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Grabneralm Lodge

Grabneralm Lodge

At a short distance to Grabnerstein Peak

The Grabneralm Lodge – yet another beautiful feature of the Gesäuse! What makes it so special? Possibly the combination of several things: the Almlehrpfad Trail, countless goats and a lodge that is also known as the ‘Balcony of the Gesäuse’.

Grabneralm Pasture offers spectacular panoramic views of the Gesäuse in all its glory. It’s kind of difficult to decide which mountain range to look at first – sounds like there are worse places to live on earth, right? Eva and Gerhard, the hosts at Grabneralm Lodge can definitely confirm that. Gerhard is responsible for the delicious treats coming out of the kitchen while Eva takes care of the guests.

Always popular.

Grabneralm Lodge is popular with families. During the warmer months visitors start out from Buchauer Col and come up here by mountain bike. Eva and Gerhard make sure that everyone feels at home at the lodge. There’s a sun terrace, a campfire and a large room for private events, as well as new mattresses and comfy alpine-style rooms for dozing off.

Feel the mountains.

One of the classics in the Gesäuse is the hike from the parking lot at Buchauer Col to the lodge. If you need a little more you can continue to Admonter Haus Lodge or to the ‘flower mountain’, Grabnerstein. But let’s be clear: the pasture itself is also really inviting. Sitting there you can even see the goats passing by that provide the milk for the cheese dairy close by. Grabneralm pasture: a place to slow down and relax.

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