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The Götzner Alm mountain farmhouse is one of the most scenic Alpine huts in the Innsbruck area.
It can be found below “Nockspitze” mountain in the Götzens area, at an altitude of 1,542 metres above sea level. This mountain farm with restaurant is a popular destination for hikers, mountaineers and families – in both summer and winter alike.
During the summer, guests can enjoy the terrace in front of the hut, which has space for about 60 people, or the cosy cabin for those slightly colder summer evenings when you still want to sit longer. There is also a playground for kids who still have energy to burn after their hike.
A paved road leads from the centre of the village (868 m) to the mountain farms. A forest path then continues through the woods, at a continous incline, to the Götzner Alm (1,542 m). Duration: approx. 2 hours. From there, a forest path leads to the Muttereralm (1,608 m). Duration: approx. 30 minutes. The trip down to Mutters can be done on foot or by cable car.
Without cable car: 3.5 hours
With cable car: 2.5 hours
Suggested places to stop:
Mutterer Senn Alm
Traditional alpine cattle drive
The cows come down from the mountain pastures
The “Almabtrieb” in Götzens is a traditional alpine cattle drive and a special highlight that shouldn’t be missed.
At the end of each summer, the cows are colourfully decked out with flowers, elaborate wreaths, twigs and ribbons before being brought down to the valley from the mountain pastures. This journey is usually celebrated until late in the night with music and Tyrolean delicacies.
We invite you to celebrate with the local farmers and other guests.