Löple Alm (1,924 m)

Löple Alm (1,924 m)

Wonderful Löple Alm ranks among the oldest mountain huts in Sölden. Renowned for its quaint ambiance and the genuine hospitality of the hosts.

Traditional Tirolean delights are served in

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Mountain Hut/Pasture - Löple Alm (1,924 m)

Wonderful Löple Alm ranks among the oldest mountain huts in Sölden. Renowned for its quaint ambiance and the genuine hospitality of the hosts.

Traditional Tirolean delights are served in summer and winter alike. Our guests appreciate excellent plain cooking!

The mountain hut is easily accessible from Sölden, Hochsölden and Gaislachkogl middle station along a romantic pine forest trail – either on foot or on your mountain bike.

The famous E5 long-distance hiking route leads past the hut.

  • Cycling Routes

  • Hiking Routes

Cycling Routes Time Distance Change in altitude
Gaislachalm (644) 1.45 h 15.25 km 840 m
Hiking Routes Time Distance Change in altitude
Gaislachalm 2.3 h 16.59 km 1050 m
Löple Alm 1.15 h 5.93 km 620 m

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