Schönwieshütte Hut (2,270 m)

Schönwieshütte Hut (2,270 m)

Picturesque Schönwieshütte is embedded in the "Gurgler Kamm" UNESCO Biosphere Park where you can also find Obergurgl's famous, 300-year old Stone Pine Forest.

The hut's lovely sunbathing

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Mountain Hut/Pasture - Schönwieshütte Hut (2,270 m)

Picturesque Schönwieshütte is embedded in the "Gurgler Kamm" UNESCO Biosphere Park where you can also find Obergurgl's famous, 300-year old Stone Pine Forest.

The hut's lovely sunbathing terrace is maybe the best place to admire the awe-inspiring stone pine forest!

Summer: mid June - early October (depending on weather conditions), no closing day
Winter: mid February, 3 times a week

  • Cycling Routes

  • Hiking Routes

Cycling Routes Time Distance Change in altitude
Langtalereckhütte Hut (11) 1.4 h 13.66 km 560 m
Hiking Routes Time Distance Change in altitude
Hangerer 3.3 h 5.41 km 1000 m
Hochwildehaus 4.0 h 10.58 km 1020 m
Langtalereckhütte 2.3 h 6.72 km 530 m
Schönwieshütte 1.3 h 3.33 km 360 m

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