukäse (Tyrolean grey cheese) from the cows grazing in its meadows and serves these delicacies to guests.
In summer, there is a terrace with space for 60 people and a comfortable shelter that is perfect for relaxing on cooler summer evenings. The hut also has a playground for children.
How to get to the Götzner Alm
The Götzner Alm is a 30 minute hike from the mountain lift station of the Muttereralmbahn. From the village of Götzens, the route takes one and a half hours and the hike from the village’s mountain farms is about an hour. Another option is to take the Birgitzköpfllift chairlift from Axamer Lizum followed by a 40 minute hike from the mountain lift station to the restaurant.
The Götzner Alm is also sometimes open in winter for skiers and tobogganers (toboggan run).
from friday to sunday 10 am - 8 pm
from 1st July from tuesday to sunday