Did you see that rock? It's perfect for climbing up! And that bird over there? My new best friend. And isn't that creek just made for skipping stones? A hike with children lets you see the mountains from a completely new perspective. Who cares about reaching the top - adventures are found everywhere, even when the sun has long since set and the stars feel close enough to pluck from the skies. The stomach filled with pancakes or pasta, it's off into bed, too tired even for a pillow fight. A mountain adventure with an overnight stay in an Alpine hut is an everlasting memory. The DAV recommends especially family-friendly huts - the 10 best are compiled here and just waiting for your next visit!
Untouched nature, crystal-clear mountain streams and clean mountain air - the reasons for hiking through the Gleirschtal are truly obvious. As a well-attainable daily destination, the Pforzheimer hut is also recommended for families. By the way, the landlady likes to serve her visitors with homemade specialties and cakes. In summer, overnight stays are also offered, either in private rooms or with other hikers in the hut. A smaller winter room is also available and a clear plus in the case of ski tours and snow walks.
With catering open: February to the end of April, June to the end of September.
Family-friendly rooms, easy hiking trails and a breathtaking panorama - the Sudetendeutsche Hütte will be remembered by children and adults for a long time. Both the approach to the hut, as well as most of the continuing routes to the surrounding three-thousanders are also suitable for children. The cozy family rooms with four to five beds are a real treat after the long day of hiking, but they should definitely be booked in advance as the cabin is very popular in summer!
The cabin is managed from the end of June to the middle of September, but the winter room in the basement is also open outside these times.
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From the Friesenberghaus, which is located at an altitude of 2,498 meters, you have an impressive view of the mountain panorama and the Friesenbergsee in the valley. The refuge with the solid stone masonry is family-friendly and bears the seal "Families welcome!"
Open from mid-June to late September.
The Saarbrücker Hütte is located at an altitude of 2,538 meters in front of an impressive mountain panorama. Here visitors of all ages come into contact with nature. From the high mountain hut you have a beautiful view of the rugged mountains, which are partly covered by glaciers. A special adventure for families with children: in addition to the 31 rooms, there are 51 places in rustic mattress camps where you can spend the night.
Thanks to its proximity to the middle station of the Stubai Gletscherbahn, the Dresdner Hütte in the Stubai Alps is easy to reach even with smaller children. On the playground children can let off steam, while parents enjoy the beautiful mountain panorma on the terrace. The Dresdner Hütte offers accommodation for the whole family in cozy double or shared rooms. During the winter season, the Dresdner Hütte is accessible from the end of October to mid-May. In summer, the popular destination from the end of June to the end of September opens its doors to hikers.
The Neue Heilbronner Hütte is 2,320 meters high, but can still be reached on an easy hiking trail within two and a half hours from the parking lot on the Zeinisjoch. This is a great advantage, especially for families with children. If you want to stay overnight, you can choose one of nine rooms with a total of 40 beds.
Good food is available from 6 a.m., including many regional specialties. The Montafon Marend with jacket potatoes, bacon and cheese from the region is particularly tasty. The house is open from mid-June to early October.
Beautifully situated hut (2586m) on Lasörling-Höhenweg in the Panargenkamm next to the Bödensee. Accessible via various approaches: via the Troyer Almtal, the Dabertal, the Großbachtal, from the Lasnitzenhütte over the Micheltalscharte and from the Lasörlinghütte over the Lasörling-Höhenweg. The most famous peaks close to the hut are the Gösleswand, the Bachlenkenkopf and the Keeseck, which is reserved for mountaineers only.
The Olpererhütte is a high-end hut. There are great food, great sleeping places and above all: great views of the reservoir lake and the surrounding mountains. The hut is very populated, as here the Berlin High Trail crosses the long-distance trail Munich-Venice.
Especially beautiful is the suspension bridge just in front of the hut, which is a perfect vantage point.
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